Borgo Pignolo is a neighborhood that combines history, architectural beauty, culture, and liveliness, making it an unmissable destination for those visiting Bergamo.

Historical Architecture 👉🏽 The neighborhood boasts architecture rich in history, with buildings dating back to the medieval and Renaissance periods. The colorful facades and cobbled streets contribute to creating a suggestive atmosphere.

Picturesque Environment 👉🏽 The narrow streets and small squares of the neighborhood offer a picturesque and charming environment, perfect for a pleasant stroll among historic buildings and characteristic views.

Cultural Life 👉🏽 Borgo Pignolo is also known for its lively cultural scene, with events, art exhibitions, and performances held periodically in its streets and public spaces.

Restaurants and Cafés 👉🏽 The neighborhood is dotted with cozy restaurants and cafés offering local cuisine and ideal spots to enjoy a coffee or a snack while immersing oneself in the atmosphere of the place.

how to reach us

📍 Address: Via Pignolo, 53  Bergamo

From Airport

By taxi: Cost around 25€ phone + 39 035 4519090

By shuttle bus 1: the bus departs every 20 minutes and the nearest bus stop is ‘Porta Nuova’ in the city centre; from there it is about a 15-minute walk to the B&B.
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From Bergamo train station

20 minutes on foot or 7 minutes by taxi.
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By car

Highway A4 Milan-Venice exit Bergamo direction Bergamo city center.
GPS: 45.699862873305044 – 9.674867391586304


More than three hundred works, including paintings and sculptures, trace the exhibition path of the Accademia Carrara, offering a journey through five centuries of Italian art history from the Renaissance to the nineteenth century, amidst masterpieces and collecting.
The GAMeC - Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art of Bergamo.
Palazzo Moroni is a historical building. It's a prominent example of Renaissance architecture in the city and has served various purposes throughout its history, including as a noble residence and government building.