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Route Summary - Milan to Padova
 
 

Squatting in the heart of the country are two of the most alluring cities with rich history, architecture and adventure and what not. Imagine how hassle-free it would be if you have planned everything in advance, including a taxi from Milan to Padova. Getaways are meant to mend your soul and provide you with a quick dive into the serenity, squandering around, keenly soaking in the ethereal beauty of Mother Nature in its raw form is something that we all want. However, getting squashed in the crowd by the locals travelling in the public transportation, isn’t what we wished for. 

If you are looking for a pocket- friendly Milan to Padova private car hire without any nuisance or discomfort, make sure to explore Rydeu’s offers crafted exclusively for our customers to make travel more convenient, cheap and quick. Taxi cost to Padova depends on the sort of vehicle the traveller is opting for, from luxurious rides with your loved ones to basic sightseeing rides for families, friends or even a solo-backpacker looking to observe the city. 

Distance of Padova From Milan - 250.5 kms 

Journey Duration- approximately - 2- 3 hours 

 
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MILAN
Known for its fashion and market, Milan is the capital of the Lombardy region of Italy. From the quaint Duomo di Milano cathedral and Santa Maria Delle Grazie convent to featuring some of the top-notch restaurants in the country, this place has been a business hub for people all around the globe. Milan has gained popularity over time with Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” which has set an exemplary example of the culture coated with a layer of art.
Where Rome is known to be the political capital of the country, Milano has always focussed more on becoming the moral capital to impart the rich history and knowledge that it embraces. Milan is a perfect blend of ancient values with contemporary art and remains one of the most important cities to visit in Italy. 



 
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PADOVA

Also referred to as Padua, Padova is known to be the home for the country’s second oldest and most prestigious universities, Padua is an alluring city situated at a close proximity from the romantic city of Venice. If you are in a wish to explore heaven, we will directly point out to Padua. Situated in the north-eastern part of the country, the city is known to be the capital of Padua in the Verone region and is wrapped between the arms of Venice on one side and Verona on the other. If you are a shopaholic, make sure to take numerous empty bags as the city offers some of the best markets that the country boats. Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza della Frutta is home to shops that range from high end brands to small pocket-friendly stalls to stroll through.