Al Fagiano

Via Locatelli, 45, Padua, Veneto, 35100, Italy | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Via Locatelli, 45, Padua, is near Basilica of St Anthony, Basilica of St. Anthony, Prato della Valle, and The Botanical Garden (Orto Botanico).
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    Travel Blogs from Padua

    Padua - Giotto and a different slice of academia

    A travel blog entry by kerriejohn on Jul 16, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    On our last day in Venice our main target was Padua - a historic city about 25 minutes from Venice by train - but we also wanted to get a good taste of Venice from the water. We bought a 24 hour pass for the vaporetto and caught the next one along the Grand Canal to the train station. The variety and density of water traffic is a direct counterpart of city road traffic
    We had two reservations in Padua - the Scrovegni Chapel with frescoes by Giotto and a tour of ...

    Strada del Brenta & Giotto?

    A travel blog entry by pmacosta on Apr 13, 2014

    ... Caffè Pedrocchi, then to the University of Padua housed in the Bo Palace. This university is one of the oldest in Europe, and it contains the renowned Anatomy Theatre (from the 16th century) and Galileo Galilei's chair. The tour then continues to Palazzo della Ragione and its surrounding squares (Piazza delle Erbe, Piazza dei Frutti, and Piazza dei Signori) that host a colourful market daily. The Cathedral ...

    Day 18 - Milano to Paduva

    A travel blog entry by dior114 on Oct 02, 2013

    ... stop Padua. We went to Nonna Lina and Silvano's brother Carlo and Lucia his wife. Their niece was there to help with translation.we looked around Padua it was beautiful. We saw inside St Anthony's church and saw his tomb. We saw the square which is the biggest square in Italy 2nd largest square in Europe.we walked back to Carlo and Lucia's house but there niece left while we were on our way back to the house. Carlo made us lunch ...

    Boats, Bums and Bellinis

    A travel blog entry by becky_jonathan on May 27, 2013

    2 photos

    ... Hilton I was almost in tears and could barely walk. When the porter uttered the words "no reservations - private party tonight", I nearly wet myself there and then. Luckily, Jonathan had his assertive head on and managed to get us in. I had the most luxurious wee of my life and we then headed up to the top floor. We were led through some heavy velvet curtains to be greeted with a DJ, rows upon rows of delicious ordeurves, several bottles of Moet on ice and some beautiful ...

    First lecture in italian

    A travel blog entry by germangirl on Oct 02, 2012

    ... And none of us has internet yet.
    Other than that nothing much happend, besides the stupid bike door. Downstairs to get into our complex, there is a door you can only open with your key card, and this door is so loud, it is squeaking everytime someone leaves or comes in, which is almost all the time. I can't really sleep with my window open, because it really is very very loud. But I might just buy some oil and end it. :-)
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