Travel to Padova

Get in

By train

Padova is a central railway node in the Veneto area. Many lines converge into the city central station, notably from:

•    Venezia (Venice, Trieste, and points East) - Venice is only a 30-minute ride away

•    Bologna (Bologna, Ferrara, Rovigo, Rome, Florence)one hour and half ride

•    Milano (Milan, Brescia, Verona, Vicenza)two hours and half minute ride

•    Castelfranco (Belluno, Calalzo, Feltre)45 minute ride

All kinds of trains pass through Padova: Eurostar, InterCity, EuroCity, InterRegionale, Regionale, InterCityNight, EuroNight, Espresso. More info is available on the Trenitalia website

By plane

Padova has its own airport for private planes, but with no direct commercial connections. However, three international airports are conveniently located nearby:

•    Venezia Marco Polo (VCE) , 50km, lot of destinations throughout Europe.

o    by bus: direct and frequent connections to Padova, 1h

o    by train: bus to Venezia Mestre station, then train.

•    Treviso (TSF) , 42km, low-cost airport with Ryanair and other carriers. Destinations: Dublin, London, Frankfurt, Bruxelles, Barcelona, Paris

o    by bus: direct and frequent connections to Padova, 1h10 - see SITA website  - choose Linee Regionale, then Veneto, then Orari Linee Veneto; last bus leaves airport around 20.00 or 20.25 depending on day of week.

•    Verona Valerio Catullo (VRN) , 88km, many domestic flights and some international destinations (also low-cost)

o    by train + bus

Other options further afield include:

•    Brescia Gabriele D'Annunzio (VBS) , 130km

•    Bergamo Orio al Serio (BGA) , 190km, many