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Some of the best masterpiece of Padova, Cappella degli Scrovegni with the famous frescoes by Giotto, Musei Civici Eremitani, Palazzo della Ragione are located between the most beautiful squares of Padova: Piazza dei Signori, Piazza delle Erbe e Piazza della Frutta.
In city centre you will also find Padova University and Palazzo Bò, one of the ancient and most famous buildings also known for medical and scientific studies.
The Great St. Anthony Basilica, simple known in Padova as “il Santo”, is the most important catholic church of the town and one of the most visited monuments all over the world.
Near St. Anthony Basilica you can find the Basilica of St. Giustina overlooking Prato della Valle, which is the 2nd largest square in Europe: a great location for concerts, markets and shows.
Padova Fiere is located only 15 min. from our hotel; guests could easily reach the exchange parking place, where it is possible to leave the car without paying the expensive parking tickets of the city centre, than take the tramway and arrive in Padova Fiere.
The village of Camposampiero is located only few Km from Padova and it is known as the final resting place of St. Anthony.
The village is in the middle of the ancient “graticolato romano” , a network of roman roads connecting the Province of Padova to the province of Venice.
Thanks to its great location, Camposampiero offers to the guests a real great Veneto experience, religious sightseeing or business trips to the many factories of the area.
The Hotel is able to provide necessary and indispensable services for a Bike holiday. The territory is a crossroads of cycle paths and we will help you know it and understand why it is surprisingly rich in art and vitality, thanks to different routes that can be approached independently or accompanied by a cycling tourist guide. For more information and details see our catalog by clicking here.
The Scrovegni Chapel, dedicated to St. Mary of the Charity, frescoed between 1303 and 1305 by Giotto, upon the commission of Enrico degli Scrovegni, is one of the most important masterpieces of Western art. The frescoes, which narrate events in the lives of the Virgin Mary and Christ, cover the entire walls. On the wall opposite the altar is the grandiose Universal Judgement, which concludes the story of human salvation. For the Scrovegni Chapel, Giotto was asked to depict a series of stories from the Old and New Testaments, culminating in Christ's crucifixion and resurrection, and the Last Judgement.