Discover Bergamo



Bergamo, a city rich in history, art and culture, offers many attractions for visitors wishing to discover the beauty of northern Italy. The city is divided into two parts: the lower town and the upper town. The upper city is an ancient medieval town surrounded by ancient walls where you can admire many churches, squares and historic buildings, including the Cathedral of Santa Maria Maggiore and the Rocca. In addition, the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore is a splendid Baroque basilica that houses works of art by artists such as Lorenzo Lotto and Giovan Battista Moroni.

The Natural Science Museum "Enrico Caffi" is dedicated to nature and science, with numerous interactive and educational exhibits. The Civic Archaeological Museum, on the other hand, houses a vast collection of archaeological artifacts that tell the story of the city and the region.

The Donizetti Theater, dedicated to the famous Bergamasque composer Gaetano Donizetti, offers opera performances and concerts throughout the year. Piazza Vecchia is one of Bergamo's most famous squares, surrounded by historic buildings, cafes and restaurants.

Finally, the funicular railway connects the lower town with the upper town and provides spectacular views of the city and surrounding mountains.

Don't forget to also enjoy the local cuisine, including the famous Taleggio cheese and the region's typical cured meats. Bergamo is a city that offers a wide range of attractions for all tastes, from history to art, culture to nature. If you are looking for a unique destination in Italy, Bergamo is definitely a winning choice.

Main places of interest and distances



Donizetti Theater



A 3-minute walk away

Railway station



5 minutes on foot or by bus - Line 1

Carrara Academy



9 minutes away by bus - Line 7

Atleti Azzurri d'Italia Stadium



10 minutes away by bus - Line 6

Bergamo Upper Town



15 minutes by Funicular or Bus - Line 1