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World Heritage City Bergen - The Gateway to the Fjords of Norway

Bergen is situated in the heart of Fjord Norway. is more than 930 years old cosmopolitan city with its old world charm and atmosphere, wooden houses, narrow alleyways, busy harbour and a whiff of sea salt in the air – is rich in tradition and history. Bergen is also a European City of Culture, with many cultural events throughout the year.

Bergen is worth exploring on foot. Strolling around old streets and alleyways where people have lived
for centuries is like a fairy-tale. You will see higgledy-piggledy small wooden houses, cobbled streets with stone steps in the steepest parts and flowers everywhere. Stop off at the Fish Market to mingle with the crowds. Stroll along the listed wooden buildings at Bryggen to the old fortress at Bergenhus, or call in at one of Bergen’s many museums and galleries. Troldhaugen, the home of composer Edward Grieg, is also open for visitors all year. And it’s not far from the city centre to Mt. Fløyen, Mt. Ulriken or another of the seven mountains that form the backdrop to the city. The panoramic views of the city, the fjord and the ocean are breathtaking.

Tourist Information

More information about public transportation Bergen / Lofthus / Oslo HERE

Visit the Tourist Information at the Fish Market for more tips what to do in Bergen, to buy the Bergen Card, currency exchange, tickets for sightseeing, fjord tours and concerts, souvenirs and free brochures. The Tourist Information has long opening hours:
June-Aug: Daily 8.30-22
May and Sept: Daily 9-20
Rest of the year: Mon-Sat: 9-16

Bergen Card
To explore Bergen in a practical and reasonable way, buy the Bergen Card.
Photo Credit: Bergen Tourist Board / Robin Strand -