Bergamo Christmas Market | 2024 Dates, Locations & Must-Knows!

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Known for its enchanting medieval atmosphere, the Italian city of Bergamo is a delightful place to visit at Christmas time.

A key highlight? Its small but mighty Christmas market consisting of a few dozen stalls, selling goodies sourced from across Europe, from Lapland to South Tyrol.

While the Bergamo Christmas Market may not be the biggest or most extravagant Christmas market in Italy, the gorgeous backdrops of Bergamo more than make up for it.

If you’re currently planning your own trip, or simply curious about what Bergamo Christmas Market is like, then we’re here to help.

Read on for an overview of Bergamo Christmas Market, with official dates, hotel recommendations, and locations.

NOTE: This is a Christmas market we haven’t personally visited yet, so all the information below is taken from official sources for your reference! If you have any personal tips from first-hand experience to add, let us know in the comments so we can improve this guide!

Bergamo Christmas Market Dates 2024

Dates: TBA (Previous year’s event: November 19 to December 26)

Bergamo Christmas Market Locations

You can typically find Christmas market stalls in Bergamo at Piazzale degli Alpini.

There will also be festive installations to be admired around town, like in Piazza Vecchia, which usually has some kind of fun Christmas tree display.

Bergamo Christmas Market 2024 Hotels

Looking for a place to stay nearby while you visit Christmas markets? Here are some recommendations:

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