Bad weather activities in Padova

Veneto, Italy

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Need some options for when it's raining? Padova that's no problem! On this page we've put together a selection of the most beautiful sights and excursions as well as the best leisure and indoor activities for when the weather's bad.
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Castle · Padova
Medieval walls
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Museum · Padova
Museum of Roman Centuriation
The Museum in Borgoricco, designed by architect Aldo Rossi, exhibits material found in the Centuriation area in the North-East of Padua, mainly dating back to Roman times.
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Architecture · Padova
Villa Baglioni
Villa Baglioni is a gorgeous example of Venetian Villa, frescoed by the artist Gianbattista Tiepolo. The body of the building, restored in 1970s, is now the City Hall of Massanzago
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Church · Veneto
Pieve di San Prosdocimo Oltre Brenta
The ancient Pieve di San Prosdocimo Oltre Brenta is located in Villanova di Camposampiero and it is now open to the public after a long period of restoration.
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Architecture · Padova
Villa Ca' Marcello
In the countryside among Venice, Padua and Treviso, it is a gorgeous Venetian Villa, recalling Palladio’s style, and it’s currently the residence of the Venetian family Marcello.
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Church · Padova
Chiesa del Panigale
Ancient rural church, near the river Tergola, in the middle of nature.
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Architecture · Padova
Villa Ruzzini
The Villa, built in the 16th century, is also the City Hall of Villanova di Camposampiero. Inside, the frescoes were probably commissioned between 1600 and 1620.
Church · Padova
Oratory of San Massimo
The Oratory of San Massimo, along the Romea Strata, is a 10th-century place of devotion and pilgrimage for people that travel by foot from Austria to Rome,
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Church · Padova
Saint Anthony Sanctuaries
The Sanctuary of the Walnut tree and the Sanctuary of the Vision are located in the sacred area where Saint Anthony of Padua lived for a month before dying.
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Architecture · Padova
Villa Cornaro
Villa Cornaro, in Piombino Dese, was designed by Andrea Palladio in 1552. In 1996, it was designated as UNESCO World Heritage Site among the other Palladio-style Venetian Villas.

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