Padua

Apr 6, 2020 - Apr 7, 2020

2 adults - 1 room

Find Hotels in Padua

Padua is a great place to go either for a short break, a longer vacation, or as part of a multi-destination holiday. With plenty of restaurants, events, and landmarks to see, you will be glad to find a hotel in Padua where you can rest and recuperate. With hotels available from C$123, why not book your hotel in Padua today?

To find the perfect hotel for your needs in Padua, the Skyscanner hotel search is a great place to start. With plenty of ways to sort and filter your results, you can narrow down to find everything from the best 5 star hotels in Padua, to the best rated budget-friendly hotels. If you’re renting a car to travel to Padua you can check for parking, and if you are going to be coming straight from the airport you can easily see which hotels in Padua have airport shuttles to simplify your travel experience.

If you are planning a visit for a special occasion, why not take a look at these top rated hotels: Best Western Plus Hotel Galileo Padova, Four Points by Sheraton Padova or Hotel Grand'Italia.

How to Get Cheap Hotels in Padua and Last Minute Hotel Deals

Getting the perfect hotel at a great price is something we all strive for. As with all travel, you’re likely to find a good price on a hotel in Padua if you book far enough in advance, but a lot of hotels also offer great last minute deals in Padua. When there are beds left to fill, prices are often cut to attract last-minute deal hunters and spontaneous travellers who have the freedom and ability to visit Padua at the last-minute. You might not get your first choice of hotels in Padua, but you are likely to get more for your money. We don’t recommend you wait until the last-minute during peak seasons and when there are events taking place in Padua though, as it is likely that accommodation will fill up early – and you don’t want to be left without a bed!

Get Hotels in Padua Near the Main Attractions

When visiting Padua, there is plenty to explore – and finding a hotel near the main attractions will make this even easier. We recommend checking out hotels near Padova Fiere, Gran Teatro Geox and Basilica di Sant'Antonio da Padova, or using our map feature to find hotels near your specific points of interest.

Find Padua Hostels, Apartments, and Bed and Breakfasts

Depending on your budget, length of stay and other factors, you might want to find an apartment or hostel in Padua instead of a hotel. With the Skyscanner hotel search, you can set your filters by accommodation type to find your perfect match. On the flipside, you might not want to exclude hotels in Padua altogether – you could get a great deal and enjoy a visit with a little more luxury!

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What are travelers saying about Padua?

9.8
History Buffs
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Family Travelers
8.3
Art & Design Lovers
8.3
Luxury Travelers
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Member reviews (28)
Manuela Nadin
Manuela NadinPadua, Italy
12/28/17

Padua is a nice city, with more or less 250.000 inhabitants. There is a big university so the city is very alive with students, pubs, cafe. There are some interesting masterpieces such as Giotto Cappella degli Scrovegni. During winter it is very cold and during summer too hot, so the best periods to visit it are Spring and Autumn.

Sherril M
Sherril M
1/5/16

Another beautiful historic City in the Veneto that is well worth a Visit. It hosts the renowned University of Padua, almost 800 years old and famous, among other things, for having had Galileo Galilei among its lecturers. The city is picturesque, with a dense network of arcaded streets opening into large communal piazze, and many bridges crossing the various branches of the Bacchiglione River, which once surrounded the ancient walls like a moat. Padua is the setting for most of the action in Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew. The Scrovegni Chapel (Italian: Cappella degli Scrovegni) is Padua's most famous sight. It houses a remarkable cycle of frescoes completed in 1305 by Giotto.[7] It was commissioned by Enrico degli Scrovegni, a wealthy banker, as a private chapel once attached to his family's palazzo. It is also called the "Arena Chapel" because it stands on the site of a Roman-era arena. The fresco cycle details the life of the Virgin Mary and has been acknowledged by many to be one of the most important fresco cycles in the world. It also includes one of the world earliest representation of a kiss in the history of art (Meeting at the Golden Gate, 1305). Entrance to the chapel is an elaborate ordeal, as it involves spending 15 minutes prior to entrance in a climate-controlled, airlocked vault, used to stabilize the temperature between the outside world and the inside of the chapel. This is to improve preservation. Donatello's magnificent equestrian statue of the Venetian general Gattamelata (Erasmo da Narni) can be found on the piazza in front of the Basilica di Sant'Antonio da Padova. It was cast in 1453, and was the first full-size equestrian bronze cast since antiquity. It was inspired by the Marcus Aurelius equestrian sculpture at the Capitoline Hill in Rome. One of the best known symbols of Padua is the Prato della Valle, a 90,000 m2 (968,751.94 sq ft) elliptical square. This is one of the biggest in Europe. In the centre is a wide garden surrounded by a ditch, which is lined by 78 statues portraying famous citizens. It was created by Andrea Memmo in the late 18th century. Memmo once resided in the monumental 15th-century Palazzo Angeli, which now houses the Museum of Precinema.

