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Bergamo was an unexpected highlight our three weeks in Northern Italy. A vibrant old town with towers, shops, restaurants, students, locals and tourists all mixed together in a beautiful city. Take some time here to just enjoy the setting.
It definitely worth to take the funicular to Citta Alta in the night, to see the beautiful old center of Bergamo and also to see the stunning view from the top of the hill. Small streets with 5 to 5m bakeries, cosy coffee shops and...More
My trip to Italy included a bucket list item to visit Bergamo. It was definitely "save the best till last" for this beautiful place. We loved the little narrow streets & alleyways full of interesting shops, cafes, restaurants and history. A very quaint, friendly, alive...More
Easily reached by funicular railway and about 1.7km from the town railway station. Return fare is 5.2 Euro for two adults. The citta alta is a lively place to visit with a lot of shops selling local food specialties, a duomo in the main square...More
To get away from the mediocrity of Milan, we got on the train and took a 50 minute ride to Bergamo. This city is just lovely and however you decide to get to Citta Alta, it is worth going up to see. Walking around on...More
This is a wonderful old town surrounded by walls. I came back after more than 4 years and I am still impressed by the history and architecture of this place. Yes, sure the place is touristy and crowded at times and especially during week ends....More
I’m sorry I don’t know whether or not the shops are open on a Sunday. I would think many would be as the focus is very much on tourism. I’m sure you could find out by asking locally wherever you are staying. I hope you enjoy... More
I’m sorry I don’t know whether or not the shops are open on a Sunday. I would think many would be as the focus is very much on tourism. I’m sure you could find out by asking locally wherever you are staying. I hope you enjoy your visit!