x The average starting price for a place to stay in Padua is £37 per night.
Via Lungargine del Piovego, 51Excellent 93%
gadfro Lovely hosts - Marina especially very approachable, attentive and helpful. Room - airy and large. Sizeable balcony. Breakfast - plentiful. We had some one else's underpants in the wardrobe, the washing machine in our room was full of wet towels (x2), and the balcony was strewn with grouting and cigarette butts. I don't think this accommodation can be called a villa with nice garden by any stretch of the imagination or spin...there really isnt a garden or a villa! We had rooms on the the second floor of a suburban 2 storey building ..on a small section...with a hanky sized patch of green with sparse grass. Equally this wasnt what we were after ... we just wanted a transit point conveniently placed to access Venice. The most inconvenient aspect was in fact not being told there was no credit card payment facility till we were checking out and had a plane to catch.We had paid a deposit by credit so this seemed very strange. We managed all of it in the end after some hair raising trips around Padua in the B&B owners Range Rover, going to several ATMs to make the amount up ( they each only give out a set amount per day ). A travel story now... blood pressure raising at the time.
Via Portello n. 93/A PadovaExcellent 90%
Via Borgo Treno Trieste, 570 51%
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