The Porta Sant’ Agostino city gate is the Southern gate to Città Alta for all motorized traffic. Although the center gate is just a single lane, all traffic (including the busses and trucks) have to... more
Take the lift up to the top of The Campanone - and I should have added - and don't forget to take your earplugs.
The Campanone, or Civic Tower, has played an important role in Bergamo's history, but... more
Città Bassa or the lower town is probably the first part of the town of Bergamo that you will encounter. The train station is the main port to town. The nicest thing about Città Bassa is that it's... more
The Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore is the biggest church in Città Alta and a top tourist attraction. Construction started in 1137 and building went on for some 200 years. But even in the 16th... more
This Chapel was constructed in the 15th century as a tomb for Baryolomeo Colleoni.
It's one of the most important architectual pieces of Lombard art.
Mo-Su: 9AM - 0:30PM; 2:30PM -... more
Bergamo is located about 45 km from Milan, sitting 249 metres above sea level in the foothills of the Orobic Alps, which is at the exit of the 2 valleys of the Val Seriana and Val Brembana The Rivers...
Bergamo was a lovely location in which to hold the 2012 VT Euromeeting. It has something for everyone – a picturesque old town (Città Alta) full of character, good restaurants, accommodation to suit...