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Bergamo is a northern Italian city situated in the foothills of the Alps, roughly halfway between Milan and Lake Garda. The city is divided into two sections: the Citta Alta (Upper Town) and the Citta Bassa (Lower Town). The Upper Town, accessible by funicular railway or on foot, is a charming walled city with cobblestone streets, medieval squares, and historic landmarks like the Piazza Vecchia and the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore. The Lower Town is the modern centre, with shops, restaurants, and a contemporary vibe. Bergamo offers a mix of historical and cultural attractions, alongside opportunities for outdoor activities in the nearby mountains. The climate is generally mild with warm summers and cool winters.

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Airports near Bergamo

There are multiple ways to reach Bergamo - here are 4 airports you can use to get to Bergamo.

Milan Bergamo Airport

Located just 5 kilometres southeast of Bergamo, this is the closest international airport to the city. It serves as a hub for low-cost airlines and offers a wide range of domestic and international flights.


Milan Malpensa Airport

Situated approximately 90 kilometres west of Bergamo, Milan Malpensa is the largest international airport in the region. It offers numerous direct flights to destinations worldwide and is well-connected to Bergamo by road and rail.


Milan Linate Airport

Located around 50 kilometres southwest of Bergamo, Milan Linate is another major airport serving the region. It primarily handles domestic and European flights, making it a convenient option for travellers coming from nearby countries.


Verona Villafranca Airport

Situated approximately 100 kilometres east of Bergamo, Verona Villafranca Airport is a regional airport that offers a range of domestic and international flights. While it is a bit further away, it can be a good alternative for travellers who prefer a smaller airport or have difficulty finding direct flights to Bergamo.

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Things to do in Bergamo

Discovering the many attractions of Bergamo can be quite a task, so we've narrowed down our top 3:

Città Alta (Upper City)

This is the historic heart of Bergamo, perched high above the modern city. Enclosed by Venetian walls, the Città Alta is a maze of narrow medieval streets, charming piazzas, and beautiful churches. The Piazza Vecchia, the old town square, is a must-visit with its stunning architecture and the iconic Campanone (bell tower). The panoramic views of the city from the upper town are simply breathtaking.

Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore

This 12th-century church is a masterpiece of Lombard Romanesque architecture. The interior is a feast for the eyes with its stunning frescoes, intricate wood carvings, and gold accents. The adjoining Cappella Colleoni, a Renaissance chapel, is equally impressive with its marble façade and richly decorated interiors.

Accademia Carrara

Art lovers should not miss this art gallery, which houses one of Italy's most important collections of medieval and Renaissance paintings. The gallery features works by masters such as Botticelli, Bellini, and Raphael. The Accademia Carrara is not just a feast for the eyes, but also a journey through the history of Italian art.