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‘The Gateway to the Fjords of Norway' has so much to offer. Although a large international city, full of history and tradition, it has small-town charm and atmosphere. Bergen offers the ideal combination of nature, culture and exhilarating city life.
Exploring the fjords and mountains
The Norwegian Fjords, which have now been included on UNESCO's World Heritage List, are a popular and stunning tourist attraction. Surrounded by seven mountains, Bergen is the ideal spot for enjoying the wonders of nature. A few minutes' ride on the Fløibanen funicular (a cable railway) will take you to the top of Mt. Fløyen, while a cable car takes you to the summit of Norway's highest mountain, Mt. Ulriken. Here you can enjoy the peaceful panorama at your leisure.
What better way to explore the fjords than on a cruise? A large variety of cruises are offered; some just a few hours or a day long. You can opt for a one-hour guided tour on the sightseeing train ‘Bergens-Expressen', which takes you through the central streets of Bergen, along the Hanseatic Wharf Bryggen. You might choose a wondrous boat journey on the Sognefjord, Norway's longest and deepest fjord, combined with a spectacular train journey on the Flam Railway.
Bryggen, the old wharf of Bergen, is a must-see reminder of the town's importance as part of the Hanseatic League's trading empire from the 14th to the mid-16th century. Its rebuilding after numerous fires over the years has followed traditional methods, keeping a valuable reminder of the wooden style once common in northern Europe. It is due to this that it is now on UNESCO's list of world heritage sites.
Segway trips offer a unique, exciting and fun experience, for one or two of hours. Take a ride through historic alleyways and see the breathtaking views from the mountainside.
In the city
Take in the atmosphere of the olden days when walking into the narrow alleyways, and enjoy numerous restaurants and cafés once there. At the Hanseatic Museum, you can see how the German merchants from the Hanseatic League lived and worked in the 18th century.
For the kids
Leo's Playland is Scandinavia's largest amusement park chain, and here the kids can play while you relax, eat and have a great time. All these parks have bike lanes, slides, softball cannons, trampolines and much more.
Or perhaps you'd like to take them to Bergen Aquarium, where you can spend hours learning about the resident fish, penguins and seals.
Food, drink and nightlife
If you visit Mt. Ulriken, a meal at Restaurant Sky:skraperen on the top comes highly recommended, with a stunning view and delicious food. In the city you could have a drink and a Norwegian “skillingsbolle” (cinnamon bun) at Baker Brun and visit the small shops and galleries. The city has a great deal of culture, boasting many accolades. It has one of the world's oldest symphony orchestras, its own professional ballet company, an exciting jazz and blues scene and a wide choice of festivals.
Bergen hotels are available for a range of budgets and, with so much to do, you'll want to return time and time again.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Bergen
What are the best hotels to stay in Bergen?The best hotels to stay in Bergen are Hotel Norge by Scandic, Scandic Neptun and Thon Hotel Bristol Bergen.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Bergen?Bergen Budget ApartHotel in Bergen offers one night in a double room at the price of £47.
What hotels are in the central Bergen neighborhood?Scandic Neptun, Thon Hotel Bristol Bergen and Clarion Hotel Admiral are located in the central neighborhood of Bergen.
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