About Venezia- Padova

Summer School - Venezia Padova Edition

about Venezia and Padova 

Venezia (Venice) the capital of northern Italy’s Veneto region, is built on more than 100 small islands in a lagoon in the Adriatic Sea. The city is virtually the same as it was six hundred years ago, which adds to the fascinating character.

 

Padova is a city in North Eastern Italy and the capital of the province of the same name. It is located centrally in the Veneto region, between Venezia on one side and Vicenza and Verona on the other. The city has 210,821 inhabitants, with about 350,000 inhabitants in the wider metropolitan area. It may be the oldest city in northern Italy. Padova is rich in history, including its famous university (one of Europe’s oldest, from 1222), the 13th-century Basilica di Sant'Antonio (resting place of St. Anthony), and Scrovegni Chapel, with Giotto’s famed 14th-century frescos. The magnificent Prato della Valle, a 950,000-square-foot elliptical square, is thought to be Europe’s second biggest.

  

   

  University of Padova

                                                                           

The University of Padova is one of Europe’s oldest and most prestigious seats of learning; it is a multi-disciplinary university that aims to provide its students with both professional training and a solid cultural background. Established in 1222, the University of Padua (Padova in Italian) is the second oldest university in Italy, after Bologna, and one of the earliest universities in the world. Today, Padua continues to be one of the most prominent universities in Italy and Europe, ranked 2nd in Italy.

 

Around 58,000 students – 45,000 undergraduates and 13,000 postgraduates – are enrolled at Padova. They share the university’s medieval buildings with more than 20,000 professors and research staff, as well as a commitment to the continuation of Padova’s longstanding tradition of academic innovation. The University of Padova has more than 200 partner universities and is engaged in EU funded projects.  

  

 

ACCOMMODATION

Accommodation’s options for the week 8th-15th July 2018 in Padova:

 

1.      Fondazione Gini “La Nave”, via Portello €190,50 per person.

 

         6 studio apartments for two people with private bathroom, kitchenette, TV, air condition, Wi-Fi connection.  Hosts can settle up by bank transfer before their arrival or at the check-in moment.

 

2.      Foresteria Ducceschi, via Marzolo €166,75 per person

 

         7 single rooms with private bathroom and common kitchen Hosts are required to settle up by bank transfer before their arrival.

 

3.      Villa Liberty, via Tiepolo

 

4 double rooms with private bathroom €110 € per person

1 single room with private bathroom, €160 per person

2 single room with shared bathroom, €150 per person

 

All the rooms are provided with TV, Wi-Fi connection, air-conditioning and mini-fridge. Hosts are required to settle up at the check-in moment by credit/debit card.

 

Applicants should express their accommodation preferences in their application. Accommodation preferences are dependant on the residence’s availability.

 

 

Meals

 

Students will be provided with 2 meal-tickets at the cost of €6,50 (payable in cash)a day for the whole week. It will give them access to San Francesco canteen.

 

 

 

Transportation


Arrival will be in Venezia and the airport in Venezia is called "Marco Polo".

 

Schedule and public transport routes in Padova can be found here

 

Taxi booking here.