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The history of the school is pretty awesome with some notable former students (Galileo and Copernicus to name a few). It's pretty awesome to be able to see the anatomy theater and how well preserved it is. The tour is about 45 minutes long.
We were really looking forward to seeing Pallazo Bo and all of the historical rooms advertised. When we reserved the tickets by phone nothing was said about half of the rooms being closed to visitors during the tour :( We could not see the Aula...More
The University of Padova is the the second oldest in Italy and fifth oldest in the world. Galileo once taught here. The most interesting bits can only be visited with a guided tour, which was conducted with typical Italian disorder - we took an English-language...More
The organized tour gave me the opportunity to visit one of the oldest university buildings in Europe. The highlight of the tour were some old meeting rooms and lecture room covered with plaques of the students and the gem of the tour is the first...More
This is the second oldest university in Italy. The new buildings are located outside the old town. In the old town you will find the old university buildings. Take a guided tour to see the upper floors.
We were so lucky to arrive just in time to join an English speaking tour with a fantastic guide. She was so clearly passionate about the history of the university. I never knew it was such an amazing place...could not believe we were actually standing...More
Where you go, where you look ia art, culture and history. Bikes and dogs, nice people and good food. Old house attached to old house, near an other old house. Each one tell it’s own story, if you listen, by how she looks like, by...More
Joining the English speaking tour, we hoped to discover more about this historic university. We only saw a few points of interest, including the anatomical theatre, but the guide was seemingly bored by the occasion and her spoken English was mostly unintelligible. The tour was...More
In a city where everything shuts from 1pm to 4pm in July because of the oppressive heat, one would think that the university and museum employees could synchronize their schedules with the rest of the Italy and at least stay open until 7pm (while resting...More