Hotel Spampatti

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Cantoniera, 89, Passo della Presolana, Bergamo, 24020, Italy
Hotel Spampatti
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  • Solo0
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Forum Posts

early closing

by janeam

what are the opeing hours of shops in the City?
Does it have an early closing day?

Re: early closing

by leics

Most shops in Italy close between 6 and 7, sometimes later on some days of the week. Some open at 8 (newsagents, some food shops), some at 9, some not until 10 or even 11. Shop opening times seem to vary from shop to shop (and from day to day in some cases).

Some shops close for a few hours in the afternoon. I do not think 'early closing day' is a norm in Italy because of this practice and I have never noticed early closing anywhere when I have visited (which does not mean it does not exist, of course).

Re: early closing

by Manara

In Bergamo and the region of Lombardy most shops are closed on Sundays and on Monday mornings, but there is no early-closing day. Supermarkets and grocery shops mostly close at 20.00. Other shops can close at 19.00, 19.30 or 20.00.
Many shops, but not all, and especially not the department stores, close between 12.30 and 15.30.

Re: early closing

by cgf

like Manara said in Lombardia they have late openig day on Monday, other part of Italy is diferent, ie Emilia-Romagna the shops do not open on thursday afternoon. big supermarket and shopping center (and allo shops in it) usually are closed on Monday morning and they are opened all day other days, sometime also Sunday, usually December for sure, someelse also November and October plus some sundays during the year. In Tuscany many Esselunga are opened 7 days a week all year.

Travel Tips for Bergamo

Stairs, stairs everywhere!

by antz

I'm not sure that I could honestly say that this was my favourite thing about Bergamo - but there are steps everywhere!

Wandering around the Citta Alta, you will find so many little allyways which have a set of steps, and you can't even see where it ends! At one time, I did find this really useful actually. I was trying to figure out how to get out of the upper city, and just couldn't seem to find an exit. However, I did find a series of steps which seemed to be going endlessly downwards...I just started making my way down these, and came out at the Funicular! How helpful!

I did so much walking up and down steps that my legs are now solid! Very good if you want to lose a bit of weight!!

Clandestine Liquor Making

by painterdave

If you are lucky you will find a liquor maker, of which there are more than several in Bergamo. These talented individuals make a very fine raspberry and strawberry sherry type liquor. If you find one, it will be one of those, I know someone, whose father knows someone who makes......
Don't miss this chance to treat your palate to this craft.
Included here is one foto, the maker would not allow himself to be photographed due the the local officials who frown on this activity.

Monastero di Astino

by barrikello

This wonderful monastery is located in the western part of the city of Bergamo, near the street that reached Valbrembo. It's a magnific place deepened in the countryside, though it needs urgent restoration as it has been forgotten in the last 10 years.
The monastery used to be a relevant religious site since the XIII century.

Using the Funicular train in Bergamo

by Ekaterinburg

Bergamo is divided into upper and lower cities - Citta Alta and Citta Bassa. The bus from the airport will drop you right at the funicular stop in the lower city and then a five minute ride by Funicular will bring you to the centre of the upper city. The funicular is tiny and really old-fashioned. It goes up almot perpendicularly and the views as you look back are terrific. However, when you reach the upper city at Piazza Mercato delle Scarpe you need to climb again. This time a little foot slog is involved as you have to walk uphill, right through the town, to reach the second funicular station. This second trip brings you even higher to San Vigilio Hill and the castle. On this leg of the funicular you will get some superb photos of the Citta Alta below and the surrounding countryside.

Vt member Maurizio, has just pointed out to me that you can of course get to the Citta Alta by bus as well. This is true but I think for most visitors, the trip on the funicular would be more enjoyable. Thank's for the info Maurizio.

Specialities of Lombardia and beyond

by Paisleypaul about La Bruschetta

Brilliantly warm welcome from brilliantly warm people here, they were pouring out the prosecco for us as soon as they showed us to our seats.

Starter was a mix of local cheeses and meats platter (pictured) and sea bass and pollo arrosto followed by dolce with excelletn Acqua Panna and local whites Sea bass a la Siciliana, but every course was a hit.

Went here on our frst night and knew that it would not be topped!


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