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Zuckermann Palace

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Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi, 33, 35137, Padua Italy
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Wine & Food Experience in the Historic Market of Padua
Wine Tasting & Winery Tours

Wine & Food Experience in the Historic Market of Padua

The Market of Padua is in the centre of the city, in a great building called Palazzo della Ragione, built in 1218. The upper floor, called Il Salone, is a great hall, one of the largest medieval halls of the world (entrance ticket included). On the ground floor of the Salone, the so called “Sotto il Salone”, are hosted various delicatessen shops where you can find all sort of local specialties. <br>The Mini-Tasting Tours are itinerant menus across the shops of Sotto il Salone. You can choose among many different menus according to your preferences. Tasting menu example: 1 Glass of wine, 1 Tasting of Mountain Cottage Cheese, 1 Sorana-Carpaccio (Young Beef carpaccio) with chunks of Parmesan cheese.<br><br>Upon confirmation of booking you will receive the menu for choosing your tasting itinerary. You will then receive the voucher by e-mail. With the voucher you can go to the first shop for the tasting and you will receive the ticket to visit the painted room. Then you can move on to the other shops for other tastings. The tour does not include accompanying guides but is autonomous.<br>During the tasting tour it'll be the local shopkeepers who will tell and explain you about their dishes and about the typical local food and drinks.
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545medva wrote a review Sep 2019
Budapest, Hungary3,979 contributions889 helpful votes
Whie you wailt for the Giotto Chapel, you can drop in, and look at the exhibited things. There is not too much, but not bad.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Perry Grinate wrote a review Aug 2019
Ashby de la Zouch, United Kingdom713 contributions284 helpful votes
This is included in the Padova Card and is very close to the Scrovegni Chapel. Worth a quick tour with some nice furniture to admire en passant.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Iowares wrote a review Jun 2019
Des Moines, Iowa407 contributions82 helpful votes
A lovely museum, included in the Padova Card, which gets you into the Scrovegni Chapel (purchased for $13 each, strongly recommend you purchase ahead online), and while we waited for our reserved time, this was a nice place to visit; medieval and modern art; ceramics, textiles, furniture, a little bit of everything. I found the most interesting area to be the ancient coins through the centuries. Interesting place. Cool and quiet. No crowds when we went.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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TurinTraveller wrote a review May 2019
Turin302 contributions141 helpful votes
We only went as it was included in the price of the ticket to the Scrovegni Chapel, as we hadn't really heard of it. The first couple of floors contain exhibits found during excavations, so there is a varied display of objects, including some gorgeous pieces of jewellery. However, the most interesting part is on the third floor, where there is an impressive collection of coins. The displays are very well organised, and it was fascinating to see such old coins and how they evolved over the centuries. Worth the visit!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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romanshorner wrote a review Feb 2019
Munich, Germany742 contributions223 helpful votes
Already from outside it looks impressive. Inside there are several interesting museums. Due to my time budget, I was only in the temporal exhibiton about Daniela and Marzia Banci, which was free of charge. But I think also the big museum is worth to go.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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