Trip from Bergamo - Il Caravaggio International Airport
to Chamonix

Trip details

Departure from Bergamo - Il Caravaggio International Airport
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Chamonix
12:07h

Trip duration: 187min

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Departure from Bergamo - Il Caravaggio International Airport
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Places you can visit along the way

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Alfa Romeo Museum
Italy

105 min

Opened in the former Alfa Romeo factory in Arese in 1979, the historic museum saw several renovations and was finally opened on June 24, 2015... unveiling the glorious history of Alfa Romeo’s road cars, sleek prototypes and dream cars, aircraft and aeronautical projects. The museum is set in a modern, spacious futuristic interior, across 3 levels, featuring also a 4D cinema.

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Issogne Castle
Italy

75 min

This elegant Renaissance castle is situated on the right bank of the Dora Baltea, in the centre of the Alpine town of Issogne. The first... documentation of the Issogne Castle dates from the mid 12th century but it reached the zenith of splendor throughout the 15th and 16th centuries when George of Challant transformed it into a magnificent residence. At the very entrance visitors are welcomed by the famous wrought-iron pomegranate tree fountain, which is, along with the superb frescoes on the portico, of an extraordinary expressive value. There is so much for visitors to discover here: from the ground floor dining room and kitchen, the first floor chapel with decorated arch vaults and Gothic altar, and the second floor rooms with beautifully covered ceilings and furniture of that time.

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Fort Bard
Italy

105 min

With its ominous and sever look Fort Bard dominates the town of Bard and represents the most impressive example of military architecture. It was neglected... for many years but luckily restored and reopened for tourists in 2006. Today it attracts thousands of visitors a year. How unconquerable this fortress really is proves the fact that the castle’s garrison of 400 people was able to hold back 40,000 French troops for full 2 weeks. Besides the stunning views, visitors can learn more about the fortress through a guided tour and at the Museum of the Alps.

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Aosta
Italy

75 min

Aosta, the capital of the Valle d’Aosta, not only has some amazing Roman ruins, but these ruins have been incorporated into the city and many... buildings are built on Roman foundations. Sights not to be missed in Aosta are Amphitheater which could hold up to 20,000 people; Roman Bridge, a perfectly preserved bridge which is still used today even though the river no longer runs under it; and Augustus' Arch built in 25 BC to mark Rome's victory over the Celtic Salassi tribe.

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Fenis Castle
Italy

105 min

This imposing Fenis Castle is without a doubt the most visited attraction in Valle d’Aosta. Unlike most of the castles that were built on top... of a hill, Fenis Castle has no natural defenses, but has double crenellated surrounding walls that enclose the central building and the towers. It is actually a combination of a fortified stronghold and the aristocratic, majestic home. Visitors are free to explore the extraordinary architecture while the interior can be visited through a guided tour that includes armory, dining room, pantry, kitchen, study, counts’ chambers as well as the splendid chapel. To check the castle opening hours and book the tickets in advance, please visit: http://www.lovevda.it/en/database/8/castles-and-towers/fenis/fenis-castle/979

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Masino Castle
Italy

105 min

The wonderful castle of Masino was for centuries the home of the counts of Valperga. The castle, once surrounded by walls, today is ringed by... the beautiful romantic gardens with one of the largest hedge labyrinths in Europe. Inside the castle visitors can enjoy in its richly decorated rooms, the frescoed salons and an impressive collection of carriages from the 18th and 19th centuries.