Lower Bergamo
In the middle of the Parco dei Colli, winding through the elegant streets of the city centre, the medieval boroughs and many parks. A city to see and to live.
Lower Bergamo
Porta Nuova: it once marked the boundary of the city, now it’s the centre of the Lower Town. Between the columns of its neoclassical propylaea, is the unmistakable skyline of the Upper Town.
Lower Bergamo
Sentierone: it crosses the city from east to west, bound by two extremes at either end. The Church of St. Bartholomew on one end and Piazza Pontida on the other. It is the ultimate shopping destination for the Bergamo locals.
Lower Bergamo
Donizetti Theatre: the majestic testament of the city’s love of opera is named after the greatest Bergamasco composer. It is one of the largest theatres in Italy.
Lower Bergamo
Accademia Carrara and GAMeC: classical and contemporary art separated only by a road, via S. Tomaso, which leads directly to the Upper Town. A wealth of immense works wanting to be admired.
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