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Pavia Coronavirus Covid-19 Holidays 2020 to Southern Lombardy

Pavia Lombardy

Pavia is a city in Lombardy, home to one of the oldest universities in Europe (founded in 1361) and many interesting churches. Pavia is also called the city of the hundred towers, the city of kings, (it was the former capital of the Longobards), the city of wisdom, the city of the red bricks and it is surrounded by Oltrepo’ Pavese, the so called “Tuscany of the northern Italy” with marvellous hills and wine yards scattered here and then across its landscape.

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  • Iat (Tourist Information Office), Via del Comune,18 (Palazzo del Broletto near the Duomo).  M–F 9.00-13.00, 14.00-17.00; Mar-Oct Saturday to Sunday 10.00-13.00, 14.00-18.00; Nov-Feb Saturday to Sunday 10.00-14.00.

Get in

Pavia is less than 30min from Milan with a direct train.

See

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Piazza della Vittoria

  • Castello Visconteo (Visconti Castle). Built in 1360-1365 the castle hosts now the Musei Civici (City Museums) of Pavia. There is a popular park around it.
  • Le 3 Torri dell’UniversitaPiazza Leonardo da Vinci3 tall medieval towers in the middle of a nice piazza at the university. At the same square there is also located Cripta di Sant’Eusebio — the remains of a VII-th century curch.
  • Duomo di Pavia (Cathedral). A Renaissance cathedral with one of the biggest domes in Italy.
  • Basilica di San Michele Maggiore (St. Michael the Major). An outstanding example of Lombard-Romanesque style.
  • San Pietro in Ciel d’Oro (St. Peter in Golden Sky). A beautifully decorated basilica which is the burial place of St. Augustine and of the famous philosopher Boethius.
  • Chiesa di Santa Maria del CarmineA Gothic church with a characteristic brickwork.
  • Chiesa di Santa Maria di CanepanovaA church in Romanesque style.
  • Chiesa di San TeodoroA Romanesque basilica with bird’s-eye-view frescoes of Pavia.

Drink

  • JankoStrada Nuova 19b– Duomo Square 48Drink a very good coffee at “Janko” and taste one of his “delicatessen”, enjoying a relaxing “slow shopping”.

Where to stay in Pavia

If you are looking for some places to sleep and eat, it is recommendable the MiniHotel in viale Golgi 42, the many Hotels like Aurora Hotel and Excelsior Hotel (20 min from Pavia Train Station) and many other solutions you may easily find browsing the web.

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Certosa di Pavia is a tiny village North of Pavia, but there is a great attraction there, the abbey and the museum of:

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Certosa di Pavia

  • Certosa di PaviaPiazzale Monumento, Certosa di Pavia (take a train to a homonymous station, just before Pavia, walk W direction approx. 200m, at a T junction you’ll see a brick wall of the monastery, turn right and go at N direction until a wall on the left ends, turn left, go along the wall, when the wall turns left again follow the wall until the entrance to the Certosa. The whole distance is about 1.5 km). 
  • Monastery: the most of the year Tu-Su 9.00-11.30, 14.30-17.30 (see details at the site); Museum: 9.30-12.30, 14.30-18.00A fine example of a Renaissance charterhouse. The museum can be visited by a free guided tour. free.

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