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Hotels.com caters to single travellers, group travellers and families wishing to explore Bergamo, the 'City on the hill'. Providing special rates for families and children, it's much easier for parents to create affordable holidays - especially when all the hard work of choosing a hotel is done with a simple Hotels.com search. Use our filtering system to ensure you only have to choice from a selection of hotels that meets your requirements, and then read reviews written by previous guests to help you make up your mind. You can also see photos of hotel interiors and facilities so you can find accommodation that really suits you. Rest assured, once your desired hotel is chosen, the rest of the holiday plans will fall into place quickly! Hotels.com has a fantastic selection of famous hotels and unique accommodation options. Famous for its culinary delights that will satisfy any palate, you'll find traditional cheeses, locally produced olive oils, cured meats, desserts, the classic Polenta and other fine cuisine to enjoy in the city of Bergamo.

What's Bergamo Like?

Bergamo is known for its stunning backdrop and profile of church towers and spires. Some its most popular historic attractions are found in the Citta Alta, which is a medieval hilltop town connected to the lower part of the city by cable car, footpaths and roads. Bergamo Cathedral, the Rocca (Castle), the Colleoni chapel, the Lorenza Rota botanical garden and the Citadella are just some of the dominating sights in the upper part of the city. Travellers staying in Bergamon hotels should not miss a chance to visit Piazza Vecchia, a beautifully preserved medieval square and the architectural masterpiece, the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, just off the square past the Ragione Palace.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Bergamo

A real 'tale of two cities', Bergamo has two very different sections: the modern, lower city and the rich, historical upper city. Many of the main sights can be seen comfortably travelling on foot, but it's recommended that you travel between Citta Alta and Citta Bassa using the cablecars. Hotels.com offers a large selection of Bergamo hotels with real guest reviews, help from travel experts that speak 11+ languages, and special prices for those who choose to book with us. We suggest that you learn a few of the basics of Italian language to help you during your stay. Start interactions with "Parla inglese" to break the ice and help communication. Buonasera, meaning good afternoon or evening, is a traditionally used greeting while entering small shops. Per favore, grazie and scusi are please, thank you and excuse me, respectively. A little Italian will go a long way! Check out our selection and plan a great holiday.



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