Padova is a city full of history and culture, which deserves to be visited multiple times. The city is renowned for its rich historical heritage, with a collection of churches, monuments, squares and museums. For those who choose to visit Padova by train, the first stop is its great cultural heritage, starting with the famous Prato della Valle. Here you can find the Basilica del Santo, one of the largest examples of Romanesque architecture in Europe, and the Scrovegni Chapel, famous for Giotto's frescoes. You can then visit the Scrovegni Chapel, where you can admire the famous frescoes by Giotto. If you want to discover modern art, then the Galleria dell'Accademia is ideal. Once you have explored the city, another way to get to know Padova is to taste its cuisine. To get to know the local flavors, you can start with the most traditional dishes, such as risotto all'isolana, a specialty based on fish, or saor, a dish based on onions and sardines. Other particularly appreciated dishes are baccalà alla vicentina, with olives and pine nuts, and sarde in saor, a dish based on anchovies. As for desserts, finally, you can't miss the fritole, typical fried sweets of Carnival.
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