Padua, Italy travel tips

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Quality Italian drinks are easy to come by in Padua, but you have to be over 18, otherwise you will not be served! Selling alcohol to minor carries a hefty fine.

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Looking for a fair priced restaurant in Padua? Just look up L'Anfora, they have great service and amazing food.

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Eating smart is not that difficult as Padua provides countless options. Feel like fueling up? Visit Osteria Dal Capo.

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If you run into trouble just dial 112 and state your emergency. Be clear and concise, and help should arrive soon!

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If you see a sign saying "NON FUMATORI", that means you should not smoke there.

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Tipping cab drivers is uncommon, but happens sometimes. Tipping hotel porters is appreciated.

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Religion plays an important role in Italy, pay a visit to the Scrovegni Chapel and you shall understand why.

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Easter Monday is a public holiday, the local name is Lunedi dell'Angelo.

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Exploring the small villages of Italy is best done by car. Rent one in Padua and off you go!

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Traveling by plane? Try Venezia Marco Polo as it is the closest one to Padua.

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Public transportation in Italy is reliable and cheap. However, when in Padua always plan before you head out!

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The Museum of Precinema is a museum dedicated to everything before filming became mainstream.

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Ever wanted to feel the powerful voices of thousands of Italians? Check out a Calcio Padova match in Padua!

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One thing is for sure, Italians do know how to live. Majestic Toscanelli may not be cheap, but it is a great hotel!

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Make a reservation at Hotel S.Antonio is you are in need of a place to stay. Try calling or online.

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Hotel Eden is a great way to lay your head for a night. Cheap, but decent service.

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Do you like cycling? Maybe you should give it a try as the hills of Padua are ideal for a short tour.

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The Padua Cathedral Baptistery is just south of the city's main piazza. Definitely worth a visit!

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Visit the city's University. The building is an architectural masterpiece.

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Want to party all night but have no idea where to go? Have no fear, just head for a piazza and strike up a conversation. Italians love to chat!

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