Le Tre Corti B&B Treviso


Since one the city of Padua hosts one of the oldest and most prestigious university branch in the world: the “Universitas Studii Paduani”.
In 1545 the University founded the Botanical Garden, the oldest university garden still existing and recently renovated. The Biodiversity garden houses over 1.300 different species of rare plants from all around the world.
Padova is also recognized as the capital of the fourteenth century painting for many pictorial evidence from this era. The most remarkable is the Scrovegni Chapel painted by Giotto. The city was, along with Florence, a Renaissance capital in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Padua is also famous as the “city of the Saint”, referring to St. Anthony, a figure to whom catholic belivers are particularly devoted. The saint lived his last years in Padua and his mortal remains are shielded in the Basilica of St. Anthony, located in the city centre.
City rich in art and culture, Padua is 47 km far from Treviso and is easily reachable by train and by car.