• Basilica di S' Antonio

    Basilica di Sant'Antonio di Padova, Piazza del Santo, Padua, Province of Padua, Italy .

    The Pontifical Minor Basilica of Sant'Antonio di Padova is one of the main Catholic places of worship in the world.
    The Information Office of the Basilica del Santo meets the various and multiple information needs
    every day, 9.00 - 13.00 and 14.00 - 18.00
    Tel. (+39) 049 8225652

  • Cappella degli Scrovegni

    Cappella degli Scrovegni, Piazza Eremitani, Padua, Province of Padua, Italy .

    The Scrovegni Chapel is a former private chapel that has become a museum site located in the historic center of Padua and houses a well-known cycle of Giotto's frescoes from the early 14th century, considered one of the masterpieces of Western art.
    Call center number 049 20 100 20
    (working from Monday to Friday from 9 to 19 Saturday from 9 to 18, excluding holidays)
    The presale is compulsory.
    Reservations can be made up to the day before the visit by credit card.
    In order to make the payment in the other available methods, the reservation must be made by telephone and obligatorily at least three working days in advance of the date scheduled for the visit.
    The three working days are to be understood as excluding both the day of visit and the day of booking from the count. (Example: date of the visit FRIDAY, the last day to make the reservation MONDAY).
    Same day bookings are not accepted.
    Tickets must be collected well in advance: groups are especially advised to show up at the ticket office at least 45 minutes before the time of the visit. Not before 8.30 for those booked with admission at 9.00.

  • Orto botanico

    Orto botanico dell'Università degli Studi di Padova, Via Orto Botanico, Padua, Province of Padua, Italy .

    The botanical garden of Padua, founded in 1545, is the oldest botanical garden in the world still in its original location. Located in an area of about 2.2 hectares, it is located in the historic center of Padua, near the Prato della Valle. Since 1997 it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
    Tel. +39 049 8273939

  • Prato della Valle

    Prato della Valle, Prato della Valle, Padua, Province of Padua, Italy .

    Prato della Valle is the largest square in the city of Padua and the fifth largest square in Europe, with an area of 88620 m².
    The current configuration dates back to the end of the 18th century and is characterized by a central elliptical island, called Memmia island (20,000 m² approximately), surrounded by a small channel (fed by the Alicorno canal) on whose banks there is a double ring of statues, with an external circumference of 1450 meters.

  • Università degli studi di Padova

    Università degli Studi di Padova, Via VIII Febbraio, Padua, Province of Padua, Italy .

    The University of Padua was founded in 1222, one of the oldest in the world. The University of Padua represents one of the paradigmatic cases of a medieval University born from the migration of a group of students from a pre-existing university (Bologna), it also has a high school, the Galileian School as well as a network of library and museum structures.
    Call center; reservation center: +39 049827.3939
    Every day: 9 am-5pm

  • Palazzo della Ragione

    Palazzo della Ragione, Piazza delle Erbe, Padua, Province of Padua, Italy .

    The Palazzo della Ragione was the ancient seat of the city courts and the covered market of Padua. It was built starting from 1218 and raised in 1306 by Giovanni degli Eremitani who gave it the characteristic roof in the shape of an overturned ship hull.
    Palazzo della Ragione, entrance from the "Scala dei Ferri", piazza delle Erbe
    disabled entrance from via VIII febbraio
    tel. +39 049 8205006
    Tuesday to Sunday 09: 00-19: 00
    Saturday, Sunday and public holidays by reservation only at 049 8205006
    Last admission 30 minutes before closing

  • Montegrotto Terme - Colli Euganei

    35036 Montegrotto Terme, Province of Padua, Italy .

    Montegrotto Terme is a comune in the Province of Padua in the Italian region Veneto, located about 45 kilometres west of Venice and about 11 kilometres southwest of Padua. Montegrotto Terme is a spa resort, part of the Terme Euganee spas. The Euganean Hills are located nearby.

  • Venezia

    Venezia, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy .

    Venice, the capital of the Veneto region, lies on more than 100 small islands within a lagoon in the Adriatic Sea. In this city there are no streets but canals, including the Grand Canal, flanked by Renaissance and Gothic palaces. On the central square, Piazza San Marco, stand the Basilica of San Marco, enriched with Byzantine mosaics, and the bell tower of San Marco, from which you can admire the red roofs of the city.

  • Verona

    Verona, VR, Italy .

    Verona is a city in the Veneto region in northern Italy. Its historic center, built in a bend of the Adige river, dates back to the Middle Ages. Verona is known for being the city of Romeo and Juliet, the characters of Shakespeare's play, and it is no coincidence that it hosts a 16th century building called "Juliet's house", with a delightful balcony overlooking a courtyard. The Arena di Verona, a large Roman amphitheater of the first century, hosts concerts and operas.

  • Piazza dei Signori

    Piazza dei Signori, Piazza dei Signori, Padua, Province of Padua, Italy .

    Piazza dei Signori is the city lounge par excellence. The name derives from the Palazzo della Signoria of the Carraresi, the ancient lords of Padua. Walking in the center of the square, you cannot fail to notice the Clock Tower, one of the most representative places in the city and one of the things to see absolutely in Padua.
    This astronomical clock not only marks the hours but also the days, months, the zodiac signs, the phases of the moon and the motions of the planets! If you are on the scale and look at the dial in search of your sign unfortunately you will not find it. According to legend, the sign was not inserted out of spite of the craftsman: not having received the salary agreed upon by his clients, he decided to remove the scale, a symbol of (lack of) justice.