Do you want to visit impressive attractions? You’re looking for famous shopping miles or Bergen's most enchanting boutique for the perfect shopping trip? Or you’re interested in fascinating buildings of art and culture? We’ve compiled a selection for you.
TrolltungaInto the wildFor those who don’t want to just stay in town but rather want to explore the country by car, we recommend Trolltunga - the "Troll tongue". The rock formation is one of Norway's most spectacular sights. At an altitude of 700 meters, it rises above the Lake Ringedalsvatnet and the view is incredible. However, the rock formation is accessible only on foot and via a demanding hiking route. Solid hiking boots and weatherproof clothes are indispensable.
FløibanenImpressive city viewsWith the funicular to the top of Fløyen - a must and the best way to get an overview of the city. In five minutes the tram takes you to Bergen's 320-meter-high backyard mountain. Once you have reached the top, you can simply enjoy the fantastic views, have dinner at Fløyen restaurant or hike through the nearby nature reserve area - and have a strengthening dinner afterwards. The funicular runs all-year.Vetrlidsalmenning 23 A
+47 55 33 68 00
Bergen AquariumUnder the seaAt the Bergen Aquarium you learn a lot about the underwater creatures living next to Norway’s shores and from other parts of the world. You can also join special guided tours and 3D animated films. The entry fee is 270 NOK for Adults and 185 NOK for children.Nordnesbakken 4
+47 55 55 71 71
Maritime MuseumBy ship into the pastFrom the Viking dragon boat to the proud Dreimaster to the modern deep-sea trawler - the Maritime Museum tells the story of Norwegian sea navigation. The exhibition shows archaeological finds and animated ship models from all eras. Interactive videos also take visitors on the virtual journey - for example on board a sailing ship. Adult Adult: 80 NOK, for children under 16 free of charge.Haakon Sheteligs plass 15
+47 55 54 96 00
FisketorgetCrustaceans and fish dishesSalmon in all variations, giant crabs, lobster, fresh fish and of course fresh oysters - the assortment on the fish market in the harbor of Bergen is huge. Here you sit on a bench and enjoy a fish dish overlooking the bay. With its glass façade offering shelter from the harsh climate, the modern fish market gallery right behind the Torget (market square) is a real eye-catcher. If you want to avoid touristic hotspots and are looking for budget- priced fish, the small restaurants behind the Torget might be better for you.Torget
+47 55 55 20 00