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Exploring Bergamo with the Bergamo Card

by Lisa
Exploring Bergamo with the Bergamo Card

Exploring Bergamo with the Bergamo Card is the easiest way to discover the Lombardi City in northern Italy. May it either be Trip for just 1 Day or longer, the Bergamo Card is available for either 24h or 48h. Within this Time, after the first usage, you are absolutely free to explore Bergamo the way you want. I was so happy to be able to travel by any Bus in the City, without having to even think about possible prices. Visiting many of the Museums in Bergamo was just another advantage that makes buying the Bergamo Card absolutely worth it.

Where you can use the Bergamo Card in Bergamo

With the Bergamo Card you can travel unlimited with the ATB Airport Bus, city buses, trams, and funicular railways, you have absolutely free entrance to the main museums in the city and the province, receive further reduced fees for exhibitions and events and as a plus you can enjoy discounts in all affiliated shops, bars and restaurants in Bergamo. The Bergamo Card, each the 24h Bergamo Card and the 48h Bergamo Card, are valid for 1 adult and 1 Child up to the age of 11 years.

The Price for the 24h Card is 10€, for the 48h Card 15€. It’s valid up from the first time of usage (either at a POI or in a Bus). For an always updated List of the participating Museums, Restaurants and more, check out the English Website.

Where to buy the Bergamo Card

You can buy the Bergamo Card either online in advance, or directly in Bergamo. The distributors are the Museum Ticket Offices (among them the GAMeC Modern and Contemporary Art Gallery, the Donizetti Museum or the Civic Tower Campanone), the ATB Ticket Offices at the Bus Station and at the upper City (Citta Alta) Funicular Station or the Tobacconists and Shops in Bergamo. The Hotels and B&B sell the Bergamo Card to their Guests as well.

Visiting Museums for free with the Bergamo Card
Visiting Museums for free with the Bergamo Card
Driving the Bus for free with the Bergamo Card
Driving the Bus for free with the Bergamo Card

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Lisa
Hi, I'm Lisa and welcome to my Joy Della Vita Travelblog. Joy della Vita, inspired by the Italian language, means 'Joy of Life'. And this is what can be found here. Travel, Food, Mobility & (Travel-)Lifestyle.

9 Comments

  • Simon Ostrovsky
    5 - February - 2016 at 9:34 AM

    Thank you a lot for sharing, especially for schedule of all world travel events. It’s really helpful) I missed a loads of events, but I bit the bullet and planed to travel all this summer. And thank you for this article, because all pros of Bergamo card are clear

  • Marissa My Greece My Travels
    2 - February - 2016 at 9:24 PM

    Nice post! I loved Bergamo. The card is a very good thing for a visitor to use indeed.

  • AngelaCoble
    31 - January - 2016 at 4:18 PM

    I’ve planned to visit northern Italy this Summer with my Husband, we will definitely take advantage of the Bergamo Card to fully explore the Town!

  • 30 - January - 2016 at 11:33 AM
    • Gloriana
      10 - January - 2016 at 12:15 PM

      Is the website currently down?

      • 12 - January - 2017 at 10:26 AM

        Unfortunately it seems so.. Unfortunately I don’t have any more Information, sorry!

  • Gregoria
    30 - January - 2016 at 12:53 AM

    Thanks for sharing!

  • Petr
    30 - January - 2016 at 12:16 AM

    I love you posts, great as always!

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