BERGEN

Bergen, the second-largest city in Norway, is a fascinating destination with a wide selection of museums and places of cultural interest. Art lovers shouldn’t miss the Bergen Art Museum, one of the largest in Scandinavia. Also the XII century Bergenhus Fort is a must-see attraction for all history enthusiasts. Another popular place of historical interest in Bergen is Bryggen, Bergen’s ancient pier, which was built in the times when Bergen was an important city for Hanseatic trade and is popular with visitors due to the colorful wooden houses along the city’s waterfront. It is undoubtedly a charming and unique corner of Norway.

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Activities & Tourist Attractions

 

  • Mount Fløyen Cable Car
  • St. Mary’s Church
  • St. Olaf Cathedral
  • Rosenkrantz Tower
  • Bryggen Museum
  • Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Bergen International Music Festival

General Information

Altitude: 0.320 masl

Surface Area: 465 km2

Time Zone: UTC +1

Language: Norwegian

Currency: Euro

Voltage: 230 V

How to get there

The best way to arrive in Bergen is via the Flesland Airport, located 19 km to the southwest of the city. There is a bus terminal outside the airport. Cruise ships also arrive here and train connections are available.

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