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Via Mercatorum

a collection of ancient mule tracks that cross some areas between the Val Seriana and Val Brembana, two of the main Bergamo valleys…

About Via Mercatorum.

Via Mercatorum is one of the historic routes we can find in the Bergamo area. Its Latin name suggests its purpose: this was the road that merchants used to travel during the Middle Ages up to the construction of the Via Priula, which was built in 1593 under the Venetian domination.
Before this event, there had been a road that leaded from Bergamo up to the Val Seriana, to Alzano Lombardo, Nembro and then Selvino, which then changed its direction towards Val Brembana.


Discover the territory

Gioco Mount, an excursion with the whole family!

It exists, not far from the centre of the magnificent Serina, a pretty village that is really worth visiting! Because, you know, it is not...

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The new “Piazza della generosità”

Along the “Via Mercatorum”, in the town of Costa Serina, a new square was inaugurated on 1st May, 2019. It is not just a square like...

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I have repeatedly heard the words of Giacinto Gambirasio in Bergamo’s dialect: "Caràter de la rassabergamasca: fiàma de rar, sóta la sènder brasca" (Bergamo’s breed temper: it rarely inflames, but underneath the ashes, embers) ... so I tried to gently blowing on the ashes and I discovered with joy a strong heat, which makes you feel welcomed; a heat of a generous soul that elevates the earth to the sky. “Have a good trip!” to those who really want to get to know this land and its people in the ancient footsteps of merchants ...
Silvia Bonomi

Eat and drink


Not far from the municipality of Algua, a hundred meters down the provincial road, Merelli brothers manage Piero’s Restaurant. The...

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Trattoria Camozzi

Cornello dei Tasso is the destination of our journey. To welcome us, in the context of the enchanting medieval village, the restaurant...

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Going along the Via Mercatorum, in the variant that from Dossena reaches Cornello dei Tasso through San Giovanni Bianco, we pass through...

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