Bergamo is a province in Italy.
The Province of Bergamo (Italian: Provincia di Bergamo) is a province in the Lombardy region of Italy. It has a population of 1,022,428 (2006). Its capital is the city of Bergamo.
- Bergamo - famous for its wealth of artistic treasures and enchanting medieval atmosphere, it is a real life tale of two cities: Città Bassa, the busy and modern lower city, and Città Alta, the upper city with its rich heritage of art and history.
- Caravaggio - nice medieval town with an important Sanctuary famous giving the name to the famous painter Michelangelo Merisi thus named Caravaggio
- Clanezzo - interesting town with a castle and a medieval bridge
- Clusone - nice medieval town located in the mountains
- Crespi d'Adda - an outstanding example of the 19th and early 20th-century "company towns" built in Europe and North America by enlightened industrialists to meet the workers' needs also a Unesco World Heritage Site
- Gromo - charming medieval mountain village part of the club The most beautiful villages in Italy
- Lovere - very nice town located on the shore of Lake Iseo also part of the club The most beautiful villages in Italy
- San Pellegrino Terme - famous for being the place where the carbonated mineral water San Pellegrino is produced, and rich in Art Nouveau architecture such as its Casino and Grand Hotel
- Sarnico - nice town on the shores of Lake Iseo
Val di Scalve
Bergamo is surrounded by the provinces of Sondrio, Milan, Monza and Brianza, Lecco, Cremona and Brescia