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Padua is still a little-known gem that has so much to offer its visitors. From extraordinary monuments, such as the Scrovegni Chapel or the Basilica of St. Anthony, to hidden and charming corners, such as the glimpses of the canals that cross the city, small squares and porticoes. Speaking of porticoes, there are 25 km of them in the historical centre, including medieval and Renaissance ones. Here below You will find the list of the most famous landmarks to see in a day in the city of St. Anthony.
The Scrovegni Chapel is a priceless masterpiece. Located within the ruins of Padua's ancient Roman Arena, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site…Discover more
The Caffè Pedrocchi is a historic café in Padua, founded in the 18th century. Its current appearance is actually the result of a 19th-century…Discover more
Palazzo della Ragione is the ancient medieval Palace of Justice, located between the two main squares, Piazza della Frutta…Discover more
The Baptistery adjoining to Padua’s Duomo, a short walking distance from the main squares and the Ghetto, is a small building but a true masterpiece.
The area of the former Jewish Ghetto is one of the most picturesque in the city, thanks to its cobbled streets, beautiful stately buildings, lovely…Discover more
Affectionately called the Saint by the Paduans, the Basilica of St. Anthony is one of the largest, most beloved and most visited religious…Discover more
For plant enthusiasts, a must-see is the world's oldest Botanical Garden (it was established in 1545). Divided into two parts, Old…Discover more