Funded in 1772, Cafè Pedrocchi is named after Francesco Pedrocchi, the founder. The cafè was to be "the most beautiful one on the earth". The cafè is located in the city center, next to the university, town hall and markets. Francecso's son, Antonio, expanded the business to cover the entire block. The coffee house became … Continue reading The history of “Cafè Pedrocchi”
After a long selection process, we selected for you the best and most iconic coffee-shops in our city. This is the list: "Pasticceria Breda" has over fifty years as a family business and during this period it has become one of the most loved coffee-shops in Padua. But what makes it special? The old recipes … Continue reading Our selection for your coffee time in Padua
Coffee has a long history in Italy. Venice was one of the first European ports to import coffee beans in the 16th century, and in the 19th century, men in bowler hats met in Turin’s coffee shops to plan for the country’s unification. Luigi Bezzera in 1901 with other researchers tried to mix the powder … Continue reading The history of coffee
We chose coffe, because it is typical Italian and Padua is called the city of coffee. Coffee is relaxing and could help you to chill your body and muscles after a walk. It could also help to reduce the risk of getting depressed. How we improved the previous research: We have taken our fotos of … Continue reading Why did we choose coffee?
To visit the four coffee-shops that we selected for you we also prepared a walk around the city. This way other than enjoying delicious coffee and food, you will have the possibility of admiring the history and culture of the city. The entire walk starts in Prato della Valle and it only takes 20 minutes … Continue reading A walk for coffees around Padua!