Shopping La ma­gi­ca at­mo­sfe­ra del Na­ta­le

En­joy Ber­ga­mo The ma­gi­cal at­mo­sphe­re of Ch­rist­mas

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Per la­sciar­si in­can­ta­re tra mil­le lu­ci, ad­dob­bi na­ta­li­zi e per­der­si al­la ri­cer­ca dei regali più ori­gi­na­li di fron­te all’ae­ro­por­to di Ber­ga­mo si tro­va uno dei più gran­di cen­tri com­mer­cia­li eu­ro­pei, l’orio Cen­ter, con ol­tre 200 ne­go­zi di ogni ti­po tra ab­bi­glia­men­to ed ac­ces­so­ri, tec­no­lo­gia e ar­ti­co­li per la ca­sa, ri­sto­ran­ti e bar. Rag­giun­ta la cit­ta, nel cen­tro di Ber­ga­mo le vie dei ne­go­zi, il­lu­mi­na­te a festa, si tro­va­no per tut­to il Sen­tie­ro­ne in via XX Set­tem­bre fi­no ai ba­stio­ni di Por­ta Nuo­va e nel­le vi­ci­ne via Sant’or­so­la, via Tas­so, via Sant’alessandro, via­le Pa­pa Gio­van­ni XXIII , via Gior­gio Pa­glia, Via Qua­ren­ghi e Piaz­za Pon­ti­da. Le bou­ti­que so­no tan­te e si pos­so­no ac­qui­sta­re ca­pi di ab­bi­glia­men­to, bor­se ed ac­ces­so­ri, gio­iel­li ma an­che og­get­ti per la ca­sa e pro­dot­ti ti­pi­ci lo­ca­li in pa­stic­ce­rie e ne­go­zi di ga­stro­no­mia. Da non per­de­re il Vil­lag­gio di Na­ta­le con ca­set­te di le­gno col­me di ar­ti­co­li ar­ti­gia­na­li idea­li per tro­va­re do­ni na­ta­li­zi spe­cia­li per i pro­pri ca­ri. Via San To­ma­so, do­ve si sus­se­guo­no di­ver­se gal­le­rie d’ar­te, è la zo­na giu­sta per gli aman­ti del de­si­gn e gli ate­lier sar­to­ria­li men­tre Bor­go San­ta Caterina è un’an­ti­ca via ric­ca di bot­te­ghe che ri­por­ta­no in­die­tro nel tem­po e, a Na­ta­le, so­no ric­che di tan­te sor­pre­se. Lo shopping a Ber­ga­mo Al­ta si con­cen­tra in­ve­ce nel­la via che col­le­ga Piaz­za Mer­ca­to del­le Scar­pe, do­ve si tro­va la sta­zio­ne del­la fu­ni­co­la­re, con Col­le Aper­to. Lun­go tut­ta la via che at­tra­ver­sa il bor­go Me­dioe­va­le si re­spi­ra un’at­mo­sfe­ra na­ta­li­zia ma­gi­ca e speciale e si tro­va­no di­ver­si ne­go­zi, bot­te­ghe, pa­net­te­rie e bar do­ve as­sa­po­ra­re an­che ti­pi­che spe­cia­li­tà eno­ga­stro­no­mi­che com­pre­si i dol­ci ti­pi­ci di Na­ta­le. Ri­tor­na­ti in ae­ro­por­to, in at­te­sa del vo­lo, si può pro­se­gui­re lo shopping in ri­no­ma­te bou­ti­que che of­fro­no ab­bi­glia­men­to, ac­ces­so­ri, pro­fu­mi e co­sme­ti­ci, pel­let­te­ria, gio­iel­li ed oro­lo­gi, li­bri, occhiali, og­get­ti­sti­ca, sou­ve­nir e pro­dot­ti eno­ga­stro­no­mi­ci ita­lia­ni. Qui ci si può sbiz­zar­ri­re al­la ri­cer­ca de­gli ul­ti­mi regali usu­fruen­do di scon­ti dav­ve­ro van­tag­gio­si. Inol­tre in tut­ta l’ae­ro­sta­zio­ne tan­ti bar e ri­sto­ran­ti, ve­re e pro­prie oa­si di bon­tà tut­te ita­lia­ne.

