Cruise on the Sognefjord, take in scenic landscapes and explore famous Flåm
Head to the remote and charming Skjerjehamn on a round trip from Bergen
This 2-day tour in Bergen will be your perfect getaway to the Osterfjord
3-hour boat cruise through Mostraumen and Osterfjord
Fjord cruise from Bergen to Rosendal in the heart of beautiful Hardanger
See Bergen from a RIB-boat perspective
Enjoy a seafood feast on Holmen island just outside Bergen
Enjoy a seafood extravaganza on this culinary tour to Holmen island outside Bergen
A fun and exciting Segway tour to Bergen's most iconic places
A thrilling Segway tour in Bergen with focus on maximum fun
Segway tour by night to the summit of mount Fløyen
The iconic Bryggen is the first thing many associate Bergen with, and for good reason. The UNESCO listed houses show the heritage of having been a trading center in Europe since the Middle Ages.
Bergen is one of the oldest cities in Norway, and that shows in the diverse architecture. You can find examples of architecture from all decades on a walk in Bergen, from beautiful art deco to the world-famous Bryggen.
From the top of one of the city mountains you have a beautiful sea view, and you can really see why Bergen is called the capital of the fjords.
In Byparken, facing the Music Pavilion, you can see one of the greatest Norwegian composer of all time. Edvard Grieg is known for how he incorporated Norwegian folk music tones into all of his compositions.
This street is the city’s new central food scene, with a good mix of pubs, restaurants, ice cream parlours and cocktail bars. You drink local beer on an outdoor terrace or eat delicacies in one of the alleys, the choice is yours!
Old Bergen Museum is a collection of historic buildings that have been saved from several places in Bergen, put together a contemporary example of what Bergen looked like in the 1800s.
Bergen may be known as a magnet for rain showers, but when the sun is shining it is the most beautiful city in the world, if you ask the locals!