Padua

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Overview

Noted for academic and artistic achievement

About Italy


Getting there You can get to Padua from Milan, Florence and Munich. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 13:07 € 80
From Rome 02:52 € 42
From Venice 00:14 € 15
From Milan 02:07 € 35
From Florence 01:37 € 39
From Munich 05:39 € 39
From Vienna 10:17 € 69
From Geneva 06:30 € 105
From Naples 04:37 € 96
From Verona 00:43 € 18
From Innsbruck 03:59 € 29
From Bologna 00:57 € 14
From Orvieto 04:15 € 41
From Pescara 04:22 € 59
From Foggia 05:57 € 71
From Vicenza 00:16 € 15
From Ancona 03:11 € 46
From Brescia 01:19 € 28
From Desenzano G Sirmi 01:05 € 21
From Peschiera Del Garda 00:59 € 21
From Monfalcone 01:43 € 15
From Trieste 02:06 € 19
From Treviso 00:44 € 9
From Ferrara 00:35 € 10
From Chiusi 03:50 € 38


Getting around From Padua, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Vicenza 00:15 € 15
To Venice 00:30 € 8
To Rovigo 00:35 € 8
To Verona 00:43 € 18
To Ferrara 00:55 € 10
To Peschiera Del Garda 00:59 € 21
To Desenzano G Sirmi 01:08 € 21
To Treviso 01:22 € 9
To Bologna 01:23 € 14
To Brescia 01:25 € 28
To Florence 01:37 € 39
To Milan 02:18 € 35
To Chiusi 03:58 € 38
To Monfalcone 04:03 € 15
To Trieste 04:30 € 19
To Naples 04:42 € 96
To Rome 05:35 € 48
To Innsbruck 06:35 € 29
To Geneva 07:09 € 42
To Munich 09:49 € 39
To Paris 13:40 € 80
To Vienna 14:11 € 68

While you're there

Padua is a city of art. Donatello left a legacy of sculptures and Giotto a masterpiece fresco. Pilgrims flock to Saint Anthony’s corpse in the 14th-century basilica. Padua university is one of Europe’s oldest, dating back to 1222, lending the city a spirit of scholarly youthfulness.

Train station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Padua can be found.


 


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Nearby destinations

Main cities in Italy


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Customer reviews

  • "L.Wheeler : Paddington/Taunton"    
    The train was very quiet despite its speed and my seat was comfortable. I didn't have the need to get any refreshments from the facility available. The train (as far as Taunton) was reasonably empty which made the journey nice and peaceful.  
  • "smooth trip good service"    
    The train from Padova to Plorence was clean and organizrd, very pleasant rip. I wish ther could be a way of knowing whether the seat faces forward or back when the reservation is made. I can not ride facing back  
  • "Overcharged "    
    Rail Europe charged me 41 euros for his ticket but I discovered that buying in on the day should have cost more like 12 euros  
  • "A bit late but fine"    
    The train was fine, but looking at how much it should have cost if I'd bought it from the train company it was overpriced, the toilet was broken on one end of the carriage and had no paper in the other, and somehow lost time in the last few stops so instead to having 15min to get from this to my connecting train I ran and only just made it onto my next train as the doors closed behind me. So it wasn't ideal.