Things to do in Bergen

Updated: Jan 18

Bergen is the European City of culture and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage City.

Bergen, Norway's second-largest city.

The city is small, historic and is filled with great seafood. It has beautifully decorated streets and houses and is situated close to the mountains and fjords. So you don’t need to go too far for your nature fix, you’re already there. The city is spectacular, so much so that you might give it a thought to move in here.

Bergen is a beautiful Waterfront City.
Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf

In Bergen take pleasure exploring -


Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf

The Hanseatic Wharf of Bryggen is World Heritage-Listed.

They are brightly painted wooden buildings that have been standing for hundreds of years. They are the most famous site in Bergen and you wouldn't want to keep them unexplored.




Catch a glimpse of the city

Floibanen Funicular


Floibanen Funicular

Take a short train ride to the top of Floibanen Funicular, situated 320m above the sea. and you can sit back and enjoy the view.

You can also take a stroll through the woodland terrain and around the lakes. To experience nature at its best.




Mount Ulriken Cable Car

Mount Ulriken

The cable car ride to the top of Mount Ulriken will take about 20 minutes to get you awestruck and treating your eyes with the delightful sight of Bergen will be a pleasure.


Kode Art Museums

Kode Art Museums

Visiting the beautiful art museum known as Kode. You will get to witness a display of three primary collections, offering everything from contemporary art to traditional art and Norwegian art. Besides, there are rotating exhibits throughout the year.

Gamle Bergen Museum

Gamle Bergen

The next best thing you will find yourself admiring is the Gamle Bergen Museum. It is an outdoor museum featuring 40 houses depicting life during the 18th and 19th centuries. It welcomes the enthusiastic crowd during summers and fascinates them with an engaging way of projection of ancient






Climb the Tower

The Rosenkrantz Tower

Rosenkrantz Tower

The Rosenkrantz Tower is one of the most important renaissance monuments in the country and a must-see when you’re here. The fortified defensive structure has also served as a residence and was built in the 1560s.





Bergen museum

The Bergen museum

The Bergen museum offers Europe’s largest seal and penguin exhibits, a highly-extensive marine fauna collection and one of Europe’s largest collection of fish and invertebrates. This can be a refreshing experience for you to view and enjoy the aquatic life with family and friends.








Exploring Bergen will make your heart fill with happiness. It will undoubtedly make you fall in love with Nordic countries, their beauty, their design. Their architecture and vibrant colours make Bergen a popular honeymoon destination. It won’t be surprising to find yourself relishing Nordic delights experiences and planning your next trip Nordics tour to explore the hidden gems of Europe.

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