B4 Padova

Via San Marco 11/ A, Padua, Veneto, 35129, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via San Marco 11/ A, Padua, is near Prato della Valle, Praglia Abbey, Muggia, and Butterfly Arc.
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    Travel Blogs from Padua

    Famous people and places

    A travel blog entry by gaye1959 on Jun 19, 2014

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    ... the enemy. Padua was ruled by Austria for many years until Italy became a united country in 1871.
    Ancient Padua can be glimpsed in twin squares framed by arcades, the Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza delle Frutta, which are separated by the triple-decker Gothic tribunal known as the Palazzo sella Ragione. The palazzo's arcades still serve as a food market where you can stock up on horse meat, a specialty since before Roman times.
    Padua is ...

    Days 15&16: Padua

    A travel blog entry by dilushani on Feb 27, 2014

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    When I arrived in Padua or Padova as it's called in Italy, I get off the train and I am immediately confronted with dreary grey skies, grey surroundings and cars aplenty. It's like a breath of fresh air. (And I do see the irony of this statement). I am instantly happy that I made the decision to come here. This place seems more like home, or any other normal city really. I head to the B&B that I booked and generally struggle with ...


    A travel blog entry by jarvis07 on Jun 11, 2013

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    ... onto her iPad. To start our tour, we had a quick look in the cathedral. On the tour it says we should count the number of winged lions which is Venice's emblem. There was six just in San Marco square. We then walked up some of the streets and looked at all the the shops which were mostly tourist shops. We then got lunch from a bakery and started eating that while continuing ...

    The floating city

    A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup on Apr 22, 2013

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    ... there was no chance of dropping it. The following day started with a walk back to San Marco's Square to the Doges' Palace (the Palazzo Ducale). The building which was both a palace and a fortress is adorned in frescoed walls, gilded ceilings, and intricately carved statues and has a courtyard greeting us as we walked through the lobby. The palace, which was the home of the Doge (the ruler of Venice) also connected to the prison and so after walking from room to room and ...


    A travel blog entry by germangirl on Sep 28, 2012

    I am finally here. The journey was really not pleasant. I traveled by train for the first time, and I thought: yeah, I can take as much luggage as I want. the train doesn't have restrictions. Well that was not such a good idea. I was almost not able to carry all of it. I took my bike, which is very helpful, because I hate walking. But changing the trains was really not fun with my suitcase and the bike. And the ...