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Campanone o Torre Civica, Bergamo
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  • Climb more than 200 steps but you are rewarded by great views of the city. For the lazy ones there is a convenient elevator.
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  • We arrive at the ticket office convinced it was the Museum. Let's take the ticket and we end up a very steep staircase. There was no elevator, but we decide to go ahead. Nice view over the rooftops of Bergamo. Unfortunately, for the Museum of the Venetian age it takes another ticket and reopens after an hour. Since the child had need to use the restroom we ask, in the meantime, you can use the services but we suggest the public toilets outside. After my insistence, the Lady at the ticket counter him reiterating, in a bad way, that the heads of the big Bell is out of use, he said, and that public toilets are on the doorstep. Apart from the absence of services (travel frequently and is the first time I understood) is the lack of professionalism and courtesy of staff.
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  • There is a very interesting view of the tower to churches, palaces, buildings and streets nearby. There is a lift at home without any extra cost.
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  • Nice view. I recommend visiting it in a sunny and not windy day. There's a lift to the middle part of the bell tower. Beware of the loud working bell!
  • Nice, but for the best views try Castello, which is also free
  • Great view!
  • There is no better hat for a visit to the city that a climb to the big Bell on a clear day. You can admire all the territory of Bergamo, the plain where you lose the look, bordering the old ducati di Mantova and Milano, the mountains behind the foot of the Alps and to close the Lakes East ... wonderful!
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  • The big Bell is another must to upper town. In addition to enjoying a great view is worth of being in his presence that evening at 22 when they leave the 100 tolls that, at the time of the reported closure of the fortified city gates and the need to fit within the last touch.
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