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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 Segway Tour by Night
"Meet your guide in central Milan and start with a 30-minute orientation session to get familiar with your Segway. Once you’re comfortable pull on your helmet and set off behind your tour leader. Weave through Milan's chic streets which are even more magical at night when buildings are illuminated and lights flicker through windows.Zip through Milan’s historical center toward the most contemporary parts of the city. Pass by Porta Garibaldi an eye-catching neoclassical gate and into Corso Como a trendy pedestrianised street that’s thronged with cool cafes bars and boutiques. As you ride
From EUR75.00
 
Villa Necchi Campiglio Small-Group Tour
"Villa Necchi Campiglio is a magnificent treasure of art and architecture in the centre of Milan.The Villa was built by Piero Portaluppi between 1932 and 1935 for the family of Angelo Campiglio his wife Gigina Necchi and his sister-in-law Nedda.The world of the Necchi Campiglio family was that of bourgeoise Lombard industrialists comfortably well-off but also hard-working and up-to-date whose wealth was based on the invention of the well-known Necchi sewing machine. Portaluppi was succeeded by Tomaso Buzzi who after the second world war imbued the rooms with a more classic
From EUR10.00

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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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Via Gombito 22, Bergamo, Bergamo Province, 24100, Italy
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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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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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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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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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Colleoni Chapel

The Colleoni's chapel is the mausoleum of Bartolomeo Colleoni, a military leader that made this chapel build as tomb for himself and for his daughter Medea. In the chapel there is a wonderful golden...
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Citta Bassa

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...
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Castel San Vigilio

From the upper town we took a scenic and enjoyable funicular ride to San Vigilio with its castle remains and beautiful views. I mentioned before that people in Bergamo were lovely. The funicular...
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Walking

The typical pavement in the streets of Città Alta looks like this: fist-sized natural cobblestones and deep gaps in between. Adjust the selection of your shoes. Wearing high heels is not a good...
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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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