Address Via Caniana, 2
24127 Bergamo BG, Italy A. eating
Address Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, 3 24122 Bergamo BG, Italy A. staying
Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, 3, Bergamo BG, Italy
1. Head west on Via Giuseppe Garibaldi toward Via Sant'Alessandro About 2 mins
go 160 m
total 160 m
2. Turn left onto Via Sant'Alessandro About 3 mins
go 240 m
total 400 m
3. Continue onto Largo Nicolò Rezzara go 59 m
total 450 m
4. Continue straight onto Piazza Pontida go 13 m
total 450 m
5. Continue onto Via San Bernardino About 8 mins
go 650 m
total 1.1 km
6. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Via Caniana
Destination will be on the right About 1 min
go 60 m
total 1.2 km
Via Caniana, 2, Bergamo BG, Italy
A: Where the Student Group Stays
B: Where Nashid Stays
Hotel Best Western - Cappello d'Oro, Viale Papa Giovanni XXIII 12 - 24121 - Bergamo (BG).
Phonr : +39 035 2289011
Anna Maria di Marco is University of Bergamo referent at the International Office.
Anna Maria Di Marco
Ufficio internazionalizzazione Università degli studi di Bergamo
via S. Bernardino 72e - 24122 Bergamo (BG) - Italia Tel.: +39 0352052293
Fax: +39 0352052838
Bergamo Residence – via Garibaldi 3/F, comprised of single rooms with bathroom and an internet room, guarantees a door service in the mornings , cleaning of the communal areas, maintenance and weekly provision of bed linen. The cleaning of the room and bathroom is left to the resident. There is a local laundrette/laundry near the residence as well as a place to leave bicycles.
Also guaranteed is a nightly Catering service from Monday to Friday with the same procedure and costs as exist in the other university canteens.
Address: Via Garibaldi 3/F BERGAMO
The porter is in the residence from 8.00 a.m. to 11. p.m. and the phone number is +39035237302 For further information please refer to:
Servizio per il diritto allo studio
Address: Via dei Caniana 2 - 24127 - Bergamo Phone number: *39 035 2052870
Fax:*39 035 2052887
http://www.unibg.it/struttura/struttura.asp?cerca=isu_intro Office is open from
Mon. to Fr. from 9.30 a.m to 12.00 p.m. ; Mon. to Wed. from 14.00 p.m. to 15.30 p.m.
home page in English: http://www.unibg.it/en_index.asp
The meetings will take place at the Faculty of Economics and Law at the University in Via dei Caniana http://www.unibg.it/struttura/struttura.asp?cerca=ateneo_sedi_01
BERGAMO UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL OFFICE
Anna Maria di Marco, Roberta Querci, Morena Garimberti (Head) via S. Bernardino 72/e 24127 - Bergamo
Telefono: *39 035 2052 / 293 / 832 Fax: +39 035 2052838
E-mail: email@example.com Mondays-Fridays 09.00 - 13.00 / 14.00-16.00
Prof Michele Meoli , Cell +39 347 153 9868, Office 035 2052 023 Prof Matteo Kalchschmidt, Cell +39 347 941 2719
They've booked two minibuses (8 person each) with the company AIRPORT CAR SERVICE - BERGAMO (tel: 035-3844412)
They meet us inside the arrival hall. There will be a driver there standing with a sign with probably my name on it!
Matteo and Michele Meoli will be at our hotel/student house around 5pm, according to the information they will receive from the agency they booked for our airport transfer.
The handouts with the week schedule will be at our accommodation, together with some information on Bergamo.
Michele will also make sure that he has all the Italian students’ presentations with him so that we can check the coherence of all the documentation.
Due to a request of their Rector, They have decided to move Monday’s Workshop to Città Alta, the historical center of Bergamo.
There is an event organized by Eco di Bergamo (Bergamo’s local newspaper) to present the Smart City idea to the citizenship. The journalist of L’Eco di Bergamo will meet us on Tuesday afternoon (during the session dedicated to the workgroups) for a short interview and an introduction of Wednesday night’s event organized by the journal. The event is organized on Wednesday 10 October, at 8.45 pm in the Congress Palace in Bergamo. This is walking distance from the University’s main campus, where the student activities will take place.
They have managed to set up a meeting with a representative of the grassroots solidarity economy movement – this will have to be in the evening as these are working people with families and they volunteer their time to food provisioning activism. Laura Norbis will probably meet us on Thursday night at 7pm. To get an idea in English see the work that a colleague of the Tourist masters course, Rossana Bonadei, an expert in cultural heritage, is doing building on their map of the solidarity economy in Bergamo (which no doubt we’ll receive in paper form when we get there).