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Padua wheelchair accessible tours, located between Venice and Verona, is in the heart of the Veneto region.

Not far from the Euganean hills, welcomes inhabitants and visitors with a dynamic and creative character, preserving great artistic and cultural traditions.

Galileo Galilei said that he spent the best 18 years of his life in Padua: how to blame him?

In fact, Padua wheelchair accessible tours is a city that goes beyond beauty.

It knows how to welcome you as few other cities manage to do.

Every time you manage to make a visit, you will look at it with a different eyes and maybe even a bit more in love.

Padua, the city of the Saint, is a very rich treasure chest full of treasures to be discovered.

Art, culture, history and gastronomy, imposing squares, alleys and shops, nothing is really missing.

Padua wheelchair accessible tours, can be visited in any weather and any season, as it boasts twelve kilometers of arcades.

Holding the bronze medal in Italy after Bologna and Turin.

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Touring Padua

The Scrovegni Chapel contains one of the greatest masterpieces of Italian and European painting of the XIV century.

The most complete cycle of frescoes made by the great Giotto Tuscan master in his maturity.

Color and light, poetry and pathos.

Man and God.

The sense of nature and history, the sense of humanity and faith fused together in a unique and unrepeatable style, which forever revolutionized the language of Western art.

Those who visit Padua wheelchair accessible tours, cannot miss the church of the “Saint”, or Saint Anthony, the tutelary deity of Padua.

The Basilica was erected between 1232 and the mid of XIV century to house the relics of the Portuguese Saint and is today one of the places most revered in Italy.

Piazza delle Erbe, the commercial hub of the city, home to the fruit and vegetable market and flanked by the beautiful Town Hall building.

Here you must stop in the evening for a spritz.

Then there is Piazza dei Signori, with the Palazzo del Capitanio.

Its clock, the first in Italy, indicates in addition to the hours, the months, the turn of the sun for the zodiac, the moon phases and the motions of the planets.

Then Prato della Valle, a grandiose triangular square that until 1775 was an unhealthy marsh.

Thanks to the administrator of the Serenissima ( Venice ), Andrea Memmo became a large ovoid garden.

Surrounded by a canal and a series of statues of famous people.

It is said to be the largest square in Europe.

The first thing to see in Padua, outside the main places of interest is the house of Galileo, which is located right in Galileo Galilei Street.

If you still want and time after this long walk in the historic center of Padua, you can go shopping.

In the city center you can enjoy the tranquility and atmosphere of Padua.

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