Bergamo educational trips

Enjoy a Group Holiday to Bergamo with our Tailor-made Service

Bergamo in Lombardy is situated close to Lake Como at the foothills of the Alps. The city is divided into two towns linked by a funicular: Bergamo Alta, the attractive older settlement at a higher level, and Bergamo Bassa, the newer town, which is based around the town's railway station. The diversity of Bergamo makes it a particularly attractive destination for school, college or university trips, and suits students interested in architecture, archaeology and natural history, as well as language students.

We have extensive experience arranging group holidays and educational trips to Italy. Our Bergamo educational trips are perfect for school, college or university groups, or even enthusiasts wanting to seek out an active and enjoyable holiday. If you would like a personalised quote for your group trip to Bergamo, please contact an expert member of our team on (UK) 01223 637331 or (US) 1-347-594-5500. Alternatively, please click here to send an online enquiry.

 

What's Possible?

We customise all our group holidays and educational trips to Bergamo to suit the exact needs of our customers. However, as a part of our expert group services, we are able to offer:

  • Group accommodation in Bergamo
  • Airport transfers
  • Group flights, including chartered aircraft
  • Educational tours and day trips
  • Educational classes, such as language classes or cooking classes

If you would like a quote, or to find out more about what services we can provide, please call one of our dedicated team members on (UK) 01223 637331 or (US) 1-347-594-5500, or Click here to send us an enquiry.

 

About Bergamo

The old town of Bergamo has many tourist attractions, which also have relevance for those interested in Italian architecture, including Piazza Vecchia, Palazzo della Ragione, Santa Maria Maggiore and Cappella Colleoni. It is also home to a number of museums, including Museo Storico, Museo Donizettiano, the Archaeological Museum (Museo Archeologico) and the Natural History & Science Museum (Museo Civico di Scienze Naturali) in Piazza Cittadella. Meanwhile, the new town's main attraction is the Porta Nuova district with its interconnected squares, promenades and civic architecture, such as the Donizetti Theatre.