Entro le Mura is located within the historical walled city of Bergamo, the "City of Art" a few steps from the magnificent Piazza Vecchia.
Our bedrooms are located in a medieval, charming and completely renovated house, still keeping the fascination of the old good things, where the family and the dog Gigia live.
In the summer our sweet and savoury breakfast is served in the medieval courtyard, surrounded by a tasteful garden. This can be a quiet refuge for many of our guests, seeking for peace and privacy.
We are sorry but we don't have 24-hours reception, please contact us if your check-in is later then 2pm. We will be glad to send you direction how to reach us or to arrange a pick up from train station (free) or from local airport at extra cost.
Please note not included city tax
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This is a very good reasonably priced B & B. situated in the Cita Alta close to the resturants and shops. The rooms were very clean and the breakfast was more than adequate offerring juice, cereal yoghurt fruit tea /coffee toast cooked meats and cheese served in the lovely courtyard or in the main dining room if weather not permitting. The service was very good and they allowed us to leave our bags on the day we were leaving as we had a late flight. The only downside was the shared bathroom but for the price this was taken into account (one bathroom between two rooms) but plenty of hot water and again very clean. The room we had was quite close to the road so a little noisy but after a good day of walking it was not so much of a problem.
Bergamo especially Cita Alta is a beautiful town plenty of nice walks and well worth a visit.
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