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Bergamo Upper City

Medieval atmosphere on the top of a hill
Bergamo Upper Town

10 good reasons to visit Bergamo

Piazza Vecchia, the most beautiful square. The lakes and the mountains. Discover 10 good reasons to visit Bergamo

Winter sports near Bergamo

Val Seriana, Val Brembana and Val di Scalve await you with their cross-country trails, snow parks, toboggan runs and skating rinks.
Val Seriana, Val Brembana e Val di Scalve

Bergamo: shopping and flavours

Shopping in Bergamo is divided between Città Alta and Città Bassa. The promise: artisan shops, historic cafes, fashionable shop windows

Duomo of Bergamo

Main catholic place of worship of the city, it is dedicated to Sant'Alessandro patron of Bergamo and is located in Città Alta
Duomo of Bergamo

Bergamo half-day trip

Buy your Bergamo half-day trip from Milan. Easily reach the city and join a guided walking tour through the walled hilltops of Bergamo's Old Town.
Excursión de medio día a Bérgamo

Bergamo, a hidden treasure

Come and visit the city of Bergamo, one of the jewels of the Lombardia Region, you can easily get to from Milan by train, it takes only one hour and there are frequent connections. Chance to organize a private transfer for groups or individuals.

Bergamo, Crespi d'Adda

Villaggio Crespi d'Adda

Colere, slopes with a view of the Presolana

Meanwhile, Colere has the longest and most difficult slopes in the Bergamo area. The harsh beauty of this region, at the foot of the Presolana Massif, the queen of the Orobic Alps, is a source of excitement for fans of ski mountaineering.
Colere, Val di Scalve (BG)

Donizetti Theater

It covers an area of 3200 square meters for a total of 1154 places. For the harmony of sound it is considered among the best in Italy
Donizetti Theater

Monastery of Astino

The monastery of Astino in Bergamo is quiet and peaceful: two ingredients that are still perceived today while walking through the surrounding hills
The Monastery of Astino, Churches in Bergamo

Between Ticino and Oglio

Artificial canals, aristocratic villas and historic towns with spectacular examples of industrial archaeology to discover by bike