Lovere Travel Guide

  • Children playing at the fountain
    Children playing at the fountain
    by suvanki
  • Wooden ceiling Via Brighenti
    Wooden ceiling Via Brighenti
    by suvanki
  • Painting of angel and children in mountain setting
    Painting of angel and children in...
    by suvanki

Lovere Things to Do

  • Torre Civica

    Located in Pazza Vittorio Emanuele, the Torre Civica is the civic bell tower of Lovere.Many of the old paintings on the tower have been lost with age but a lion of St Mark is still clearly visible.The tower is part of the remaining evidence of a 12th Century castle, built by the Celeri family. Lovere still has ramparts from its period as a medieval...

  • Santuaria delle Santa Gerosa e Capitanio

    This beautiful church offers sights to be enjoyed for all that choose to view. The church, built to a square plan, has three naves and encapsulated chapel (which forms the entry hall to the "Conventino").The church was consecrated in 1938 and is dedicated to Christ, King of the Virgins, and was erected in honour of Saints Bartolomea Capitanio and...

  • Basilica di S. Maria in Valvendra

    Built during the late 1470s, this Basilica sits on a reclaimed river basin, giving it the designation "in Val Vendra".It opened to the public in 1480 whilst work continued on the interior of the Basilica in the form of pictorial works including those by Floriana Ferramola and Ottaviano Viviani.Unfortunately, the Basilica was not open to the public...

  • First Stop - Tourist Information

    Just opposite the main bus stop in Lovere, you will find the town's small tourist information office. Here, helpful staff are able to provide information regarding the town, including a walking tour map.

  • Basilica di Santa Maria in Valvendra

    This church, dedicated to Santa Maria was built between 1473 and 1480, on land reclaimed from a river bed (Val vendre) at a time when Lovere was secure under the protection of the Venetian Republic, and prosperous due to its position on the trading routes. (Woolen cloth was exported from Italy to other European countries and beyond)Lovere...

  • Tourist Information Office and Useful...

    The Tourist Information Office (Ufficio I.A.T. - Alto Sebino) is to be found as you alight the bus from Bergamo. It offers maps, guides on things to see and do around Lake Iseo and Bergamo province etc. Also hotel and transport information. Ferry and bus timetables are displayed in the window.The TI officer was quite friendly, and suggested things...


Lovere Hotels

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  • Hotel Lovere

    Via Marconi 97, Lovere, 24065, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Continental

    Viale Dante 3, Lovere, 24065, Italy

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Belvedere

    Via Marconi 69, Lovere, 24065, it

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Families

Lovere Restaurants

  • Coffee and cakes

    During our wander through Lovere's Old Town, we decided to take a break to enjoy afternoon coffee and cakes.We came across this small bar and decided to check out their coffee. Lucky for us, they also had a small selection of cakes - which we simply had to try. Great coffee with a small selection of cakes - two of which we both wanted to try so we...

  • Great views!

    After a short stroll along the lakeside and into the lower part of this hillside town, Suvanki and I decided to have lunch beside the lake - Lago di Iseo. Quickly, we opted for Bar Centrale as this was one of very few options that were actually lakeside.We decided to eat up on the rooftop terrace which has great views over the lake (although it was...

  • Lakeside Restaurant with roof terrace

    This restaurant is on the lakeside in the centre of Lovere, we'd walked past it, expecting to find more lakeside restaurants away from the centre, but in the end we decided that the roof terrace looked quite enticing!Lake Iseo is apparently 'full of fish', with the daily catch being sold to the lakeside restaurants, so I was looking forward to...


Lovere Transportation

  • By Bus from Bergamo

    We chose to visit Lovere on a Saturday in May 2011. The bus take a little over an hour as it winds through beautiful Italian scenery, passing from village to small town as it skirts around the Italian lakes of Endine and Iseo.Tickets cost €7.80 for a return from Bergamo to Lovere.When boarding buses in Italy, it is important to validate your ticket...

  • Bergamo to Lovere

    When planning our trip to Lake Iseo, we consulted the helpful staff at Bergamo Tourist Information Office, which is adjacent to the bus station (and is also near to the train station)We were provided with a timetable of the ferry crossings, which we realised wouldn't allow us to travel between more of the lakeside towns/villages as the connections...

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Lovere Shopping

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  • Get your milk while its "hot"

    Okay this is not a strict "shopping tip" by the exact definition, but interesting enough to me to mention it here...We found a milk vending machine in Lovere, Italy.You can see the photos, it comes complete with empty milk bottles and a very photogenic rendering of a nice cow. Pasturized milk, in several sizes and yougurt to boot....who could...

  • Get a bargain here!

    Alighting from the bus, we had spotted market stalls lining the lake-side. It was surprisingly larger than I'd thought at first. First of all we wandered around the food stalls - A variety of local products including cheeses, cured meats, fruit and vegetables - all brightly coloured and appealing. We were nearly drooling over the plump...

  • Stalls by the Score!

    On Saturday mornings you will find the town's local market. Stalls offer a selection of goods from clothing to housewares, fruit and vegetables to dairy produce. Great cheeses and fresh fruit. Prices at all the stalls seemed very reasonable. The cheeses, in particular, appeared to be of good value.


Lovere Off The Beaten Path

  • Vincenza Gerosa

    On a wall, above a door way, I spotted this marble plaque, which appeared to be in honour of Vincentia Gerosa, I wasn't sure if this indicated where she was born or lived. A couple of attractive bunches of flowers tied with straw adourned the plaque, and there was a bas relief of Vincenza. Well, I had no idea who she was, but since returning home,...

  • Via Brighenti - an old thoroughfare

    Wandering around Lovere, we came across this interesting 'stairway' that linked 2 roads on different levels. The roof was of a traditional design, similar to some that I'd seen in the sotoportagos in Venice.On one of the walls was a framed painting (pic 3) of an angel watching over 2 children crossing a bridge over a river in the mountains. Sadly a...

  • Don't Forget Insurance

    If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.

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