Thanks to its central position, Padova benefits from a wide and functional infrastructure and transport network to and from the city connecting it to the main cities in the north-east of Italy.
With regard to national and international roads and motorways, Padova is connected to the major east-west and north-south roads allowing visitors and tourists travelling by car, camper and bus to move easily in every direction and reach the city centre.
Close to four airports – Venice, Verona, Treviso and Bologna – it is a destination for tourists from all over the world.
Its railway station is also important, as it sees the arrival and departure of trains to and from all major Italian and foreign cities, including the new high-speed trains that connect Padova to Rome in 3 hours and Milan in 2 hours.
Getting around is easy thanks to a fully developed network of urban and suburban transport, a tram line connecting north and south of the city and numerous bike sharing and car sharing services.