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You can wander around yourself and see the buildings that are being restored and a small display about the restoration works. But it isn't really well developed as a tourist attraction. Check the opening hours if you are out of season.
For three days Astino’s Valley, one of my favourite places in Bergamo for its natural beauty, will be the stage of a gastronomic event. It is called “Astino nel Gusto”. The former Monastery will trasform itself into the town of culinary delights, where food and...More
Such a pleasant place to spend a sunny afternoon in spring or summer.
Recently restored, the Monastery is now opened to the public again and during the summer a terrace restaurant where you can have simple and tasty food and of course italian wine from...More
I've been visited this place with a group of locals.
There is a parking service by the entrance (it is not allowed to drive if you're not a resident so you have a to pay and park the car).
Once you leave your car you...More
Visited the monastero last week and loved it. At night time in the summer there is a great ambience due to the outdoor pop-up restaurants- serving great pizzas and a few other lovely dishes! Drinks were also of a very good quality. The monastery itself...More
I've rated this a 3 as we didn't actually get to see anything with it being closed but we had a super walk to get there which is worthy recommending.
Leave La Citta Alta by the Sant'Allesandro Gate (where the funicular leaves to go up...More
We wandered in here almost by accident, as this seems to be one of the Bergamo university campus buildings these days and is thus redundant as a church. Just inside is an open courtyard and then behind that another courtyard. Evidence of faded glory with...More
there is a nice walk from Bergamo San Vigilio (some 2 hours) to come here, but the former Cloister is itself is closed for reconstruction (some short opening hours on Saturdays and Sundays, information at the tourist desk in Bergamo). However, from the walking trail...More
The Monastero Astino is just outside the western part of Bergamo--just a short drive. Park in town and walk to the monastery. It will take about 15 minutes, but it's a great walk through the neighborhood and then hills, farms and the monastery.