Palazzo Agliardi in Bergamo
The palace is located near Porta S. Agostino, in one of the villages where in the sixteenth century important families of nobles and merchants built their homes.
Built in 1500 by Alessandro Martinengo Colleoni, the palace was renovated in 1741 by the architect Caniana. Since 1845 it has been owned by the Agliardi Counts.
Inside, a central hall, flanked by four rooms, presents precious eighteenth-century frescoes by CI Carloni and F. Ferrario. The halls lead to a suggestive roof garden and stables.
You can visit the palace by reservation, or you can choose to be hosted for lunches or dinners welcomed by the landlord who will tell you the history and anecdotes of the family and home.
The building is rented for weddings, private receptions, corporate events, product presentations, conferences, concerts and photographic services.
The capacity for seated lunches and dinners is 120 people, while for conferences 80 people can be accommodated in the lounge and 40 in the conference room. It is also possible to rent a single part of the building (five rooms, seven rooms, two rooms, rustic area: cantonone, porch and stable).
Location for weddings and corporate events in Bergamo
Palazzo Agliardi is the ideal solution for those looking for one exclusive location for weddings and corporate events. The furnished rooms, with antique furniture, will allow guests to be accommodated in a refined and elegant place making your event unique.
Visits and reception in a historic building in Bergamo
Palazzo Agliardi can be visited every day by reservation, for groups of at least ten people, the admission cost and of € 8,00 per person. For groups the smallest fee is € 80,00 in groups.
For small groups (25 people) it is possible to organize candlelit lunches or dinners, with the presence of the hosts who will entertain guests with anecdotes and family stories.
Places of interest nearby
The beautiful medieval village of Città Alta; the museum of the Carrara Academy: a museum with great Renaissance masterpieces (Pisanello, Mantegna, Bellini, Raffaello, Lotto, Moroni ...) of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries; the hills of Bergamo with splendid pedestrian and cycle routes; Villa Pesenti Agliardi, Palazzo Moroni, Palazzo Terzi the Castle of Malpaga; the Sacristies of Alzano with masterpieces by Fantoni; the Suardi Chapel with the frescoes by Lorenzo Lotto; the village of Cornello dei Tasso, Clusone and the frescoes of the Macabre Dance.