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Venice: Day Excursion from Bergamo

1. Venice: Day Excursion from Bergamo

Visit the city of Venice on a full-day tour from Bergamo. Take a boat trip across the Venice lagoon and enjoy a 2-hour guided walking tour of the city. See the most important landmarks and monuments of Venice as you walk along the labyrinth of canals and narrow alleys. Visit St. Mark's Square and marvel at the basilica, the palace, and other historic structures. Sip an espresso in the first café in Europe, and then spend free time in the afternoon to further explore the medieval city. Take a break for lunch and maybe a gondola ride, or a visit an impressive glass factory (not included in the tour price).

From Milan: Full-Day Food & Wine Experience in Franciacorta

2. From Milan: Full-Day Food & Wine Experience in Franciacorta

Enjoy Francicorta region on this day trip from Milan. Have free time in Bergamo to discover the beauty of its Venetian walls. Sip on local wines paired with a 3-course lunch in a traditional restaurant . Ride along the Franciacorta Wine Route and take in views of Lake Iseo.  Meet your guide in the morning in Milan and hop aboard an air-conditioned minivan with WIFI onboard. Relax and take in the Italian countryside on the way to Bergamo, one of the best preserved Medieval cities in Italy.  Spend 2 hours of free time to explore the cobblestone streets, encircled by Venetian walls at your own pace. After your free time, head to lunch at a prestigious, traditional restaurant for a 3-course meal with included wine.  Board the bus and ride to a historical winery in the region for a guided tour and tasting with a sommelier. Learn the history of the region's famous sparkling wines along with the main phases of the production process.  Visit the underground cellars which host the bottles during the second fermentation phase. End the winery port of this tour with a tasting of 2 Franciacorta wines. Afterwards, coast along the Franciacorta Wine Route. See the area where the grapes ripen in the sun and discover picturesque points in Franciacorta like the sparkling Lake Iseo. Passing through the hillside vineyards, discover why this region is renowned as the as the producer of Italy’s best sparkling wines.

From Bergamo: Food and Wine Experience in Franciacorta

3. From Bergamo: Food and Wine Experience in Franciacorta

Take a day trip from Bergamo to the Franciacorta region for a winery visit and a tasting session of the new world's finest bubbly. Escape the city in a private air-conditioned minivan with free wi-fi connection. You will enjoy a three-course lunch in a traditional restaurant in the heart of Franciacorta and taste some of the most prestigious wines of the region. After lunch, visit one of the most historical and representative wineries in Franciacorta for a guided tour and tasting accompanied by an expert sommelier. Learn about the history of those famous Italian sparkling wines and the main phases of their production process. Explore the underground cellar which hosts the bottles during the second fermentation phase and finish your winery tour with a tasting of two Franciacorta wines. In the afternoon, coast along the Franciacorta Wine Route to catch some of the most breathtaking spots of Franciacorta and Lake Iseo. Passing through the hillside vineyards, see for yourself why this region is renowned as an icon of the best of Italian sparkling wines.

From Bergamo: Verona and Sirmione Full-Day Tour

4. From Bergamo: Verona and Sirmione Full-Day Tour

Depart Bergamo and journey to the medieval city of Verona, where you can travel back to the days of Shakespeare and call for Romeo from the balcony of Juliet's House. Admire the Roman arena, where operas and summer concerts are still performed on a regular basis. Get some time to stroll the narrow streets and discover Renaissance palaces at leisure. Then, make your way to Lake Garda and visit Sirmione. Wander the narrow streets of the former Roman summer retreat to see highlights such as the ruins of the city walls and Roman villa. Marvel at the 13th-century castle and see a rare example of a medieval port fortification used by the Scaliger fleet.

Bergamo Upper Town Day Trip from Milan

5. Bergamo Upper Town Day Trip from Milan

Meet your guide and your driver in Milan. Enjoy a comfortable 1-hour ride to Bergamo. Once in the town, you will get on the characteristic funicular railway and start discovering Bergamo Alta. Enjoy an incredible view over the lower part of Bergamo and its surroundings from the Venetian Works of Defence, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Continue to Piazza Vecchia, where you will find the Palazzo della Ragione, the highest Tower of Bergamo or 'Campanone', and Palazzo Nuovo. Your guide will then lead you to Piazza Duomo to visit the amazing Bergamo Cathedral, the Santa Maria Maggiore Basilica, and the Colleoni Chapel. After a lunch break, your tour will continue around the picturesque alleys and squares that characterize Bergamo Alta. Pass by Piazza Mercato delle Scarpe, Piazza Mercato del Fieno, and the S. Francesco convent. Finally, you will get to admire a perfectly preserved ancient washhouse (Lavatoio). On your way back, ask the guide any questions that cross your mind or for tips about the rest of your stay. 

from Milan: Private Bergamo Day Trip

6. from Milan: Private Bergamo Day Trip

Enjoy a Private Bergamo Tour from Milan for six hours with a private tour guide and a private luxury vehicle with a chauffeur that will pick you up and drop you off from your hotel in Milan or place of preference inside the city. Once in Milan along with your private guide you will go ahead to your destination. In this tour, you will have the opportunity to discover Bergamo, a city in northern Italy located in the Lombardy region known as the City of a Thousand. Thanks to your private tour guide you will discover the tourist attractions of Bergamo as Piazza Vecchia known for being a medieval square surrounded by other important places such as the Palazzo Nuovo and the Palazzo Della Ragione, the oldest communal place in Italy, the Cappella Colleoni located next to the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, the Castle of San Virgilio where you can see the Swiss Alps, the Cathedral of Bergamo To finish the tour, you will have some time to stroll by its streets and grab a bite of the Italian gastronomy before your private chauffeur drops you off at your hotel in Milan or place of preference inside the city.

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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 38 reviews

The tour was great! Was 2 hours early before the meeting point time. Francesca was in the neighborhood and she suggested that she would pick me up and drop me at Citta Alta, an medieval part of Bergamo. There i could wander true the streets until the meeting point time. What was great! The tour itself was also great! Nice food, nice sparkling wines. At the vineyard we learned allot and also tasted the difference of three different sparkling wines. Really recommend this tour, the host Francesca is really an nice person!

Very good day out celebrating 2 outstanding places in Italy. Verona is a beautiful city and our local guide was great in knowledge and humour. We saw everything that was needed to see. Then seeing Lake Garda from the small town of Sirmione was a fantastic introduction to the lake area. Your feet will be sore at the end but well worth it! Highly Recommended.

Very well organized. The guide clearly knew what he was talking about and was helpful, cheerful and considerate of everything. Reliable and worth the price. Strong recommendation!

Programul anunțat a fost îndeplinit. Autocarul a fost confortabil. Ghizii au fost amabili, bine pregătiți, corecți.

Interesting and must enjoyable. Verona is a gem. Guide was most helpful and informative.