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Parrocchia San Nicolò

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Parrocchia San Nicolò

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Via San Nicolo' 6, 35139, Padua Italy
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You will leave by boat from the Catajo Castle, like the nobles of the past who took the waterways from Venice or Padua to reach their villas here in the Euganean Hills. From here also started the volcanic stone to pave the Piazza San Marco, cereals and wine barrels towards the rich Venetian markets.<br><br>The excursion takes place with a traditional Venetian wooden boat called the caorlina.<br><br>Finally, you will have a guided tour of the Castello del Catajo, the most visited private villa in the Veneto region.<br><br>To reach our agency you can take the train from the following cities in Veneto. Get off at the Terme Euganee Abano Montegrotto stop located in Montegrotto Terme. From the station there are 5 minutes on foot to our agency.<br><br>- Train from Padua (10min.)<br>- Train from Venice (40min.)<br>- Train from Bologna (1h20min.)<br>- Train from Treviso (55min.)<br>- Train from Vicenza (1h.)<br>- Train from Verona (1h.55min.)<br>- Train from Ferrara (50min.)<br>
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kolya08 wrote a review May 2017
Rome, Italy141 contributions67 helpful votes
A mandatory stop when you visit the fantastic city center of Padua The city has paid a great attention in preserving its heritage of buildings and sites. A jewel in the Venetian area.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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lilliputz wrote a review May 2015
Zurich, Switzerland2,288 contributions255 helpful votes
So is a medieval town - you can have a splendid little church 30 meters away from one of the most renowned touristic squares of the town (Piazza dei Signori in this case) and never see it, because it is completely hidden away - unless you know which alley to take! In this case, from the north-eastern corner of Piazza dei Signori (to the right looking at the Torre dell'Orologio) take Via S. Nicolo', a smallish alley, that after 30 meters opens into Piazzetta San Nicolo', a tiny square - voila', you are there. Built in the 11th century over much older foundations, once connected with the nearby Reggia dei Carraresi, this small church is a romanic style beauty. It and the square in front form an oasis of silence, peace and serenity just meters away from the bustle of Piazza dei Signori and Corso Milano. On the right side of the square looking at the church, interesting is also the Brunelli-Bonetti Palace (1600ish) with its low corner tower.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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