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Discover Bergamo

Guide to vacation Bergamo
Discover Bergamo - Guide to vacation Bergamo

, called “Bèrghem” in the Bergamo local dialect, is in the province of Lombardy.
Bergamo is "the province of the valleys". The most important of these are Val Brembana, so-called because of the presence of the River Brembo, Val Seriana crossed by the River Serio, and Val Cavallina where the River Cherio flows.
Among the most famous valleys in terms of tourism, Val Taleggio is worth mentioning, and, in the hills, Valcalepio, famous for its wine production.

The province of Bergamo is rich in beautiful scenery, made evident by the large number of protected areas, parks and lakes.
Green areas are also found in the towns of the Bergamo province, for example the Gardens of Clusone. Clusone is a small village composed of narrow streets and small squares.
The name “Clusone” seems to derive from Clasus, meaning a closed place, in other words a limited space surrounded by mountains. Clusone has been inhabited since Roman times and became a free municipality in the thirteenth century. A visit to the historical centre of Clusone will certainly not disappoint given the beauty of its buildings, the characteristic views and the picturesque mountain backdrop. Stop at Palazzo Marinoni, home of the Time Art Museum, the Church of Saint Anne, the Basilica dell’Assunta, Palazzo dell’Orologio, and the Oratorio dei Disciplini. After walking around Clusone, stop to taste the Bergamo mountain cheeses, such as the "Formai de mut".
Clusone is located near the Orobie Bergamasche Natural Regional Park where the beauty of nature is preserved intact. You can take a walk in the pine forest, go trekking along the forest and mountain trails, where the more expert can climb to the shelters at the highest mountain points. From the Magnolini refuge, reached from Bòssico, you can climb as far as the Presolana Pass.

The Serio Falls are also in the province of Bergamo; at 315 metres they are the highest in Italy. The mass of water released from the Barbellino dam five times a year makes a thrilling spectacle to watch.
In the plain between the Serio and Oglio rivers is the characteristic village of Martinengo. The old medieval town centre is virtually intact; stop in Via Tadino where on the walls of some houses areas of brick and cobblestone are still visible, traces of architecture that has been added in later centuries without spoiling the original fabric.
Six kilometres north of Martinengo visit Malpaga Castle, one of the most important castles on the Lombardy plain.

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