Day Trips in BergamoEdit This
San Pellegrino Terme, the home of the world famous mineral water, is in Brembana Valley. It is alongside the Brembana River and has a Casinò, bars, cafes, restaurants, tennis courts, swimming pools, mini golf, hotels, festivals and street markets.
Walk along the Brembo River or have a cappucino and socialize while watching the people walk by.
Or go to one of the lakes for a boat trip, a show or a concert.
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One of the least known lakes in Lombardy, Lake Endine, with its mountains and landscape reflected in the water, offers a very suggestive sight. It�s a quiet, relaxing place of entertainment, off the beaten track. It�s a sort of outdoor gym for water sports (sailing, windsurf, canoeing and boat racing) and a well-known place for fishing, in winter, with its frozen waters. It offers a very particular sight at this height.
It can be easily reach by bus from Bergamo, in about 4o minutes.
Best place to stay at Endine Lake is the pictoresque more..
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At the Minitalia Leolandia Park you can tour all of Italy, visiting its monuments even by sea, see hundreds of fish from all over the world, a fantastic shell exhibition, 250 kinds of reptiles (even the scariest ones!), 200 types of parrots and farm animals, too. And don't forget the Kids' Corner, the breathtaking flume rides on the Mississippi Boats, the Petroleum evolutions, the dizzy feats of Aladdin's Carpet and the Cannibals' Cauldrons. Directions: Minitalia Leolandia Park is located 300 meters from the Capriate highway exit tollbooth (highway A4, halfway between Bergamo and more..
Lake Iseo has many hidden cities all along its banks and the biggest southernmost one is Sarnico. Here the lake is also called Lake of Sarnico. There are boat trips, restaurants, camp grounds, boating, windsurfing and beaches with parks.
Guide to Lake Iseo
Lake Iseo, also known as Lake Sebino, is the fourth largest lake in the Lombardy region of Italy. The lake was formed by the Valcamonica Glacier, and is 24 kilometres long and up to 5 kilometres wide. This width more..
Parco Faunistico LE CORNELLE is a zoo that has hundreds of animals such as mammals, birds and reptiles.
Exhibitions, shows, markets and concerts are only some of the things to do and see at the Lake of Como. The town of Como is a business, art and tourist center for many events.
People come from all over Europe to go to Gardaland which is a great place for kids and their parents, and it's by the Lake of Garda. It's a small version of Disneyland. Near this theme park is Caneva Sport which is a huge water slide park including an ice rink with shows and a high diving performance - including some clowns! Mini Italia is a reproduction of Italy. Prehistory Park has great dinosaurs. You can imagine what Fantasy World is. You can get more information from the Bergamo Tourist Office.
Brembana Valley is north of Bergamo and good for both winter and summer travel activities. Stay for a day, a week, a month or forever!
Queen Elizabeth came here by train, when the train was still functioning. She would stay at the Grand Palace Hotel, walk by the river or go to the Casinò.
If you have a car or take the bus there are some beautiful mountains to see and trails to hike around on. You can go to the top through San Marco Pass or just explore all around the Brembana Valley. See San Pellegrino Spa and the Casino or just the small old mountain towns and vllages.
The house of Harlequin is in the Medieval village of Oneta, which consisted of a population comprised of mostly of farmers with their houses, barns sheds, and animal pens clustered around the center of the village, which was surrounded by plowed fields and pastures. Medieval society depended on the village for protection and a majority of people during these centuries called a village home. Most were born, toiled, married, had children and later died within the village, rarely venturing beyond its boundaries. Hours: 10-12 e 15-18 Tel: 0345.43262 by more..
San Tomè is a Romanesque religious temple built between the XI and XII centuries. It is of circular form with a cross-shaped window that lets the sun shine on the altar on the day of summer equinox. Next to it is a restored convent from the XIII century.
It is located in Almenno San Bartolomeo on the edge of the cliff overlooking the Brembo river in a forest of chestnut trees and near some beautiful agricultural fields.
Hours from November thru April: Sunday and holidays 10.00-12.00 and 14.30-17.00;
from May thru October; Saturday 14.30-18.00; Sunday more..