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Milan Bergamo, the best of two cities

Want to visit multiple cities in a single trip? Fly to Milan Bergamo and combine the best of these two Italian cities. Even though they are only an hour away from each other, Bergamo is often passed by (or flown by) on the way to Milan. And yet, this authentic city deserves to have you discover its every hidden corner. Grab the bus, train, or get in a car to Milan and make a move towards the shops in this shopping paradise. With Transavia Holidays, you decide for yourself what your stay will look like. Choose your flight, the best hotel, and book your activity.

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*Fares apply per person based on a trip for two persons. Indicated fares are the lowest available based on a return flight, excl. a €10 booking fee, €10 SGR-contribution, €2.50 for calamity fund and any credit card costs and/or local fees. Prices may vary based on fare availability for flight, hotel and/or car.

Bergamo: a city with two faces

Bergamo Airport is 45 kilometres North-East of Milan and close by the city of Bergamo. Consider it an undiscovered pearl of Northern Italy. The city has two faces, because it’s divided into different areas: the old historic centre on the hill (Città Alta) and the new area in the valley (Città Bassa). The old part is enclosed in thick city walls from the 16th century and exudes culture and history all around. Within these walls you will find impressive monuments from the time when the Venetian Republic was at its peak. Take a stroll through the picture perfect streets and you will soon find yourself right in the middle of a Mediaeval city.

After that, hop in a cable car to the new district in the valley, which was constructed in the 19th century. You will find fewer historic monuments, but it is the perfect spot to go shopping. Don’t forget to take plenty of breaks to try some Italian food…

“Experiencing an authentic feel and wandering around a big city? With both Bergamo and Milan just around the corner, both activities are possible.”

Milan: the shopping mecca of the world

If you love shopping you will feel right at home in the fashion capital of the world, Milan, especially in the roofed shopping centre Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. Not only will you gawk at the clothes from exclusive brands here, but also at the magnificent architecture. Milan has so much more to offer than just shopping. For example, pay the Duomo a visit, in other words, Milan’s cathedral. With an area of almost 12 000 square metres, this is one of the biggest cathedrals of the world (the biggest one is St Peter's Basilica in Rome). Brave the 155 stairs to the top and enjoy the brilliant view of the city.

Just as in any other place in Italy, food and drink are incredibly important in Milan. Want to try out the Italian lifestyle? Keep your breakfast simple with a cup of coffee and a croissant, have two or three courses with lunch, and order more dishes during dinner as well. Prior to dinner, indulge in an aperitif, such as a prosecco, spumantino, Campari-soda or a Ramazzotti. Saluti!