Dimora Le nove Fate

via Rebetta Bassa 4, Bergamo, 24129, Italy
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Driving from Bergamo to Varenna

by judylynn

We plan on renting a car in Venice and driving to Bergamo and making that our home base for 4 days.
From Bergamo we would like to do a day trip to Lake Como. From what I've read, we can take a ferry in Varenna to Bellagio and other towns on the lake.
My question is how difficult of a journey will it be driving from Bergamo to Varenna.

Thank you

Re: Driving from Bergamo to Varenna

by leics

Can't help with info about 'difficulty' (nagivation? traffic congestion?) but the rather good


will give you route, info and estimated driving times.

Re: Driving from Bergamo to Varenna

by judylynn


Re: Driving from Bergamo to Varenna

by Billy16

I have driven from Bergamo to Varenna and would never choose to do it again!
Not because it was difficult (it wasn't) but because I discovered the easiest way to get there was by train. The journey takes between 1hr08 to 1hr37 with a change at the small station in Lecco. The fare is €4.20 each way.
I never drive in Italy unless I absoultely have to.

Timetables can be found at


Let the train take the strain!



Travel Tips for Bergamo

Restauration works

by irisbe

Nowadays you will find more and more restauration works going on.
They must have started in the 90ties as I saw many places where restauration got finished in 1998 or something.
here, at the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, the restauration works were still going on anno 2005.

Atalanta BC madness

by barrikello

People living in and around Bergamo - especially in the valleys - have a common venue once every fortnight. They gather at the Stadium to watch their beloved team - Atalanta BC. They are one of the hottest supporters in Italy, sometimes known for being violent, but most of the time cheerful and very stuck to their black and blue striped heroes. Watching a football match in Bergamo can be an entertaining experience, even though the team is now playing in first division (Serie B). Not less than 15,000 attendance. Wearing an Atalanta scarf would improve your sympathy towards the local tifosi (supporters). You can get it just outside the stadium.

Funicular to Bergamo Alta

by SWFC_Fan

The funicular railway connects the new part of Bergamo with the hill-top old town.

The funicular makes the steep journey in a couple of minutes, and costs 1.80 Euros for a return ticket (as at September 2003).

Tickets can be purchased from a window at the bottom station (and also at the top), and there is a cafe at the top station.


by sim1

A much easier and more fun way to get into the Cita Alta is with the Funicolari. It is very easy to get from the train station to the old city. The bus stops very frequently in front of the station, and brings you to the funiculare. It is only a few minutes by bus. The funiculare brings you up the hill, in the center of the old city. From here just go by foot to explore the historic city center. It is great to walk around in the old narrow streets of Bergamo. Hahaha, much better going here by foot than with the car!

a sweet break

by juzz about sweet Irene

A small and very nice place just in the shopping area of lower Bergamo. You can have many delicious cakes, tea, coffee, cappuccino, hot chocolate and many other wonderful things.
Last time I went there I saw that they serve english breakfast on sunday morning (if you really want to have it in Italy...)
Cakes are not that cheap (even if it's not expensive at all) but I think Sweet Irene deserves a visit because of the nice atmosphere and the delicious cakes.
You can also buy many types of jam, chocolate and cakes and take them home.
(closed on monday)
Take "via XX settembre" ( the pedestrian street in the lower town full of clothes shop) from "porta nuova" to "piazza pontida". On your left you'll see a narro street called "via Sant'orsola", take it and walk until it ends, for 50-100 m. ON the left you'll find sweet irene. I don't remember the name of that cake but it was a mix of chocolate and raspberry


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