Depending which source you read, the Campanone tower rises between 52 to 56 meters high, by no means an impossible mission to climb. If you take the narrow elevator, you arrive at one level below the campanone with just as breathtaking view as up but reaching the top, I must caution you to mind the steep and slippery stairs!!! and... 更多
The tower is very easy to climb or even use an elevator so small kids can easily join the experience. The view from above is fantastic on both the near historical buildings of Bergamo Alta and the surrounding city. Nice experience once you are in the area.
Went here with my 3 year old and 11 month old girls. We had a wonderful time in the square below. Bergamo itself is small, so this is directly across from the main church. We ate icecream and had pizza in the square. Over all a great time.
located on the main square of Bergamo's upper town (Citta Alta), the Campanone is the main landmark. you may climb it for a great view, or just enjoy its view in the middle of nice old buildings from downstairs.
Built in the 12th century it still is in great condition and one of many beautiful buildings in Piazza Vecchia. It is the highest tow in the city at 52.76 meters and is accessed via a series of steep covered steps.
3 euros gets you up to the top in the glass lift. There are 2 levels but the view from the first level is superb - beware the bells ringing on the 2nd level - they dong every half an hour and it is pretty loud! Definately a must do in Bergamo
A must see if you are in Bergamo. You'll be able to enjoy great views of Bergamo in 360 degrees. Unlike many other old towers the Campanone does have a modern spacious lift, so you won't have to worry abut climbing all the hundreds of steps in order to get the so desired view of the city. But if you're... 更多
Wasn't sure whether this would be worth the few euros we paid to take the lift up but the views were spectacular. If you go on the hour or half hour you can witness (and be slightly deafened by) the bells (huge) ringing.