Bergen is a city full of history and tradition. It is also a World Heritage City, which will give you a first class culture experience. Bergen can offer first class nature, culture, and city break experiences all year around. A ”must” is Bryggen in Bergen.
Fløibanen to Fløyen viewpoint is one of Norway’s most famous attractions and also one of the country’s most visited destinations. The trip on Fløibanen starts in Bergen city centre, 150 metres from the Fish market. The Fløibanen uses 6 minutes to Fløyen viewpoint, which is 320 metres above sea level. At the top you will have gorgeous views over the city of Bergen and the islands surrounding it.
Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life AS/www.fjordnorway.com
2. The Aquarium
At the Aquarium you will find some of the most fascinating and beautiful creatures from various climates such as the tropical rainforest, the ocean floor and the arctic. Our goal is to spread knowledge about animals and animal welfare, preservation and biological diversity. Welcome to the Bergen Aquarium, which is beautifully located in the Nordnes Park area of the city which also offers great bathing at Nordnes Sea baths.
Photo: Bergen Reiselivslag/visitBergen.com
The gondola brings you up to the highest of the ”7 Fjell” (7 mountains). The trip offers you spectacular views of the city of Bergen and surrounding areas. At the top of Ulriken, you can try the new Zipline, which will give you an amazing view over the city and its fjords.
Photo: Bergen Reiselivslag/Espen Haagensen/visitBergen.com
4. High and low climbing park
The largest climbing park in the western part of Norway, is located in Nesttun, Bergen. The climbing park has 115 exiting elements and more than 20 ziplines. The climbing park can offer activities and challenges for every age group and skill level, which will give you the experience of a lifetime. We accommodate for challenging activities and awesome experiences in a safe environment.
Photo: Åse Andersen
5. The veteran railway
Take a trip back in time with the Old Voss railway, all aboard beautifully restored railway carriages of teak, pulled by a steam locomotive from the early 1900s. The train runs the 18 km stretch of rail between Garnes Station and Midttun station. During this journey you can experience the beautiful landscape of Vestlandet, close to the sea on the one side, and the steep mountainside on the other.
Photo: Åse Andersen