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Fifth anniversary festivities for Bergamo tour guides

Bergamo Su e Giù, who are a small group of dedicated tour guides, celebrate their fifth anniversary this month.
Piazza Vecchia features prominently
in Death in the High City

The guides, who are all committed to promoting the unique heritage of Bergamo,  provide tours around the city with commentary in English, French, German, Spanish, Russian and Japanese and can take groups from as few as six people to around 30 people.
Bergamo Su e Giù literally means Bergamo up and down. The guides have a wealth of local knowledge and over the last five years have delivered many customised guided tours, according to the wishes of particular groups, concentrating on aspects such as art, history or religion, as required.
In the stunning surroundings of the Casino Municipale at San Pellegrino Terme, Bergamo Su e Giù are hosting a fifth anniversary event on Saturday 11 October when their guest will be www.bestofbergamo editor Val Culley, who is the author of a crime novel set in Bergamo, Death in the High City.
On Sunday 19 October they continue their anniversary celebrations with a guided visit to the Museo Arte e Tempo at Clusone.
For more information about Bergamo Su e Giù and their fifth anniversary celebrations visit their website at www.visitbergamo.info or contact them on +39.035.234182.

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