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- Papa Giovanni XXIII Hospital
- Piazza Vecchia
- Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore
- University of Bergamo
- Creberg Teatro Bergamo
- Centro Congressi Giovanni XXIII
- Parco Faunistico Le Cornelle
- Fiera Campionaria di Bergamo
- Oratory of Our Lady of Ghiaie
- Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia
- Funivia Albino Selvino
- Bergamo Fair Trade Center
- Archaeological Civic Museum
- Villa Canton
- Teatro Donizetti
- Largo Porta Nuova
- Parco della Rocca e Fauna Orobica
Best hotels in Bergamo
Bergamo is a city in the Lombardy region of northern Italy, and offers a wealth of inspiring architecture, from the artistic style of the Renaissance period to the highly gothic and baroque influence of religious buildings. The city has somewhat of a double identity, with a historic hilltop Upper Town (Città Alta), as well as a more modern Lower Town (Città Bassa). Bergamo offers everything from modern night clubs to historic ruins and museums. Spend an afternoon in the city center and you will quickly appreciate the centuries of history and culture that have gone into making Bergamo what it is today. With the help of Hotels.com, you can easily find and book your ideal hotel in Bergamo which suits your budget and expectations. Take advantage of our interactive map of the area around your hotel, our thousands of photo galleries, and thousands of user submitted hotel reviews.
What's Bergamo Like?
Whether you prefer the history and culture of the hilltop Upper Town or the more modern shops in Lower Town, Bergamo has something for everyone. Of course, the main attraction for many is La Citta' Alta (The Upper Town) with its narrow medieval streets, historic squares, and gothic cathedrals, ideal for an afternoon of exploration. You can find many museums and galleries throughout the city, such as Museo di Scienze Naturali Caffi (Natural History Museum) and Civico Museo Archeologico (Civic Archaeological Museum), with its many ancient artifacts and exhibits. If you are itching to spend some money, then shopping malls such as the Orio Commercial Center and Cthe urno Shopping Center offer many popular fashion brands as well as local specialty stores.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Bergamo
The city experiences a humid sub-tropical climate, which results in dry summers with little rainfall, as well as pleasantly warm winters. From June to August, the summer months can expect average afternoon temperatures of around 82° Fahrenheit, which have been known to rise as high as 100° Fahrenheit on occasion. Although the city is popular with sightseeing tourists, try not to expect many of the locals to speak English. Instead, either try to learn a few basic Italian phrases such as "Parla Inglese?" (Do you speak English?), or carry a pocket reference book. The Bergamo railway station is connect to most destinations throughout the Lombardy region if you fancy a day trip out of the city to the likes of Milan, Lecco, or Monza - and Hotels.com can you help you book a hotel in any city if you choose to leave Bergamo. Be sure to visit both the historic Upper Town and the more modern Lower Town, as each offer their own particular flavor of Bergamo.