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Milan Hop-On Hop-Off Tour by Vintage Tram with MilanoCard
"With your MilanoCard 24h handy hop aboard one of Milan’s vintage trams and begin exploring. Milan mixes centuries of history with impressive modern architecture and the MilanoCard brings you closer to all of it. Mingle with the fashionistas soak up the atmosphere and marvel at the stunning scenery — the MilanoCard is your key to the best Milan has to offer!Wander through ancient piazzas to discover city gems such as the Royal Villa and its gardens or explore Milan’s famous cathedral Duomo di Milano. Construction of the cathedral began in 1386 and took almost six centuries. It stands today as the fifth largest cathedral in the world.Hop off at Piazza Castello and enjoy discounted access to Sforza Castle an imposing stone fortress with a history dating back to the 15th century. Sforza Castle houses some of Milan’s finest art collections alongside an array of magnificent museums. Perhaps jump back on the tram and head to Piazza Scala to visit La Scala considered by many to be the most famous opera house in the world. Alternatively
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Milan City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"Step aboard the Milan city hop-on hop-off bus tour at any of the stops along the three available bus routes. With more than 30 stops to choose from you can easily find a stop that’s convenient for you.Find a seat on the open-air double decker bus and look out at the sights of Milan. Stay on Line A (red line) for its total 90-minute route and pass by the 14th-century Castello Sforzesco (Sforza Ca the world-renowned La Scala opera house and Piazza Duomo the square where Milan Cathedral (Duomo) stands.Line B (blue line) boasts highlights including the historic Porta Venezia city gate Il Cenacolo Vinciano and Palazzo Lombardia home to Milan’s modern skyscrapers. Jump aboard line C (green line) to see the Monumental Cemetery or San Siro football stadium. Then disembark at San Babila to browse the luxury stores on Milan’s fashionable Via Montenapoleone.Pick out the places that you want to see most and create your own perfect sightseeing experience. Want a closer look at one of Milan’s landmarks? Go ahead a
From EUR22.00
 
2-Hour Milan By Night Walking Tour
"Watch Milan’s night-life scene come alive on this 2-hour sightseeing walking tour. Kick off the evening with an aperitif and then see Milan’s beautiful squares and monuments lit up at night on a guided tour through the city center. See and learn abou Corso Venezia Piazza del Duomo La Scala Sforza Castle and Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio.Accompanied by the lights of the evening we will spend together a couple of hours around Milan to therediscovery of the many small and large treasures that during the day we use to ignore.At each ""By Night"" appointment we will deal with a zone or a district always different this time we will discover the history of Piazza San Babila recounting its origins and history
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There is a little known ticket which costs 7 euro and allows you 72 hours transport on all the buses, including the airport transfer coach, along with the funicular up to Citta Alta and San Viglilio,...
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Bus to Bergamo from the airport

It is very, very easy to get to Bergamo from Orio al Serio airport.The frequent 1A airport bus (on the display at the front of the bus there is a little icon of a plane next to the 1A) runs from...
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Bus 1A

This useful bus service runs frequently from Bergamo station up to Largo Colle Aperto in Citta Alta.On the way it stops at Largo Porta Nuova (by the Semperione), at the Bassa funicular station and...
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Ride the funiculars...

Bergamo is famous for its two funiculars.One runs up to Citta Alta from Citta Bassa, and the other runs from Citta Alta up to San Vigilio.The Citta Alta funicular made its first journey in 1887, The...
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Very easy by train.

Bergamo has its own railway station, in Citta Bassa. Since my last visit in 2012 the modernisation of the station building and the re-landscaping of the piazza in front of it has been...
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Parking on the street

Parking space is limited on the Bergamo streets. In the Città alta there is hardly any in the narrow streets.And pay your parking tickets or else ...Here's a list of Bergamo parking garages.
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The airport.

Bergamo airport is named Orio al Serio. It has only a terminal. It is used mostly by various low cost air companies as Ryanair, Wind Jet and Wizz Air. Inside the airport there are several shops, a...
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24 Hour Pass

Bergamo has excellent local transportation to enable tourists to travel around the town. One of the ticketing options available to you is the 24-hour pass. At a price of €3.50 (correct at December...
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By bus.

Bergamo has a good bus network. You can explore the upper town by foot. It isn' t large. You can take n. 1A bus some meters out of the train station to get there. There is also a bus from the airport...
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Visit Bergamo by public transportation

Bergamo is one of the most charming cities in Italy, however a little for shyness a little for modesty, its charme is not fully appreciated. I suggest you to discover this wonderful city slowly, in an...
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Gulliberg Tourist Road Train

The Bergamo ATB also offers a tourist sightseeing road train called Gulliberg.The train is in service on Sundays and Bank Holidays between 2PM and 7PM.The ride is from the upper funicular station and...
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Rental Bicycles

Bergamo has a number of rental bicycle stations called La BiGi. These are self service locations, where bicycles are parked in the street.Availability of bicycles can be checked on the real-time city...
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Train station

The Bergamo train station is a central point of trael connections at Bergamo. The major buslines serving Bergamo and the greater Bergamo area have a stop here and also the tram to Albino start...
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San Vigilio Funicular

The San Vigilio Funicular is a small cable car that connects the upper city via a steep track to the even higher San Vigilio. The track is 630 meters long and rises 91 meters in altitude.the current...
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Top Hotels in Bergamo

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Piazza Guglielmo Marconi 11, Bergamo, Bergamo Province, 24122, Italy
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Viale Papa Giovanni XXIII, 100, Bergamo, Bergamo Province, 24121, Italy
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12 Viale Papa Giovanni XXIII, Bergamo, Bergamo Province, 24121, Italy
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Via Paleocapa 1/G * Bergamo, Bergamo, 24122, Italy
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Via Rivola, 10, Piazza Vecchia, Bergamo, Bergamo Province, 24100, Italy
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Largo Porta Nuova 12, Bergamo, Bergamo Province, 24122, Italy
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Top Things to Do in Bergamo

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Piazza Vecchia

This beautiful square in the centre of Bergamo has a lovely fountain in the centre. This is decorated with white marble lions donated to the city by Alvise Contarini in 1780. On the north side there...
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Basilica S. Maria Maggiore

'The left-hand transept porch' doesn't sound like a very exciting title, does it? But, believe me, spending a few minutes having a close look at the left-hand porch of Basilica Santa Maria Maggiore...
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Citta Alta

The historic laundry in the Upper city is near to the Gombito Tower. It was built in the XIX century and it was used till the '50es. Now it is one of the most typical place in the Upper City of...
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Colleoni Chapel

The Cappella Colleoni makes a very strong statement about the person who had it built. Its entrance adjoins that of Santa Maria Maggiore, but it is much, much bigger and much, much more impressive....
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Duomo - Cattedrale di Sant'Alessandro

Walk through the arches of the Palace of Reason and you enter the Piazza del Duomo - Cathedral Square. On this square you will find the cathedral, the baptistry, the Church of Saint-Mary Major and the...
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City Walls

One of the most striking boulevard in Italy! The Venetian Walls are the walls built in Bergamo during the Venetian domination. In the XIX century they lost their defense purpose and became a green...
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"My Tale of Two Cities!"
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"A tale of two (Italian) cities"
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"Bergamo"
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"Town of two parts......"
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"Bergamo Città Alta, what a beautiful discovery!"
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