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.


Hotel Avogadro at the heart of San Pellegrino

For a relaxing break in the countryside north of Bergamo, consider staying in San Pellegrino Terme.
This elegant spa town has plenty of amenities, whether you are there to take the waters or not.
River Brembo in San Pellegrino Terme
It is in the middle of beautiful countryside but is within easy reach of Bergamo if you decide to visit the city for the day.
The Avogadro Hotel and Ristorante is in a good location in Via Carlo, which is in the centre of San Pellegrino Terme.
All bedrooms have well-appointed bathrooms, telephone, television and hair dryer and are served by a lift.
The hotel’s restaurant has an extensive menu and serves well cooked food at reasonable prices.
For more details visit www.hotelavogadro.it or telephone 39 0345 21251.
You will be able to enjoy peaceful walks along the banks of the River Brembo, which flows through the town, and appreciate the views of the mountains of the Val Brembana in the distance.
Since medieval times it has been believed that San Pellegrino’s waters are effective against uric acid and kidney stones.
San Pellegrino used to count European aristocracy among visitors who came to take the waters, but the town has become famous for its bottled aqua minerale, which is now sold all over the world.
San Pellegrino’s heyday was at the end of the 19th century when impressive buildings such as the Grand Hotel, il Palazzo della Fonte and il Casino Municipale were built in elaborate Liberty style.
There is a regular bus service to Bergamo, which is 24 kilometres to the south.

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