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Bergamo is a city in Italy.
Hitching out of Bergamo is not very hard. The best spot is the petrol station close to the A4 motorway near a free, central parking and market area called Malpensata. From the petrol station, you can ask for a ride to the cities that the A4 motorway serves: if the driver goes east, Brescia, Verona, Vicenza, Padova, and Venice; if the driver goes west, Milan, and eventually Turin.
Yoo can also try to find a lift with Bergamo Autostop
Being the city and its center relatively small, there is hardly any need for public transportation; but landing at the local airport, a local bus ride to the central train station is suggested. An easy and secure alternative is to ask people in the parking lot for a lift to the city center.