Hol­ding you spell­bound by thou­sands of lights and Ch­rist­mas de­co­ra­tions and of­fe­ring an ar­ray of ori­gi­nal gif­ts, ju­st op­po­si­te the airport you’ll find one of the lar­ge­st shopping cen­tres in Eu­ro­pe, the Orio Cen­ter, whi­ch has over 200 sto­res of­fe­ring dif­fe­rent pro­duc­ts ran­ging from clo­thing and ac­ces­so­ries, tech­no­lo­gy and hou­se­hold items, as well as re­stau­ran­ts and bars. On­ce you rea­ch the ci­ty cen­tre, fe­sti­ve­ly lit shopping stree­ts are lo­ca­ted along the on and right up to the ga­tes of Por­ta Nuo­va and the near­by stree­ts of Via Sant’alessandro, Via­le Pa­pa Gio­van­ni XXIII and Pon­ti­da. The cen­tre of­fers ma­ny bou­ti­ques sel­ling clo­thing, bags and ac­ces­so­ries, jewel­le­ry, but al­so hou­se­hold items and lo­cal pro­du­ce in the ba­ke­ries and de­lis. Not to be mis­sed is the Ch­rist­mas Vil­la­ge wi­th its woo­den cha­le­ts fil­led wi­th hand-ma­de items that are ideal as spe­cial Ch­rist­mas gift for your lo­ved ones. Via San To­ma­so, whe­re va­rious art gal­le­ries are lo­ca­ted, is the per­fect pla­ce for lo­vers of de­si­gn and tai­lo­ring, whil­st Bor­go San­ta Caterina is an old street wi­th ma­ny shops that ta­ke you back in ti­me and, at Ch­rist­mas, are fil­led wi­th sur­pri­ses. Shopping in Up­per Ber­ga­mo is con­cen­tra­ted along the street that con­nec­ts Piaz­za Mer­ca­to del­le Scar­pe, whe­re the fu­ni­cu­lar sta­tion is lo­ca­ted, to Col­le Aper­to. Along the who­le street, whi­ch cros­ses the me­die­val quar­ter, you can soak up the spe­cial and ma­gi­cal fe­sti­ve at­mo­sphe­re and di­sco­ver the ma­ny shops, bou­ti­ques, ba­ke­ries and bars of­fe­ring lo­cal wi­ne and food, in­clu­ding so­me spe­cial Ch­rist­mas swee­ts. On­ce back at the airport, and wai­ting for your flight, you can car­ry on shopping in the re­no­w­ned bou­ti­ques lo­ca­ted in­si­de, whi­ch of­fer clo­thing, ac­ces­so­ries, per­fu­mes and co­sme­tics, lea­ther goods, jewel­le­ry and wat­ches, books, glas­ses, gif­ts, sou­ve­nirs and Ita­lian foods and wi­nes. He­re you can al­so sear­ch for tho­se la­st-mi­nu­te gif­ts at tru­ly ad­van­ta­geous pri­ces. In ad­di­tion, the­re are ma­ny bars and re­stau­ran­ts th­rou­ghout the ter­mi­nal buil­ding ser­ving de­li­cious, ge­nui­ne Ita­lian food and drink. n

Sen­tie­ro­ne, Via XX Set­tem­bre Via Sant’or­so­la, Via Tas­so, , Via Gior­gio Pa­glia, Via Qua­ren­ghi Piaz­za

“Key to Ber­ga­mo” vi suggerisce al­cu­ne splen­di­de strut­tu­re pron­te ad ospi­tar­vi a brac­cia aper­te. Ber­ga­mo of­fre una sva­ria­ta of­fer­ta di so­lu­zio­ni per per­not­ta­re co­mo­da­men­te in strut­tu­re ac­co­glien­ti, mo­der­ne, adat­te ad ogni ti­po­lo­gia di clien­te ma an­che a dif­fe­ren­ti bud­get di spe­sa. So­no di­slo­ca­ti nei pun­ti più stra­te­gi­ci del cen­tro cit­tà, sia nel­la par­te bas­sa che al­ta, fi­no al­le aree li­mi­tro­fe e in tut­te le più bel­le lo­ca­li­tà tu­ri­sti­che del­la pro­vin­cia. Si par­te da­gli ostel­li al­le ca­se va­can­za fi­no ai B&B, ama­ti so­prat­tut­to dai più gio­va­ni, per poi pas­sa­re agli stel­la­ti da 1, 2, 3, fi­no ai raf­fi­na­ti 4 e 5 stel­le per una clien­te­la più esi­gen­te.

“Key to Ber­ga­mo” is sug­ge­sting so­me of the splen­did pla­ces on of­fer, whi­ch are rea­dy to wel­co­me you wi­th open arms. Ber­ga­mo of­fers a wi­de ran­ge of so­lu­tions for a com­for­ta­ble stay in wel­co­ming, mo­dern fa­ci­li­ties that are sui­ted to eve­ry ty­pe of cu­sto­mer as well as dif­fe­rent bud­ge­ts. Ma­ny are lo­ca­ted in the mo­st stra­te­gic poin­ts of the ci­ty cen­tre, in bo­th up­per and lo­wer Ber­ga­mo, whi­le others can be found in the sur­roun­ding areas and all the mo­st beau­ti­ful tou­ri­st lo­ca­tions of Ber­ga­mo pro­vin­ce. The­se ran­ge from ho­stels and gue­st hou­ses to bed & break­fa­st esta­blish­men­ts, par­ti­cu­lar­ly lo­ved by the young, and 1, 2 and 3-star ho­tels, right up to so­phi­sti­ca­ted 4 and 5-star ac­com­mo­da­tion for mo­re di­scri­mi­na­ting cu­sto­mers.

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