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We didn't have the time to go inside, but even just from the outside, this building is impressive. There was a market that day on the plaza, which was fun to look at and good to shop a few regional foods.
What a complete waste of money that was!
Yes, from the outside it looks very fine indeed, as it is.
However, the hall is average in the extreme. Apparently, it was once the biggest hall in Italy.......... and??? You have a 500 year old wooden...More
An impressive building - 800 years old. It is outdoor food markets on the piazzas on every side (they close early). The markets are called Piazza della Frutta og Piazza del Erbe. Inside the building you will find small specialized (food) shops on the ground...More
This hall was once the largest indoor space in Europe.
It's decorated with an astonishing array of 333 pictures, and refreshingly, most of them aren't religious (after weeks of Madonnas, I was hungry for something else).
The day I went, most of the hall was...More
The imposing Palazzo della Ragione towers over the markets that surround it. On its ground floor one finds an indoor market of butchers, fishmongers, cheese makers, and bakers. On the floor above is a cavernous hall, which is populated by a large wooden horse statue...More
Large interior containing an extremely large wooden horse.
The frescoes are worth a look however on the day we attended they were overshadowed by an art exhibition
The Padua pass gets you entry for free however expect to pay 4€ extra if there is an...More
We found the entry price to be too expensive for what was there. The things we wanted to see would be surrounded by modern art exhibits and it was more expensive than most of the things we had seen previously. The building itself is nice...More