What you should know before hiring a car in Bergamo
Car hires in Bergamo: practical information
Where to rent a car in Bergamo
Destination Bergamo? No problem! Once you arrive, you'll definitely want to pick up a car hire Bergamo airport. Bergamo has the gorgeous Alps at their doorstep and Italy's Lombardy region, being flawless, is best explored at your own pace and set to your own rules. At Orio al Serio International Airport you'll have no shortage of choice: Avis, AutoEuropa, Budget, Europcar,Hertz, Locauto Rent, and more.
For a car hire Bergamo city, look no further than Via Paleocapa, Via Moroni and Via Alessandro Furetti. This is where you'll find the best Bergamo rent cars in the city centre. Before you go though, make sure you compare prices and deals on liligo.com.
Driving in Bergamo: parking and other tips
Bergamo is easily explore solely on foot but having a rent car in Bergamo is priceless if you plan to head outside the city limits. In the meantime however, you'll need a place to park if your hotel doesn't offer parking facilities. Try Via Croce Rossa and from there take public transportation into the city (bus number 2, 8, 9, 10, and 11), or Piazzale Olimpiadi (bus number 3, 6 and 9).
For parking that's more central, check out Via Paleocapa which is easily reached with a dozen bus lines. Via Borfuro is another option, not far, and also served by many of the same buses to the city centre.
Road trips from Bergamo: what to do, what to see
Bergamo is right at the foothills of the gorgeous Alps so it would be a shame not to explore a bit while you're here. In winter, skiing is big business here with some great resorts as little as an hour away. Brembana Valley in particular is spectacular with resorts like Foppolo, Carona and San Simone at the ready.
Northern Italy is famed for its scenic lakes but while everyone is crowding up Lake Como, we've got an insider's tip to share with you. Skip the big lakes and instead check out Lake Iseo. It's one of the smallest lakes in northern Italy but it is no less charming and no less beautiful. It doesn't have the crowds, so what's not to like about that?
Looking for something a little bit different while on holidays in Bergamo? We've got the answer: Stezzano. Only a few minutes outside the the city of Bergamo but you'll feel like you've been transported to the Italian countryside. It's a great choice if you want to be close to Bergamo but still want to experience the charm of Italian village life. Stezzano is small but it has all the necessary amenities: 2 pizzerias and 2 gelato shops, one bank and a handful of nice cafes.