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How to Get from Padova to Other Destinations
Padova is an old beautiful city located in the Italian region of Veneto. It is the place where Giotto, Galileo Galilei, and Nicolaus Copernicus worked. Travelers reach and leave this marvelous city using various forms of public transport, taxis, and transfer services.
Taxi from Padova
If you wish to order a cab in Padova, you can do that via phone, the Internet, or at one of the stands (for instance, taxis are usually waiting outside the railway station, at the bus station, and in Piazza Garibaldi). The most common ones are called ‘Radio Taxi’ (white vehicles). These services are usually available 24h (but note that rates become higher during night hours, so journeys at this time might be expensive). The average price for a daytime taxi ride from Padova to Piazzale Roma in Venice - €80, to Treviso Airport - €85, to Verona one - €160, and to Bologna one - €190.
Transfer from Padova
Reserving a private transfer may be a great idea if you don’t want to spend your time searching for a taxi in the city and would like to know the rate for your trip in advance. If you choose this option, you will save lots of time. You won’t have to look and wait for transport on the spot: the Kiwitaxi transfer driver will pick you up in the specified location at the time indicated by you. An Economy-class trip from Padova to Venice Piazzale Roma costs €108, to its airport - €87, to Verona air hub - €150, and to Bologna one - €192. If you want a more spacious and comfortable option, you may choose a minivan transfer. For larger groups of travelers, there are some minibus transfers.
Public Transport from Padova
The largest Italian cities can be easily reached from Padova by direct trains (the central train station is just a few minutes walk from the historic city center). A journey to Venice Santa Lucia station costs from €4.25, to Verona Porta Nuova station - from €7.3, to Bologna Centrale - from €10.4, and to Milano Centrale - from €17.55. The fare depends on the train type. There are also several bus lines running to ‘the city on water’.
To get to Marco Polo Airport, you can either take an FSBusitalia bus (€8.5 to 10) or a more comfortable AirService shuttle (€35).
For night rides, it’s better to pre-order a transfer or a taxi, as public transportation is not available after midnight.
Padova: useful information
When in Padova, don’t forget to visit the University of Padua (the second oldest one in Italy), Palazzo della Ragione, Prato della Valle, the Abbey of Santa Giustina, and the Basilica of St. Anthony of Padua.