Bergamo Brescia

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BERGAMO
bergamo Two cities in one, Bergamo Bassa and Bergamo Alta, connected by two funiculars. Cupolas, towers, and palaces embraced by 5 kilometres of walls, which in July 2017 became a UNESCO World Heritage Site as the westernmost end of the "Venetian defence works from the 16th and 17th centuries: State of the Western Sea Land-State".

Strolling through mighty doors and ramparts, through places of culture such as the Accademia Carrara and places of artistic interest such as Piazza Vecchia, the "perfect" square also loved by the architect Le Corbusier, you will be transported to a page of unparalleled history, all to be discovered. But that's not all: Bergamo was also home to the composer Gaetano Donizetti to whom the city dedicates a great opera festival every year.


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4 regional lines and 1 RegioExpress line take you to Bergamo [Download regional train map

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The "Lioness of Italy," a name attributed to it by the poet Giosuè Carducci for the courage shown during the Ten Day Insurrection, is a city of culture and passion.

 

A journey back in time through the Brixia Romana, a UNESCO heritage site, and Renaissance elegance: wonderful squares, a crenellated castle, two cathedrals, a theatre built as a tribute to Napoleon Bonaparte, and the civic museums including the Santa Giulia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2011.
In May, the roaring motors of the famous "1000miglia," a fixed appointment for the city since 1927, leave here, and in September, the world's most beloved Opera Festival takes place, transforming the entire city into a magical open-air theatre.


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discounts of up to 25% on admission to the main civic museums of Brescia (Museo di S. Giulia, Brixia; Roman Brescia Archaeological Park; New Eden Museum of Arms and Cinema)


TO BRESCIA BY TRAIN!

5 regional lines and 2 RegioExpress lines take you to Bergamo [Download regional train map

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Two cities in one, Bergamo Bassa and Bergamo Alta, connected by two funiculars. Cupolas, towers, and palaces embraced by 5 kilometres of walls, which in July 2017 became a UNESCO World Heritage Site as the westernmost end of the "Venetian defence works from the 16th and 17th centuries: State of the Western Sea Land-State" .