Bergamo’s beautiful upper town, the Città Alta (pictured above), is a magical place well worth visiting. Use this website to help you plan your trip to Bergamo in Northern Italy and find your way to some of the other lovely towns and villages in Lombardia that are perhaps less well known to tourists.


Pizzeria Capri provides plenty of choice

Whatever your taste in pizza toppings, the Pizzeria Capri Trattoria in Bergamo’s Città Bassa (lower town) probably has it on the menu.
There are more than 250 types of pizza listed from the different regions of Italy, using a variety of ingredients. Bergamo has a page of its own featuring locally produced cheeses.
The restaurant even offers pizze made from wholewheat flour and a dessert pizza topped with chocolate.
I tried a pizza napoletana when I went there for lunch a few weeks ago and I thought the base of the pizza was excellent and the topping tasted authentic.
Pizzeria Capri Trattoria has been owned by the Fratelli Nasti (Nasti brothers) for more than 40 years and is in a handy location in Via Zambonate, a short walk from Porta Nuova in the centre.
The restaurant has a beamed ceiling with brick archways and is fitted out in the Italian colours with red tablecloths, white covers and green painted chairs.
There are pasta, meat and fish dishes on the menu and tempting displays of antipasti and dolce (desserts).
A wide range of bottled beers and wines are listed, but you can also order draught beer and Prosecco served by the jug.

The Pizzeria Capri Trattoria is closed on Mondays but on other days it is open from 12 till 3pm for lunch and from 6.30pm to midnight for dinner.
To book telephone 035 247911or do it on line at http://www.danasti.it/

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