- Art & Culture
The first stop on this tour is found in the heart of the Upper Town of Bergamo.
Dating back to the 17th century, Palazzo Moroni has retained all its splendour, complete with an Italian garden that now serves as a beautiful historical park.
The Moroni family still owns and lives in the building, which has been maintained in its original layout. Its interior reflects the family's passion for art, with halls boasting frescoes and furnishings from the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries, as well as the celebrated Moroni Collection: a large collection of works by the painter Albino Giovanni Battista Moroni and other important historical artists.
This house is beautiful inside and out. The palace overlooks its sprawling Italian gardens, which back onto the Colle di Sant’Eufemia, laid out over a series of terraces that offer stunning views of the verdant landscape.
Alessandro Moroni's passion for agronomy also led him to create a vegetable garden, where you can find the famous mulberry trees, the symbol of the Moroni family.