The Bergamo Railway Station is the main transportation hub in the city of Bergamo, located in the region of Lombardy, in northern Italy. Two platform docks and seven through tracks are connected with the main passenger building through a pedestrian underpass. Via Gavazzeni, a school campus located nearby, is also connected with the station through this underpass.
The Bergamo railway station was opened on April 22nd, 1854, once with the inauguration of the entire Bergamo-Brescia railway, and it is the terminal station for the lines coming from Seregno, Brescia, Treviglio and Lecco. Currently managed by the Rete Ferroviaria Italiana (or in short, RFI), the station has the passenger building managed by the Centostazioni, while the train services are operated by Trenitalia. The main destinations from Bergamo are Milan, Lecco, Seregno, Brescia, and Cremona.
Sightseeing near Bergamo Railway Station
Bergamo is one of the most beautiful small cities in Italy. Located very close to Milan and served by the Bergamo railway station and by the Orio al Serio Airport, the city receives many visitors each year. The Piazza Mercato delle Scarpe, the Toree di Gombito, il Lavatoio, the Piazza Vecchia, the Torre Civica, the Palazzo del Podesta Veneto, the Biblioteca Civica, the Torquato Tasso or il Campanone are some of the most impressive landmarks.
There are several lovely hotels in Bergamo. The NH Bergamo is one the finest, with standard single rooms starting at € 300 per night. The Hotel San Giorgio offers comfortable single rooms for just € 60 per night.
Address: Piazza Marconi, 7, Bergamo, Italy
Phone: +39 06 440711
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