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During our stay we visited a couple of times , Good Friday , what a special time the narrow streets were busy the opened out to an Easter Vigil in main square . Then on Easter... read more

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scotland
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During our stay we visited a couple of times , Good Friday , what a special time the narrow streets were busy the opened out to an Easter Vigil in main square . Then on Easter Monday the queue for the cable car was hugh, so we walked up the steps!! ( how unfit are we). Lots of lovely shops,... More 

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Realy nice old city and although it is not that big as one can imagine it is good for food, pizza and ice cream. Santa Maria Maggiore and Duomo are a must to visit.

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Thank GeorgeB6
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Reviewed 4 days ago NEW

Set aside a few hours or a full day to enjoy the cobblestone streets and small shops. Panoramic views. Very crowded when we were there - it was Pasquetta (day AFTER Easter) and everyone was enjoying a leisurely stroll through the town.

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Reviewed 5 days ago NEW

Really beautifull and charming old town that stole my heart. The atmosphere on the streets was unique. There are so many places to see, but for me the best thing was just to wonder around and feel the atmosphere. The views were stunning.

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Reviewed 5 days ago NEW

It would be impossible not to go the Citta Alta as a tourist in Bergamo. I guess for most, like us, it is the reason for visiting. It is fairly small, but I doubt if it would disappoint, with its views, squares, medieval buildings and narrow streets. The main issue, I would imagine, is that it could become a victim... More 

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Timisoara, Romania
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Reviewed 5 days ago NEW via mobile

La Citta Alta is one of the nicest old areas I have visited. Not very large but full of life: terraces, small restaurants, people. I only regret that I had only few hours to enjoy it.

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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW via mobile

Up on the hill you walk through narrow streets among churches and other large old buildings and you get a good feel how it was to live in an old Italian town hundreds of years ago. The main church is absolutely stunning and the walk around will take you about 1h to fully enjoy and absorb a bit of historic... More 

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Reviewed 1 week ago

A medieval city surrounded by Venetian fortifications, the upper city is a must see location during any visit to Bergamo. Away from the beautiful, but crowded Piazza Vecchia and its surrounding streets, there are tremendous views available from the city walls towards the mountains or overlooking the lower city. It's worth getting the funicular on the ascent just for the... More 

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a must and great to mooch about on a Sunday morning. The Cathedral is amazing and there's a great little tourist train. Get the second funiculor up to the remains of the old castle to get some amazing views. Fabulous on a sunny day!

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This area is absolutely stunning. It's like stepping back in time. The cobbled streets, wine bars, restaurants and the square are just like out of a classic Italian movie beautiful. It's so romantic and has a great buzz about it. I cannot wait to return here.

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