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Beautiful church with many artworks and Christian’s relicts. Breathtaking place with ancient chapels and courtyards. I was there on Sunday during the mass – very emotional.
One of the most important reasons to visit Padua
For its size Padua has a surprising number of large churches, of which this is the most famous and largest. It is stunningly beautiful, the ceilings in particular are amazing. The cloisters outside are also worth seeing. I did not see the crypt as there...More
The moment we planned a holiday to Venice, we knew we had to visit this Basilica. It was raining the day we visited but that did not put us off. After boarding a train at Mestre, we got off at Padova, stepped outside the station,...More
We stayed in Padua as a base to go to Venice and to see the Giotto Chapel in Padua. We were totally surprised to discover what a world-class sight the Basilica of St Anthony of Padua is.
It is a magnificent church with adjacent sights...More
This is an active church spanning about 9 centuries of human history. Its very large, with many beautiful artworks spanning 9 centuries. Dedicated to Saint Anthony, includes his tomb and relics. The 13th century chapels are especially beautiful. Sadly, photography is not permitted. Absolutely a...More
Worth a visit just for the marble reliefs around the tomb of San Antonio. Bring an audio or printed guide to make it more meaningful. There are other excellent art pieces in this most impressive building. The holy relics - San Antonio's tongue and others...More
You can visit any time. During Mass, the seats in front of the main altar are cordoned off and reserved for Mass goers only. However, there's plenty to see around the sides of the basilica and in the cloisters. As soon as... More
You can visit any time. During Mass, the seats in front of the main altar are cordoned off and reserved for Mass goers only. However, there's plenty to see around the sides of the basilica and in the cloisters. As soon as Mass is over, you can walk through the centre.