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Points of interest

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Prato della Valle

Prato della Valle

Prato della Valle, one of the symbols of Padua, is a large elliptical square which, besides being the largest square in Padua, is one of the largest in Europe (88620 square metres), second only to the Red Square in Moscow.

Basilica di S. Antonio

Basilica di S. Antonio

The Pontifical Basilica of St. Anthony, which the people of Padua call the Saint, is the main monument of Padua and one of the greatest masterpieces of art in the world. Recognized by the Holy See as an international Sanctuary, it is also one of the most famous and popular places of worship in Christianity.

Caffè Pedrocchi

Caffè Pedrocchi

The Pedrocchi is one of the symbols of Padua, an elected place for coffee and cooking tasting. Recognized as the most exclusive venue in the city centre where the most important and spectacular events are held.

Palazzo della Ragione

Palazzo della Ragione

Popularly known as "Il Salone", the Palazzo della Ragione is in fact one of the largest covered rooms in Italy that has no equal in Italian civil architecture. The huge hall on the upper floor, at the time the largest hanging room (i.e. raised from the ground) in the world, was a true miracle of architectural daring and solidity.

Abbazia di Santa Giustina

Abbazia di Santa Giustina

At the time when the Roman Patavium was in its heyday, in the area where the Basilica and Monastery of St. Justina still stands today, there were one or more burial grounds of the pagan aristocracy and a Christian cemetery.

Cappella degli Scrovegni

Cappella degli Scrovegni

A masterpiece of fourteenth-century Italian and European painting, it is considered the most complete cycle of frescoes created by the great Tuscan master Giotto in his maturity.

Orto Botanico

Orto Botanico

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 historical centre of Padua, near the Prato della Valle. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997.

Musei Civici Eremitani

Musei Civici Eremitani

The museum complex, the oldest in Veneto, is housed in the cloisters of the former convent of the Eremitani friars. It includes the Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Medieval and Modern Art, as well as the Scrovegni Chapel.

AreAArte

AreAArte

AreAArte is an important reference point in the Triveneto region for informing and promoting art exhibitions and cultural events, with the social aim of supporting and enhancing museums, artists, creativity and art institutions in the area.

Castello del Catajo

Castello del Catajo

With more than 350 rooms, the garden of delights, the 40-hectare appurtenances, the Catajo Castle is considered one of the most impressive and not to be missed historical European residences.

Villa Contarini

Villa Contarini

Villa Contarini is located in Piazzola sul Brenta, a few kilometres from Padua and Vicenza, on the ruins of an ancient castle built by the Dente family around the year 1000. Acquired by the Carraresi, lords of Padua, it was inherited by a member of the Contarini family.

Casa del Petrarca

Casa del Petrarca

The building, which dates back to the thirteenth century, still retains most of its original fourteenth-century structures, despite numerous restorations and alterations and the addition of the sixteenth-century loggia. Also in the 16th century the rooms were frescoed with a cycle inspired by Petrarch's most famous works, the Canzoniere and Africa.

Fiera di Padova

Fiera di Padova

A short distance from the city centre, but also from the main road junctions and the train station, the Padua Exhibition Centre covers a total area of 155,000 square metres, 70,000 of which are covered.

Arena di Verona

Arena di Verona

The Arena di Verona is a Roman amphitheatre located in the historical centre of Verona, icon of the Venetian city together with the figures of Romeo and Juliet.

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