WHAT TO DO IN BERGEN
Bergen is known for its seven mountains, you can access two of them by funicular or cable car. We have a famous fish market with all kinds of fresh seafood. We have the UNESCO World Heritage site Bryggen with its old wooden buildings, a decent Aquarium and Troldhaugen, the home of world famous composer Edvard Grieg. You can visit Klosteret and Nøstet, known for its old wooden buildings and narrow alleys. Further out from bryggen, visit Håkonshallen and the Rosenkranz Tower, both historic buildings open for visitors
We have a wide range of museums, from the different KODE Museums along Lille Lungegårdsvann, to the newly refurbished University Museum of Bergen. You can learn about the old history of Bryggen at Bryggens Museum and the Hanseatic Museum.
At Fantoft, about 15 minutes outside bergen, you can visit Fantoft Stavechurch. If you are interested in other churches, the historic Mariakirken behind Bryggen or Johanneskirken in the center, is worth a visit.
These are our favourites and recommendations in Bergen
CHURCHES IN BERGEN