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Methis Hotel
Riviera Paleocapa 70
35141 Padua
7.7 / 10
Small Hotel Royal
Via Gattamelata 29
35128 Padua
7.2 / 10
Best Western Admiral
Via Vigonovese 90
35127 Padua
7.9 / 10
Sheraton Padova Hotel
Corso Argentina 5
35129 Padua
7.3 / 10
B4 Padova
Via San Marco 11/a
35129 Padua
7.3 / 10
Garibaldi
Via S. Marco 63
35100 Padua
6.8 / 10
Hotel Milano
Via Bronzetti 62
35138 Padua
6.9 / 10
Hotel Igea
Via Ospedale Civile 87
35121 Padua
7.7 / 10
Best Western Hotel Biri
Via Antonio Grassi 2
35129 Padua
7.6 / 10
Hotel alla Fiera
Via Ugo Bassi 20
35131 Padua
5.5 / 10
Hotel Sagittario
Via Randaccio 6
35129 Padua
Hotel Al Cason
Via Fra Paolo Sarpi 40
35138 Padua
8.2 / 10
Hotel Autostrada
Via San Marco 5
35129 Padua
Hotel Grand Italia
Corso Del Popolo 81
35131 Padua
8.0 / 10
Crowne Plaza Hotel PADOVA
VIA PO 197
35135 Padua
8.5 / 10
Hotel Al Fagiano
Via Antonio Locatelli 45
35123 Padua
8.0 / 10
Hotel Giotto
Piazzale Pontecorvo 33
35121 Padua
7.3 / 10
M14
M14
Via Acquette 9
35122 Padua
7.4 / 10
Hotel Patavium
Via Beato Pellegrino 106
35137 Padua
7.4 / 10
Hotel Europa Ristorante Zaramella
Largo Europa, 9
35137 Padua
5.4 / 10
AC Hotel Padova by Marriott
Via Prima Strada, 1
35129 Padua
7.9 / 10
NH Mantegna
Via Niccolo Tommaseo 61
35131 Padua
8.6 / 10
Hotel Giovanni
Via Terenzio Mamiani 17
35129 Padua
8.5 / 10
Langer House
Via Niccolo Tommaseo 50
35131 Padua
Hotel Ibis Padova
Corso Stati Uniti 14/B
35127 Padua
7.2 / 10
Accademia Palace Hotel
Via del Pescarotto 39
35131 Padua
8.1 / 10
Villa Italia
Via San Marco 51
35129 Padua
Corso
Corso del Popolo 2
35131 Padua
7.8 / 10
Hotel Plaza Padova
Corso Milano 40
35139 Padua
6.9 / 10

Padua: A Taste of Imitable Italy

With its medieval majesty, filigreed facades and vibrant youthful vibe, Padua couldn’t be more distinct from its Venetian neighbour. A diverse and dazzling cityscape confirms Italy’s imitable nature, and Padua, though less known than many of the boot’s tourism monarchs, offers visitors an alluring array of art and ancient architecture. Although a centre of fascist control during the Second World War, Padua has risen from it turbulent historical ashes like a phoenix and now glimmers with the shine of the prosperous present.

Decorated Delights

Hailed as Padua’s answer the Rome’s sublime Sistine Chapel, Capella degli Scrovegni is a veritable feast of venerated majesty. The Renaissance gem swirls with magnificent frescoes, all of which depict biblical figures in various states of address and were painted by artistic pioneer Enrico Scrovengi.

In typical Italian style, Padua’s principal church is truly breath taking; sharp turrets, portly domes and military statues combine in this architectural amalgamation that dates back to the 12th century. Nestled in the dazzling depths of the Treasury Chapel within is the revered tomb of St. Antony, a religious relic that attracts thousands of worshippers.

A Eclectic Collection

One of Padua’s most eclectic and enthralling cultural offerings is the Museum Labaratorio, an eclectic collection of scientific memorabilia that has been assembled by a retired professor. The teacher gives guided tours of this intriguing workshop.

For a more conventional collection, visit the Civic Museum in the city’s historical heart. A significant selection of important Italian and international artists are assembled in an artfully lit display.

The Zeal of Zaramella

Combine culture with cuisine by dining at the superb Zaramella Restaurant, an exquisite eatery in which regional culinary traditional is kept very much alive. An alluring atmosphere encompasses diners with its delightful aromas and ambient lighting, offering signature specialities such as hand rolled pasts and tender grilled steaks. (Largo Europa 9 35137 Padova, Italy)

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