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Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport, Il Caravaggio International Airport, or sometimes simply Milan Bergamo Airport, is the fourth busiest in the Italy, and Europcar's first class care hire services can be found on site, ready to help with any car hire needs. Our fleet of comfortable, modern and reliable vehicles is ready to accommodate any size of family or budget, while services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover are there to help your journey out of Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport began as quickly and efficiently as possible. As always, our experienced and expert staff are on hand and dedicated to helping with any imaginable transport issues.
Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport works in conjunction with Linate Airport and Malpensa Airport to serve the city of Milan and the surrounding area, as well as the Province of Bergamo. Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport is often referred to simply as Milan Bergamo, especially by low cost airlines, due to its proximity to the city, a mere 28 miles to the south-west. The airport hosts just under 9 million passengers a year, off flights from all over Europe and the UK as well as further afield like Tunisia, Turkey, the Ukraine and Moscow. Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport is located 2.3 miles from the city of Bergamo, with easy access to the E64 motorway that heads east towards Verona, and west towards Monza and Millan.
The City of Bergamo - Lodged in the foothills of the Alps, just 20 miles from Lake Como and Lake Iseo, sits the enchanting historical city of Bergamo. Founded as the pre-Roman settlement Bergomum around 400 BC, the town has evolved through the Roman empire, Charlemagne and the Venetian Republic to become one of Italy's most industrialised cities. However, this hasn't forced Bergamo into becoming a smoke-covered factory-town. In fact, the upper city is almost entirely a preserved medieval hilltop town, surrounded by 16th century, Venetian-built walls. Citta alta, as it is known locally, is an expensive and exclusive place to live in, and contains an astonishing amount of architecture from the 12th to the 18th centuries. Amongst the many sights to see are: The Palazzo della Ragione, the former seat of the city's administration that is now home to paintings from the Accademia Carrara, that was built in the 1100s; the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, a stunning 12th century Romanesque church, where music and singing have been taught for more than 800 years; the 17th century Bergamo Cathedral; and the Rocca, or Castle, founded in 1331 to command the aforementioned 6200 metres of defensive walls. Citta bassa, or lower city, is the more modern section of the town, which sits at the bottom of the hill and is connected to the upper city by road, cable car, funicular railway and footpaths. The majority of the city's restaurants, bars and shopping facilities are to be found in the lower city.