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Where we are

B&B Bergamo Rota's House

Via Cucchi, 3    24122 Bergamo 

+39 3914787943

bnbrotashouse@gmail.com

In the center of Bergamo at the foot of the High Town: 

300 meters from the funicular for "Citta Alta" and "Sentierone"

400 meters from Bergamo Train Station,

2 km from Bergamo A4 MI-VE motorway exit,

40 minutes from the center of Milan,

15 minutes from Milan / Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport and the Orio Center Shopping Center

20 minutes from the Amusement Park "Leolandia Minitalia"

25 minutes from Crespi d'Adda End Worker's Village 800 Unesco Heritage

30 minutes from the birthplace of Pope John XXIII  Sotto il Monte

15 minutes from the new Bergamo Pope John XXIII Hospital.

Bergamo upside down...

Città Alta, is part of the Old Town, a symbol of the city, defined by the architect Le Corbusier "the most beautiful square in Europe": the square has reached its splendor during Venetian domination. In this large square is the Palazzo della City age, the Campanone, a former civic tower that every night at 10 o'clock marks the 100 shots that in the past marked the closure of the city's gates at night.The nearby square of the Duomo where the Duomo, the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, In Romanesque style, built in the 12th century tomb of Gaetano Donizetti, Bergamo composer and operaist, and the Colleoni Chapel. It continues to the Citadel until reaching Colle Aperto, where one of the four gates of the city is located, that is San Alessandro with The Venetian emblem of the San Marco Lion. Crossing the door you can then reach the funicular that leads to the Colle di San Vigilio. And again the Remembrances Park, which is on the hill of Sant'Eufemia, the highest in Bergamo.Bergamo Bassa is less fascinating than the high city. There are no stunning panoramic views, yet this modern part of the city has much to offer visitors. It starts with the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie with the former annexed convent, you continue with the propilei of Porta Nuova, until you arrive at Palazzo Frizzoni, the Town Hall. The building overlooks Piazza Matteotti where you can also admire some important monuments, such as the Icaro Manzù Partisan and Cavour's statue of Bistolfi.Do not miss, at this point, a walk along the paved path, between shops and ancient palaces. Among other places worthy of note in the city is the famous Donizetti Theater, the Church of San Bartolomeo, the Tower of the Fallen of Piazza Vittorio Veneto and the Cloister of Santa Marta.