Hotel Ristorante Quarti

Via Martiri Della Liberta', 32, Bergamo, 24010, Italy
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trains from Bergamo

by Turska

Is there a easy-to-read timetable for trains from Bergamo in internet? I´m not sure where should we be going, so I´d just like to see,if there area train going to some intresting places ;) We have allready been to Milan and Bergamo.Not too far from it,because if we choose to go,we will have only 5-7 days.Depending the prices at Ryanair ;)

Re: trains from Bergamo

by Manara

From Bergamo it is very easy to get to Brescia (Roman theatre and other Roman ruins) and after that the Garda lake. If you do a bit of searching about these destinations you will find many interesting results.

Re: trains from Bergamo

by Turska

We´ve been to garda,but not Brescia. I´ll check that-thanks!

Re: trains from Bergamo

by Turska

There even seems to be buses straight from Bergamo airport to Brescia! That´s handy!Expecially, when the morning flight is at 8.10 ! So this might be a good opinion! It looks like some people don´t like the town at all! i red some VT pages. But I didn´t figure out why. We like old buildings, ruins, castels, eating out ( I mean at terraces) and warm weather-so could be a good opinion.
We have four opinions, and all at different country! Gdansk in Poland, Berlin, Paris and Bergamo ( i mean by airport). those four are the cheapest ones to fly from here. We are allready doing a three weeks trip in June, so would be better to find something little chepaer.

Re: trains from Bergamo

by mccalpin

If you look at http://orarioint.trenitalia.com/bin/stboard.exe/en?
you will have access to a departure (or arrival) board that is by the hour from any train station (even ones outside of Italy).

Now, this is nice, because it shows you all the possible destinations to which there are direct trains (I think that's how it works), as opposed to you asking for a rail solution between city A and city B. But you have to be careful to double check things.

For example, you may notice that there is a direct train from Bergamo to Verona at 08:23. Very nice...but read the fine print: "not every day, 8. May until 12. Jun Sa "
Hmmmn, when you double check this against the regular schedules, you'll find that this train runs only on "Saturday" (hence the "Sa"), and you have to change somewhere the other days of the week. Hey, there's even a direct train to Venice on Sundays...

Still, Lecco immediately jumps out as a possibility, as well as Treviglio, of which I know absolutely nothing ;-)

Have fun!

Bill

Re: trains from Bergamo

by Turska

I found that yesterday also, but the English version wasn´t working. Now it seems to be. Brescia sounds so easy to go, that it might be a good opinion. In june we will drive with our own car around western Europe, and see 19 towns. I think that another trip could be easeir and little lazy ;) (Even though we don´t care places where you have nothing to do-like places with only beach-we rather visit museums,castles.. and see nice town by walking around)

Travel Tips for Bergamo

Bergamo - City of Art

by iris2002

http://www.apt.bergamo.it/Pagine%20in%20lingua/citt%A0%20inglese.htm

check out this link which will lead you to a lovely site of the artistic views of Bergamo!

Well worth it :)

CIAO WHAT'S ON IN BERGAMO --- L'Echo Bergamo! (23-3-04)

Le note del pianoforte romantico
risuonano in Sala Piatti
Il pianoforte romantico sarà il protagonista indiscusso del settimo appuntamento degli Incontri Europei con la Musica, sabato 20 marzo alle ore 16 in Sala Piatti. Alla stagione che l'Associazione Musica Aperta organizza in collaborazione con gli assessorati comunali di Comune, Provincia e Regione si esibirà infatti Simone Sala, un interprete anagraficamente giovane ma già impostosi all'attenzione internazionale in concorsi e concerti in Italia e all'estero. Il pomeriggio si aprirà con la Sonata in mi maggiore op. 109 di Beethoven, quindi Sonata-fantasia op. 19 di Scriabin. Nella seconda parte, l'Andante spianato e la Polacca brillante di Chopin e a conclusione il primo libro delle Paganini-Variationen di Brahms.

Simone Sala, nato a Bojano (CB) nel 1982 ha iniziato lo studio del pianoforte all'età di 9 anni con P. Niro. Successivamente si è iscritto al Conservatorio di Campobasso, dove si è diplomato con il massimo dei voti, lode e menzione d'onore sotto la guida di M. Battista, oltre ad essere stato allievo nella classe di Composizione sperimentale di L. Salvadori. Ha conseguito importanti affermazioni in concorsi nazionali e internazionali.

Little details

by irisbe

The Bergamask must have an eye for little details!
When I was gazing around on my first day of walking through the city, it was not only the charming colours and red roofs that caught my eyes, but also how they paid attention to even little details as the chimneys.
I think this house had one of the most beautiful and many that I had laid my eyes on.

Exploring Clusone

by barrikello

Clusone is just a fascinating village, laying in the large Seriana Valley, some 30 kms from Bergamo. This 8,000 people village is simply a small treasure. It boasts art (The famous Death dance frescoes on the Oratory), nature and fine food. Get lost in its narrow street and enjoy the fresh air coming from the Alps that surround it. To reach it, take bus E15 from the bus platform opposite the train station (one hour trip):

The best and quickest way to...

by denver662

The best and quickest way to get there is by hydrofoil. You can also get there by a regular boat service which takes a little longer and a little cheaper.
To get around town, its small enough that you can just enjoy hiking it.

Dining at Citta Bassa

by hojasdehierba about Ristorante La Bruschetta

Of course, being, dining, staying or simply walking at Citta Alta in Bergamo has an special flavour that no place at Citta Bassa has. However, we found a couple of nice ristorantes in Bassa which reach a really good standard. La Bruschetta is decorated in a traditional way, as it is located in a kind of crypt. Prices are lower than in Citta Alta and it might be convenient to eat at this area if you have just finished your shopping or if, like we were, you are staying in one of the nearby hotels.
The four of us ordered pasta in different styles (lasagna, cazoncelli, a bergamasque speciality, very similar to ravioli, and tagliatelli) and all of us were satisfied. They also offer a good variety of meats and risottos.
Don't forget to order an Italian wine (I suggest a Trentino Cabernet, but anyone will be fine) Por supuesto que estar, alojarse, cenar o simplemente pasear por la Citta Alta de Bergamo tiene un sabor especial que no posee ningun lugar en Citta Bassa. Sin embargo, encontramos un par de restaurantes en Bassa que tenian buena calidad. La Bruschetta esta decorado al estilo tradicional, aprovechando que el local es una especie de cripta. Los precios son mas baratos que en Citta Alta y puede ser buena idea comer en esta zona si has terminado tus compras o si, como nosotros, te alojas en alguno de los hoteles cercanos.
Eramos cuatro y pedimos pasta cocinada de diferentes formas (lasaña, cazoncelli, una especialidad bergamasca muy similar a los ravioli, y tagliatelli) y todos nos quedamos contentos. Tambien ofrecian una buena variedad de carnes y pescados.
No olvideis pedir un vino italiano (os recomiendo un Cabernet del Trentino, pero cualquiera estara bueno).

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