Personally, I think that this is the sacrest place in Europe. You feel so much peace and love there. Everything inspires to freedom and the true words of the Bible and Saint Antonio. All the christians would enjoy this place!
About Basilica di Sant’Antonio - Basilica del Santo
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Absolutely worth the visit. No charge (september 2017). One of the most beautiful churces of the north of italy.
One of the more interesting churches in Northern Italy and dedicated to St Anthony of Padua who is buried here.Try and avoid getting tied up in the conducted tours if you can. Some of the tour parties can make seeing some of the things somewhat...More
The number one place to visit in Padua whether you are religious or not. Free entry but it would definitely be worth a visit even if there was a ticket to pay. Make sure you also visit the chiostro located next to the basilica.
Walked up from the Prato del Valle, the first things you see are the very impressive domes and spires of the church, dedicated to St Anthony (patron saint of lost things), all access is free, however, there are restrictions, no short shorts or skirts, no...More
The Basilica is worth visiting - if you've ever prayed to st Anthony when you've lost something you can stop by and visit his resting place. If you are religious there is an excellent gift shop to pick up a memento of your visit. Overall...More
This large church was build in XIV century as a funerary chapel. Beautiful frescoes are inside, 4 of them painted by Titian.