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Roseto di Santa Giustina

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Roseto di Santa Giustina

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Wine & Food Experience in the Historic Market of Padua
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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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Sandy S wrote a review May 2018
Albuquerque, New Mexico775 contributions347 helpful votes
Finding the Roseto di Santa Giustina is a bit of a challenge, especially since it's not a major tourist destination. The secret was taking the first street angling off to the right behind the Basilica di Santa Giustina. Compared to the Orto Botanico (which isn’t far away), it was modest; but it was lovely. The garden was laid out along the city walls, allowing visitors to walk along a portion of the battlements while, literally, stopping to smell the roses. The collection including climbing varieties, antique varieties, modern roses in unusual colors, including one a deep purple. The path sloped gently up to the round Bastione di Santa Giustina. Near the top of the bath were roses named for famous people with some connection to Padova, for example one named for Goethe, the German poet who lived for awhile in Padova.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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