Hotel Europa Padova

Address: Largo Europa, 9 , Padua, Veneto, 35137, Italy | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Padua

    Day 7 - a lazy day in Padova

    A travel blog entry by virginia.pav on Dec 13, 2013

    ... 160;winter time and  about 10.00pm in the summer time. Can you believe that ?  I would be fast asleep by that time.  I am really looking forward to going out and meeting the other Italian staff - It should be a great night I'm sure and another chance to try out more wonderful Italian food. Tomorrow Ben and I will head to Venice and visit the Venetian Islands - Barry has said that we should see these islands and it will also be great to visit ...

    Venice: The City with My Favorite Bus System

    A travel blog entry by cattieatu on Sep 20, 2013

    1 comment, 150 photos

    ... by train in Venice at 5:30 in the morning; it was still dark and the streets were completely deserted. We explored the main island of Venice that Friday we arrived, then Saturday we traveled to Murano, the island known for glass, and then Sunday we explored any parts of Venice we desired until our train departed at 3:11.

    Enjoy the pictures!

    P.S. There are captions with pictures to tell stories!

    The City in Water

    A travel blog entry by dalara on Jun 16, 2013

    18 photos

    ... just right into the water. That and there are doors that also go right into the water. Made us wonder what those are for. I mean do people swim up to doors and ring the doorbell? Is that how it works here? Whatever, it was a cool ride. Things we learns in Venice: 1) HUMID - really really humid 2) alleys aren't really alleys - like I mentioned earlier. The main way to get around Venice is walking 3) streets are canals - there are zero cars in Venice 4) gondolas are ...


    A travel blog entry by apopples on Jun 14, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... it also had a mote which in the medieval times was the city's first line of defence. We walked through the town which wasn't very big and then walked around the wall which was one and a half kilometres and two metres thick (I don't know how high). We then had an ice cream (I don't think I've ever had so many ice creams in such a small period of time) and caught the train home.


    Au revoir France - and hello Italy!

    A travel blog entry by hn_adventures on Oct 12, 2012

    6 photos

    ... serves socca to her long line of patient customers! We also met her family dog Rex, a grumpy black lab pup, who sits on a chair outside the socca kitchen! Later in the afternoon, we bid au revor to France and got on to our flight for Venice, Italy. France has delighted us with its elegance, culture and gastronomic marvels! We'll be back for sure.

    We reached Venice (or as it's called here, Venezia!) in the evening and ...