Discover luxury shops, great dining, friendly fjord tours, or perhaps a spot of kayaking, wild camping or walking will do the trick. The Bergen mountains have indisputable views and you’ll come across local farms growing an abundance of apples, pears, and plums.
Places to Visit in Norway
KODE is one the largest art museums in the Nordic region where you can find work by Edward Munch, JC Dahl and Nikolai Astrup among other
A funicular railway that will deliver the most breath-taking sights of Bergen by taking you up Mount Fløyen.
The highest of the Seven Mountains that surrounds Bergen, it’s a must see and even climb for those of you who are up to the challenge.
One of Norway’s main attractions, Bryggen was built after a great fire in 1702, resulting in a colourful part of the city. Filled with many cafes, restaurants, shops and the Fish Market, there is plenty to see, do and eat!
Translating to ‘Trolls Tongue’, if you like hiking and spectacular views this one is a definite must!