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Padua, one of the major centers of the Veneto region, is known throughout the world as the city of Saint Anthony, the famous Franciscan born in Lisbon in 1195 and lived for a few years and died in Padua. Padua is crossed by the Bacchiglione and Brenta, for this reason, walking through the streets of the city of Padua, it is not d• Padua
Padua, eine der wichtigsten Zentren der Region Venetien, in der ganzen Welt als die Stadt des heiligen Antonius, der berühmte Franziskaner in Lissabon im Jahre 1195 geboren bekannt und lebte für ein paar Jahre und starb in Padua. Padua ist durch die Bacchiglione und Brenta gekreuzt, aus diesem Grund, zu Fuß durch die Straßen der Stadt Padua, ist es nicht schwer zu Orten, die sehr suggestiv sind zu finden.ifficult to find places that are very suggestive.

The cultural life of Padua is very active and continues the tradition started by important personalities, including Peter of Abano, physician, philosopher, scientist and professor at the Sorbonne, Francesco Petraca, Lovato Lovati and Galileo Galilei, lagato in Padua he also turned in his observatory, whose most enduring symbol is the observatory. Many artists, whose art is recognized around the world, over the years, have left their mark in Padua, from the cycle of frescoes in the fourteenth century by Giotto in the Scrovegni Chapel frescoes by Giusto de 'Menabuoi that adorn the walls of the Duomo and the Baptistery, masterpieces by Donatello and Titian in the complex of the Holy decorative paintings by Mantegna Ovetari Chapel of the Hermits.

A big boost to the urban configuration and the face of Padua began to feel in the thirteenth century, signs still discernible in the University, in the Palazzo del Bo and the Basilica del Santo. Padua, being a medieval city, is not without walls that contain within them the historical center of the city dotted with precious monuments, sites and buildings of considerable interest, the beautiful Prato della Valle to numerous palaces, churches and museums. Padua can be reached from Venice - Milan A4 Motorway Bologna - Padova A13. The nearest airports are Venice's Marco Polo airport in Venice and Verona Valerio Catullo Villafranca Veronese. Padua also has an efficient rail network, which connects the city to the major cities of northern Italy.


Treviso dominates the Venetian plain and is characterized by the presence of numerous rivers, which make it a unique and enchanting city. The beauty of the city, which was increased by the spectacle offered by the waterways, has often been the protagonist of the writings of John Comisso, one of the prominent citizens who Treviso gave birth.
The natural beauty are not the only attractive of the city, are in fact worthy of note is the Church of San Francesco, the Loggia dei Cavalieri, Piazza dei Signori, dominated by the Palazzo dei Trecento, the Church of St. Nicholas, the Cathedral, Piazza Rinaldi, Ponte di Pria, the Buranelli, an ancient waterway, the Monte di Pieta and the Chapel of Rectors. Among the historical museums are to make known the Casa da Noal, Treviso House Museum, the Museo Civico L. Bailo, the Museum of St. Catherine and the House of Carrara.
Their eating and drinking Treviso is internationally recognized for its famous red radicchio of Treviso and the wide range of wines, including Prosecco and Cabernet. In Treviso has been prepared for the first time the Tiramisu, while among other sweets are worth a mention Fregolotta tart lasts a base of butter, salt and sugar and fritters, sweets Carnival.


VeronaVerona is located near the Adige river and a short distance from Lake Garda. The walls contain within them a precious jewel, the historic center of Verona, where you can admire numerous well-preserved Roman ruins. Worthy of note are the Amphitheatre Arena, characterized by the brightness of the marble, the Roman Theatre, the Stone Bridge, the Triumphal Arch of Gavi and much more. Among the museums stand the Foundation Miniscalchi - Erizzo, the African Museum, the Archaeological Museum, the Archaeological Museum at the Roman Theatre, the Canonical Museum, the Museo Civico di Castelvecchio, the Civic Museum of Natural Sciences, the Museum of the frescoes, and the Museum of Palazzo Forti. There are many people who have lived and lived in Verona, first and foremost Dante Alighieri and William Shakespeare. Thanks to the well-known poet and writer, Verona can be considered one of the most beautiful and interesting Italian cities of the world. A Shakespeare must also be the name given to the city of Verona, the city of love, whose symbol is the famous balcony of Juliet's house.


Rovigo is the capital of the province, and its territory extends between the river Adige, the Po and the Bianco Canal, about forty kilometers from the coast of the Adriatic Sea. The land is mostly flat is very fertile and useful to the cause, which makes it suitable for the cultivation of wheat and other products.
The city has developed mainly along the main roads that connect it to Padua, Ferrara and Verona and is home to an inland port, made with the intent to facilitate the transport of goods and tourists by river.


Vicenza, whose ancient name is Vicetia, after a great industrial development, is one of the most crowded areas of the northeast of Italy. Another pole of reference is represented by the numerous architecture created by Palladio: it is thanks to the work of the famous architect, Vicenza which is also known as the City of Palladio. Every year, many tourists flock to Vicenza to admire the many buildings and monuments that make the city one of the Veneto's most important art of the region and beyond, the Palladian Basilica at the Tower of the group, from Chiericati Palace, now home to the Pinacoteca Civica in Tetro Olimpico, from Casa Pigafetta to Villa Capra, Palazzo Leoni Montanari to the Church of Santi Felice and Fortunato, the Sanctuary of the Madonna of Monte Berico Oratory of St. Nicholas of Tolentino. Among the museums include the Museum of Natural and Archaeological instead of Santa Corona, The Museum of the Risorgimento and the Resistance, the Pinacoteca Civica, the Diocesan Museum, The Museum Palladio and Small Currency Museum.