Palazzo Agliardi in Bergamo
Il Palazzo stands near Porta S. Agostino, in one of the villages where in Five hundred important families of nobles and merchants made their homes erect.
Made to build in 1500 from Alessandro Martinengo Colleoni, the palazzo was renovated in 1741 by architect Caniana. From 1845 it is owned by the Accounts Agliardi.
Inside, a salon central, flanked by four sale, presents precious frescoes eighteenth century CI Carloni and F. Ferrario. From the rooms there is access to a suggestive garden hanging and alle stables.
You can visit the palazzo by reservation, or you can choose to be hosted for lunches o included welcomed by the landlord who will tell you about it history he anecdotes of the family and of the mansion.
Il palazzo is rented for weddings, parties private, private events business, product presentations,conferences, concerts e services photo.
The capacity for lunches e included seated is of 120 people, while for the conferences they can be hosted 80 people in salon e 40 in hall conferences. It's possible rent even only one part of the palazzo (five sale, seven rooms, two rooms, area rustica: cantinone, arcade e stable).
Location for weddings and corporate events in Bergamo
Palazzo Agliardi It 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.
for weddings and corporate events: € 1600 / 1800 / 2000 more heating depending on the spaces chosen.
Various events: conference room € 500 / 800 more heating; conference room € 250 / 400 more heating.
Visits and reception in a historic building in Bergamo
It is possible to visit Palazzo Agliardi 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 village medieval city Alta; the museum of the Carrara Academy: a museum with large ones masterpieces the Rinascimento (Pisanello, Mantegna, Bellini, Raffaello, Lotto, Moroni ...) of the Seventeenth century and of eighteenth century; the hills of Bergamo with splendid pedestrian and cycle routes; Villa Pesenti Agliardi, Palazzo Moroni, Palazzo Terzi the Castle of Malpaga; the Sacristies di Alzano with masterpieces by Fantoni; there Chapel Suardi with the frescoes di Lorenzo Lotto; the village di Cornello of Tasso, clusone he frescoes was originally the Dance Macabre.