A casa di Cristina

Via del Guerino, 3, 24123, Bergamo, 24123, Italy
A Casa di Cristina
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Local Transportation

by chloe54

I'm flying into Bergamo and have to get to the Holiday Inn West in Mozzo.
Is it best to take a taxi or bus from Airport into town and try to find another
bus to hotel. taxis appear to be expensive.

Re: Local Transportation

by bazsi79


I think it is possible to get there by bus as well, and probably cheaper (a 24-hour ticket costs just EUR 3.50).

You can take bus 1 from the airport to central Bergamo, it runs every 30 minutes. And according to the map, line 9B goes roughly where your hotel is, to Mozzo (Pascoletto), also every 30 minutes on weekdays. You can change between buses at Porta Nuova.

Check timetables on the website of the local buses in Bergamo:

... and you can find a map of the bus network here:

Re: Local Transportation

by bazsi79

I just checked the hotel's website, and it looks like they have a "limited service" complimentary shuttle from the airport, though I have no idea what the "limited service" here means. :) Probably you should contact the hotel, how you can book this service...


Re: Local Transportation

by chloe54

Thank you for your help. Looking forward to the trip.

Re: Local Transportation

by Redang

Have a great time there, a lovely city indeed!

Travel Tips for Bergamo


by hojasdehierba

Here you have a city map of Citta Alta. The centre of the area is Piazza Vechia, where you can admire the Cathedral and Basilica di Sta. Maria. Everything is absolutely at walking distance. You arrive from Citta Bassa in funicular at Piazza Mercato de la Scarpe (near number 7 in the map) and there is were your walk starts. Aqui teneis un callejero de la Citta Alta. El centro de la zona es la Piazza Vechia, donde podreis admirar la Catedral y la Basilica de Santa Maria. Todo esta absolutamente a mano caminando. Llegais desde la Cita Bassa en funicular a la Piazza Mercato de la Scarpe (cerca del n?mero 7 en el mapa) y ahi es donde empieza vuestro paseo.

The heart and the soul

by croisbeauty

If Piazza Vecchia is the heart of Citta Alta than via Colleoni could be considered as its soul. It is where visitors spend most of their time, strolling up and down this street which reminds to an artery. There are numerous and very pitoresque window shops on both of its sides offering suveniers, cloths, works of art etc. In case you feel too tired to walk and need a rest, I suggest the gallery of cafe-pastry Donizetti.
Unfortunatelly, via Colleoni isnt stricktly pedestrian area as it should be. Your strolling might be disturbed, from time to time, by the residents of Citta Alta or supplaying cars.

Walking the Venetian Walls

by irisbe

Walking past the Church Saint Augustin, you have a little park, named after the saint.
At the entrance we spot a familiar sign we will see at every park in Bergamo: what is allowed, what is forbidden.
It is a very tiny park, people walk with their little dog, and some young people are sitting on the grass reading a book. Some old fashioned fytometer panels and two elder people exercising, swinging their arms left, right, left…

Bergamo Buses

by antz

The bus service in Bergamo (and Italy in general) is relatively good, once you can get the hang of how to read the bus timetables. Instead of numbers, they call their bus 'Line 1' or 'Line 6' etc. One thing that I noticed was that in the bus-stops they have an electronic board which shows which bus is due next and how long it will be.

You can buy your ticket in quite a few places, generally the little newsagent huts, but also in the bus station and at the Youth Hostel. Also, you need to remember to stamp your ticket when you get on the bus. If you get caught without a stamped ticket - you will be in big trouble!

Polenta e Osei

by nina_z about In all the patiseries in historical centre

I read about this dessert on other VT member's pages and decided to try it as it's supposed to be a typical speciality from this region. One thing I can say about it - it's only for people with a very very sweet tooth, for me it was too much, although I love sweets...


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