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Hire a campervan in Bergamo and set out to explore the Orobie Alps and the spectacular Serio Falls. Alternatively, after visiting the old medieval city, Città Alta, set off on a tour around the enchanting Lake Iseo. Or head north, cross the border into Switzerland, and immerse yourself in the nature of Cantons Ticino and Grisons. You’re spoiled for choice with your campervan hire in Bergamo.
Bergamo (from 15.03.2024)
Via A. Gramsci SNC
24040 Ciserano, Bergamo
Getting to the station
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Free 2nd driver included
Rebook or cancel with the Flex option up to 48 hours before departure
Free camping equipment and kitchen utensils included
Hiring a campervan in Bergamo for the first time or new to camping? Below you’ll find all the information you need for your road trip from Bergamo.
When you hire a campervan in Bergamo you can be on the road right away, trusting that your roadsurfer home on wheels is fully stocked. Your campervan comes with an awning, camping table and two chairs to enjoy the space outside of your vehicle. The kitchen box allows you to save money on eating out: you’ve got all the pots, pans, and utensils to cook up your own meals. There’s even a corkscrew and bottle opener, and a coffee pot, plus mugs for your morning coffee or tea, although you’ll want to bring dish towels, sponges, and eco-friendly dish soap. When you rent a small motorhome from Bergamo you will need to bring your own bedding, or you can hire what you need from the roadsurfer station. Full details of what’s included in your motorhome hire, and our suggestions on what to bring along to your Bergamo campervan holiday can be found in the equipment list.
The best times for campervan hire in Bergamo are undoubtedly when the heat is not yet scorching, and the city is not taken by storm by tourists. Between May and June, temperatures are pleasant, and on days when the sky is clearer, you can even spot Milan Cathedral in the distance. Early autumn is also a great time to visit Bergamo: the surrounding nature is transformed into a riot of colors and offers the perfect setting for a hike or bike ride.
If you enjoy city festivals, three weeks before Easter is the Festa di Mezza Laresima, in which a parade of floats of all kinds moves through the streets of the lower city. For the food and wine lovers, the St. Alexander’s Fair in late August celebrates the city’s patron saint. The event, dedicated entirely to the world of agriculture, is a great place to take part in tasting and exhibitions.
If you want to visit the city before you hit the open roads, finding parking in Bergamo Alta could prove to be a real challenge. As in almost all Italian historic centres, most of the streets are in a ZTL, where you cannot transit unless you have a special permit. We, therefore, advise you to leave your campervan in the lower town and continue to the centre on foot or by public transportation (bus line 1).
The best solution is the Malpensata car park, on Via San Giovanni Bosco. This is a paid car park, but more convenient than those closer to the Upper Town (and on Sundays parking is free). It is about a half-hour walk to the city centre.
Hire a motorhome or campervan in Bergamo and explore the city and its surroundings from your campsite: just outside the city centre are several rest stops where you can leave your motorhome and set off to explore the surrounding nature and lakes. You can find the ideal camping spot suited to your needs with roadsurfer spots. Download the app and book your spot online in advance or spontaneously on the go, and explore ready-made road trip routes, or even make your own!