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Villa Enrica

On the hills of San Giovanni, an enchanting and ample villa in which you can find a warm and welcoming family-style reception, to make sure that your stay, holiday or work, will be as comfortable as possible, in one of the best known and loved places of pilgrimage.


Via Monasterolo, 1

24039 Sotto il Monte

Tel. 035/794264 –  Cell. 347/5566551 – fax 035/794264


Villa Gromo

Villa Gromo a Mapello

One of the most beautiful villas on the island.
Built in the first half of the eighteenth century by the Count Zanchi, Villa Gromo is nestled in an amphitheater of ancient trees.
In the mid-nineteenth century, the ownership of the building passed to the Finardi family and later to Signora Stampa, who had the reception next to the current entrance made in a swiss style.

In 1947, the complex was purchased by the Antona-Traversi family, whose heirs still retain ownership.
Built in a horseshoe, typical of eighteenth-century villas in Lombardy, the wings are just lower than the central structure despite having the same number of floors.

This suggests that the building may have been built at different times.
The lower part of the main building has a large enclosed porch with a sandstone balustrade. The façade ends with an attic which has three oval openings and is framed by the two wings of the building.
The interior has a number of rooms frescoed with allegorical figures, caryatids, fake balustrades, glimpses of columns, aerial perspectives, shapes and optical illusions.


B&B Janus

Villa janus

Villa Janus is a modern villa with large private garden, in a quiet area near Bergamo.
The B & B has three rooms with private facilities in a warm and family environment where you will feel totally at ease throughout your stay.

B & B Villa Janus is located in Ambivere, state highway Bergamo-Lecco / Como, easily accessible from the airport Orio al Serio and the A4.
It is 150 meters from the train station offering good bus service to and from the city.

The location allows quick access to many interesting places.
The owner speaks English, French and Spanish and is very helpful.
When making your booking, you may request transport services to and from the airport, Orio al Serio and other destinations.


Via Papa Giovanni XXIII, 34

24030 Ambivere

Tel. e fax  035909270 – 346/5164947

Villa Mapelli

Villa Mapelli Mozzi

The building is located in the municipality of Ponte San Pietro.
With the facade spanning almost 40 meters, the jutting structures and side walls , it embodies one of the most magnificent neoclassical villas in the province.

The first core of the building was built in the late seventeenth century, perhaps from an existing structure, then resumed and completed at the end of the eighteenth century at the hands of the Mozzi family, and after by Mapelli Mozzi.

The designer was influenced by the architect Giuseppe Piermarini, and the building has clear references to the Villa Reale in Monza, built between 1776 and 1780.



Villa Mariù

This lovely, friendly, elegant and comfortable B&B is the ideal choice for a holiday or a business trip. Perfectly positioned between BG / Mi and 600 meters from the Capriate exit of the A4 MI / VE.

The management welcomes its guests with family style warmth and professionalism. Single, double, queen rooms as well as a splendid, overlook the romantic garden of the villa.

The rooms are very warm and tasteful, furnished in an elegant style and equipped with every comfort: Air conditioning, TV, mini fridge, wireless Internet connection, laundry area, hair dryer.

Each room has a private bathroom with shower. There is an individual entrance to the ground floor room for every room.

In the beautiful dining room there is a delicious and plentiful breakfast served with a “sweet” buffet with different kinds of croissants and juices, as well as many other delicacies.

There is also convenient parking in front of the Villa.


Via Mazzini, 20

24041 Fr. Grignano – Brembate

Tel. e fax 035/802577  Cell. 392/0132821





Villa Morlacchi

Villa Morlacchi

The building is located on the right bank of the river Brembo, Brembate.

The original building probably dates back to the early fifteenth century. The architectural layout is that of a horseshoe, typical of villas of the time.

Today it is owned by the Gritti Morlacchi family and has terraced gardens leading down to the river, where you can admire the “filaröla” dam, built between 1888-90, and the Treviglio irrigation ditches that date back to the early fourteenth century and which serve to irrigate the land of lower Bergamo.


Villa Tasca

Villa Tasca

This beautiful building, dating from the second half of the nineteenth century, was the home of Vittore Tasca, an illustrious character of the time, famous partisan and friend of the painter Giovanni Carnovali, called “The Piccio”, and Alexandre Dumas.

From an architectural standpoint, the complex is divided into three areas. Of particular interest is the romantic park, planted with priceless century-old trees, with beautiful cedars and magnolias, an is an excellent example of nineteenth century garden architecture and was described by D’Annunzio.


Azienda Pressiani

Vini Pressiani Angelo

Here they grow and harvest different grains and other arable crops.

Via Mazzo, 1

24030 Villa d’Adda

Tel. 339 4769050


Lavatoio Crespi dAdda

Wash House

Not far from the church, in the area where the first nucleus of the village develops, there is the public wash house.

Since the river Adda is quite far away and does not offer convenient locations for laundry, the Crespi decide to build it in the heart of the town, sparing women the trouble of carryingloads of clothes for over a kilometer.

It is divided into two areas: one for washing and the other for rinsing. The Crespi do not renounce the idea of adding it in the context of the general architectural style and adopt coherent ornaments with the decorative elements of the other buildings.


case operai crespi d'adda

Work houses

Fifty two-story houses with a square plan. They are intended for families in which there is at least one member working at the factory.

The rent is deducted from the paycheck. A few families, mostly related, usually inhabit them. Some have a double entrance, while others are divided inside.

People used to cook and do the houseworkin the rooms of the ground floor, while upper floor was for sleeping.

The rooms are spacious, the ceilings are high and the windows let in plenty of light, architectural elements that Silvio Crespi considers necessary for a healthy life.

Around each house, there is a small space used as a vegetable garden, surrounded by fences obtained from recycled packaging called “regge”.

Until the forties, a terracotta frame distinguishes the gap between the ground and the former. The sign of the “tear” is still visible today.