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“Fløyen will give you one of the best views in the city. You can either take the fløibane (funicular) or hike up the beautiful (and steep) roads that leads you to the top. ”
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“If you wanna pick-up a souvenir or two before your departure or wanna take a look at some of Bergens oldest houses near the pier.”
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“Bergen Aquarium is Norway's largest aquarium and one of Bergen's biggest tourist attractions. We create great experiences and memories for life for both young and old.”
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“Beautiful view from Ulriken. Ulriken643 takes you by cable car to the high mountain in the middle of the city. From the top you have miles of views of Bergen and the surrounding area with sea, archipelago, fjords and mountains. You will find restaurant, activity park, shop and fantastic hiking opportunities at the top. The course runs continuously every 7 minutes.”
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“Stoltzekleiven in Bergen city center is a steep paved trail and stairs with approximately 722 steps up to Sandviksfjellet. Stoltzekleiven is one of the most popular trails in Bergen. Enjoy this hard but short popular hike from Fjellveien up Stoltzekleiven. The tour is divided into two parts with a challenging and an easy leg. The first part of the walk is mostly steep stone stairs. The more you climb, the better the view you get. The trip is suitable for both children and adults, but the hike is not recommended in winter when it can be slippery.”
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“Edvard Grieg 's Museum in Troldhaugen is located in a beautiful and scenic part of Bergen, overlooking Nordåsvannet. The former residence of the famous composer is now a museum displaying Grieg's piano, his manuscripts and more. For the interested, we recommend taking a guided tour of the residence which gives you a glimpse into the life of the composer and his wife Nina, including many interesting and funny anecdotes.”
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Centro comercial
“Shopping center located at the main square Torgallmenningen in the city centre”
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Restaurante escandinavo
“I can recommend Pingvinen. They serves traditional Norwegian food at affordable prices. The menu consists of brunch, dinner, snacks and supper. Pingvinen, Vaskerelven 14, 5014 Bergen”
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“If you want to get out of the center, this place and the neighbouring branch Bien Snack bar is very charming. Check out the menu before you set off, though. It is a bit of a walk back if you change your mind. Luckily it sits right by a light rail stop, though. They just opened a pizza place in the city center too that is worth a visit! ”
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“Nordnesparken is a nice park where you can sit either on the sun or be protected by the trees. It is a great spot for a sunny day, and it is possible to swim here to. The walk to Nordnes is also really nice. When walking to it, try and walk the small and narrow streets where you will get a real good impression of some of the characteristic houses of Bergen. ”
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“Bryggen is one of Bergen's and Norway's main attractions. Bryggen was built after the great fire in 1702 and is included on UNESCO's World Heritage List. The very first buildings in Bergen were situated at Bryggen, which has been a vibrant and important area of the city for many centuries. Bryggen has been ravaged by many fires, the great fire of 1702 in particular. It reduced the whole of the city to ashes. The area was rebuilt on the foundations that had been there since the 12th century, which means that Bryggen is basically unchanged despite the passing centuries. Bryggen is now part of Norway's common heritage and has a place on UNESCO’s World Heritage List, and the city of Bergen is a designated World Heritage City. The world heritage site consists of the old Hanseatic wharf and buildings, and one of the best known urban areas from the Middle Ages in all of Norway. In 1360, the German Hanseatic League set up one of its import and export offices at Bryggen, dominating trade for almost 400 years. To stroll through the narrow alleyways and overhanging galleries is to step back into the mists of time and a bygone era. Bryggen is very much a living part of the cultural heritage that is still in active use in this historical area of the city. Today, there are several attractions in the area, from the Fish Market to Bergenhus Fortress and there are many cafés, restaurants and shops to choose from. Many of the shops sell traditional and unique crafts.”
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Natural Feature
“If you like hiking on the mountain and get a good viev. It is possible to take a trio to one of the mountains in Bergen. Løvstakken is located in Fyllingsdalen, but is accessable from many different routes. I t is smart to have good shoes for hiking . ”
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“Bergens biggest park. Really nice for grilling and sunbathing on nice days.”
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“Small and cozy bar with a lively atmosphere in the weekends. Great bartenders that can mix any drinks you desire - the Chilli Martini is reccommended!”
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History Museum
“Do not miss out on Gamle Bergen when you are in Bergen. It is an outdoor museum with 60-70 wooden houses that takes you back 300 years in time. It is even free of charge. Walk there in 20 minutes or take any bus from Skutevikstorget going north and go off at Gamle Bergen. ”
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Galería de arte
“All of the main museums for contemporary and classic arts in Bergen are situated along or next to Rasmus Meyers Allé, next to the Lille Lunggårdsvann lake in the middle of town. Check out for program and updates. ”
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