Padua is a small Italian town, a real treasure trove of architectural masterpieces, surrounded by magnificent nature. People have settled here since the X century BC. In the era of Ancient Rome, the area was inhabited by the tribes of the Veneds, from whom the name of the whole region of Italy came.
In Padua, enthusiastic lovers of Renaissance art will have something to occupy themselves with. The entire chapel of Scrovegni is painted with frescoes by the brilliant and talented Giotto, the amazing architecture of the old buildings of the University of Padua is a classic example of the manner of construction in the style of the early Renaissance.
It will also be interesting for active tourists in Padua. Almost 70 km. cycling and hiking trails are located within the picturesque Euganean Hills Park.