Thomas
Thomas
10/1/14

Another beautiful historic City in the Veneto that is well worth a Visit. It hosts the renowned University of Padua, almost 800 years old and famous, among other things, for having had Galileo Galilei among its lecturers. The city is picturesque, with a dense network of arcaded streets opening into large communal piazze, and many bridges crossing the various branches of the Bacchiglione River, which once surrounded the ancient walls like a moat. Padua is the setting for most of the action in Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew. The Scrovegni Chapel (Italian: Cappella degli Scrovegni) is Padua's most famous sight. It houses a remarkable cycle of frescoes completed in 1305 by Giotto.[7] It was commissioned by Enrico degli Scrovegni, a wealthy banker, as a private chapel once attached to his family's palazzo. It is also called the "Arena Chapel" because it stands on the site of a Roman-era arena. The fresco cycle details the life of the Virgin Mary and has been acknowledged by many to be one of the most important fresco cycles in the world. It also includes one of the world earliest representation of a kiss in the history of art (Meeting at the Golden Gate, 1305). Entrance to the chapel is an elaborate ordeal, as it involves spending 15 minutes prior to entrance in a climate-controlled, airlocked vault, used to stabilize the temperature between the outside world and the inside of the chapel. This is to improve preservation. Donatello's magnificent equestrian statue of the Venetian general Gattamelata (Erasmo da Narni) can be found on the piazza in front of the Basilica di Sant'Antonio da Padova. It was cast in 1453, and was the first full-size equestrian bronze cast since antiquity. It was inspired by the Marcus Aurelius equestrian sculpture at the Capitoline Hill in Rome. One of the best known symbols of Padua is the Prato della Valle, a 90,000 m2 (968,751.94 sq ft) elliptical square. This is one of the biggest in Europe. In the centre is a wide garden surrounded by a ditch, which is lined by 78 statues portraying famous citizens. It was created by Andrea Memmo in the late 18th century. Memmo once resided in the monumental 15th-century Palazzo Angeli, which now houses the Museum of Precinema.

Jacopo M
Jacopo M
4/1/14

Probably better known as the city of St. Anthony, Padua is one of the most important art cities in northern Italy. Discover the squares and quarters where one of the most ancient Universities in Europe was born... Highlights: - Scrovegni Chapel with famous frescoes by Giotto - Basilica of St.Anthony - Botanic garden - Eremitani Church - Palazzo Bo (the main seat of the University) and its Teatro Anatomico

FAQs

The least expensive month is February, with an average of C$103 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Padua is August, with an average price of C$138 per night.
The average price of a hotel in March last year was C$122 per night. This is the same as the average nightly price seen over the previous 12 months.
In Padua, the expected average temperature in March is 10.0°C/49.9°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 31.3°C/88.3°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 0.2°C/32.4°F.
The nearest airport to Padua is Venice Treviso (TSF) (36.31km). Other nearby airports include: Venice Marco Polo (38.27km)

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