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Timing for Scrovegni Chapel tickets

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Hello all. We’re going to Verona soon and I want to book our tickets for the Chapel for a Monday (I know that the nearby museum and art gallery are closed on Monday). We also want to see the Basilica of St Anthony and the medicinal gardens at the University. These are my questions:

I see a 10:00 train leaving Verona, arrives at Padua at 10:42. I think it’s about a 10 - 15 minute walk to the chapel, and I understand that we need to be there ahead of time. I wanted to book the 11:45 slot, but it’s already full.

Should I book the 11:30, or the noon? I’d like to have a nice lunch afterwards, and am not certain what time places close (or fill up, for that matter). Or should we go to the University/Basilica first, and see the chapel on the way home.

Any ideas? Thanks.

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