• Scrovegni Chapel

    Piazza degli Scrovegni, 8 .

    The Scrovegni Chapel wai built in the early 1300s. It contais the most complete series of frescoes executed by Giotto, one of the most famous painter of 14th century.

    The Scrovegni Chapel is open from 9.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. all year round. We suggest to make the reservation until the day before the visit.


  • Prato della Valle

    Piazza Prato della Valle, 35121 .

    Prato della Valle is the largest square in Italy and one of the largest in Europe. The square is a large space with a green island at the center, called "Isola Memmia", surrounded by a small canal. The square is also bordered by two rings of statues.

  • University of Padua - Bo palace

    Via VIII Febbraio 2 .

    University of Padua was founded in 1222 as branch of the University of Bologna. It's one of the oldest university in the world. From 1493 Bo palace is the headquarters of university. Moreover the palace host the Anathomical theatre of Padua.

    The guided tour of Palazzo Bo includes the anatomical theatre, the Galileo Galilei’s Aula Magna, the Sala dei Quaranta (The “Hall of the Forty”) and the Aula di Medicina (where lectures on medicine were originally given).It can be visited from Monday to Saturday.

  • University of Padua - Botanical Garden

    Via Orto Botanico, 15, 35123 Padova PD, Italy .
  • Ragione Palace

    Piazza delle Erbe, 35100 Padova PD, Italy .

    Palazzo della Ragione is a medieval town hall. The building was completed in 1306.  The hall is decorated are  with allegorical frescoes. Very famous is the huge house situated in the center of the hall.

    The palace divides "Piazza delle Erbe" from "Piazza della Frutta". These two are important squares where usually take place open-air markets.

  • Basilica del Duomo e Battistero

    Via Dietro Duomo, 5, 35139 .
  • Venice

    Venice .

    Venice is reacheable in few minutes from Padua Central Railway Station. The train takes only 20 minutes!

  • Palazzo Zuckermann

    Corso Garibaldi 33 .

    Il Palazzo Zuckermann venne realizzato tra il 1912 e il 1914 su committenza del cavalier Enrico Zuckermann, importante industriale di quel tempo.

    Il Palazzo ospita al piano terra il museo delle Arti Applicate e al primo piano il museo Bottacin. Inoltre si può accedere al cortile dove sono conservati i resti delle vecchie mura della città.

    Si può visitare dal martedì alla domenica dalle 10.00 alle 19.00.