Bergamo Giardini e Dimore



The palace is located next to door St. Agostino in one of the borough where in the sixteenth century prominent families of nobles and merchants began building their houses. Built in 1500 by Alessandro Martinengo Colleoni, the house was renovated in 1741 by the architect Caniana. Since 1845 it is owned by the Counts Agliardi. Inside, a large central drawing room flanked by four rooms, has precious eighteenth-century frescoes painted by C.I. Carloni and F. Ferrario. From the central room you can step into an impressive roof garden and from there to the stables.


It is possible to visit the palace on request, for groups of minimum ten people; the entrance fee is Euro 8,00 per person. For smaller groups, the minimum fee is Euro  80,00 per group. You can choose to enjoy lunch or dinner in the rooms of the palace greeted by the owner who will introduce you the family history and home anecdotes.

You can rent the palace for:

- weddings and private parties;

- corporate events and product presentations;

- conferences and concerts.

Capacity for seated lunches and dinners is up to 120 people, while the conference hall can accommodate up to 80 people.

You can also rent only part of the house:


Capacity for lunch and dinner up to 80 people.


There are two rooms available for conferences or meetings with up to 30/40 people.


Only in hot season you can rent spaces for parties in the garden: communions, christenings, children's parties, product presentations. The entrance is from Via Santa Elisabetta.



Agliardi  Palace is an impressive backdrop for photographs and commercials. There are very evocative corners in the palace, stables and garden : perfect backdrops for fashion shoots ,interior decoration services or product catalogs.