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Basilica di Sant’Antonio - Basilica del Santo

Piazza del Santo 11, 35123, Padua, Italy
+39 049 822 5652
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Basilica where the apostle St. Mark is buried and which contains the largest bronze works of Donatello.
  • Excellent76%
  • Very good19%
  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Piazza del Santo 11, 35123, Padua, Italy
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Of all the lovely churches in Padua, most with frescoes, this is the most elaborately decorated. Worth a long walk and free to visit.

Thank Bart C
Reviewed 1 week ago

This temple is absolutely outstanding, both in size as in beauty, one of the things you shouldn´t miss if you are visiting the city. The façade is beautiful but a bit massive and severe, it´s the indoor space what is really impressive, seeing its size...More

Thank southerntraveller49
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Although not religious in anyway I like visiting basilicas and churches. Saint Anthony's is up there with the best. Brilliant paintings and sculptures throughout and although there was prayers and mass going on in never felt I was imposing on anybody throughout.

Thank benny19602015
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The basilica is impressive in every way you look. The inside presents some of the most beautiful paintings and ceiling decorations I've ever seen in any basilica in Italy. Every corner has a different detail that is sure to take your breath away. Despite its...More

Thank Bbambini
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I had to visit the saint's 13th century basilica that my parents named me after and boy was I impressed. From the outside, it compares favorably to other top churches & basilicas in Europe. But, upon entry inside, I was overwhelmed from the ornate décor...More

Thank Tony D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We toured Sant'Antonio on a Sunday morning during a mass. The church was crowded, but it was easy to see the sights around the church. And the experience of the service made it more memorable. It's best to get a book beforehand to learn more...More

Thank Nkatko
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We have seen many many churches during our travels, so to be amazed by such beauty was a nice surprise. Didn't know what to expect when we walked in. It is absolutely breathtaking. take your time and really look at the frescoes. so many to...More

Thank susan155004
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Like all European churches of this caliber, this church does not fail to impress. Despite the numerous fires that have wreaked havoc on its interiors, they have done a decent job restoring it to glory. Not just relics but the whole body of St.Antonio de...More

Thank jason J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This Church was wonderful to visit. The tomb of St.Anthony was overwhelming with its marble reliefs. Absolutely beautiful to see. Watching the procession of people who wanted to touch the tomb and/or leave a message to the Saint was a moving experience. The emotion of...More

Thank kardex2dog
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Came here really to visit the UNESCO botanical garden, but glad we visited this basilica as well. It is breathtaking, both inside & out. Morning mass was in progress, but many visitors were allowed in & could freely move about. Many lined up to view...More

Thank Louise K
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enrightmj
I believe you can get there by train from Venice. Do you need to purchase tickets to enter the Basillica. If so, can they be purchased in advance.
1 November 2016|
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Response from Peter K | Reviewed this property |
Its free of charge
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sperrin
Ideas on how to spend 3 nights in Padua. I would like to see as much of St Anthony's Basilica and attend all attractions there. I would like it to be a pilgrimage. An itinerary including costs would be great as I do not want to miss anything. Thanks in advance
7 February 2015|
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Response from DFD1303 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there Sperrin - You may have already been to Padua and my reply may be too late. Anyway, here is my two bobs worth: I suggest you stay in the vicinity of Padua at a lovely B&B called "The Home Villa Leonati Art... More
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