Padua is a city in the northern Italian region of Veneto with well over 200,000 inhabitants.
From the Padua Travel Guide
Were not able to check out earlier, even though we did not even have keys (all doors are unlocked and you just get through the main door until 23. ... more
Slightly old-fashioned hotel but none the worse for that: clean, comfortable rooms with some individuality. Service excellent and friendly. ... more
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. ... more
2 weeks Italy: Starting Rome Ending Rome
Guys, I plan to explore Italy by myself for 14 days. I have in mind Rome-Florence-Milan-Verona-Padua-Venice-Rome. What do you think. 2 weeks is appropriate? Maybe you guys can suggest me the best route. Mann ...
urgent question about Italian elective residency visa
I am an American who has just arrived in Italy with an Elective Residency visa good for one year. When I applied for the visa I planned to be living in Padua for the coming year, staying with a friend. Now I have arrived and am living in Venice instead. Where should I apply for my permesso di soggiorno ...