Visit the Viewpoints of Ulriken or Flöien
For an excellent view of the beautiful city of Bergen, go up to the mountains surrounding it. The viewpoints of Ulriken or Flöien
Medieavel Bergen - Håkon's Hall
Bergen was the capital of Norway in the early middle ages and the great building Håkonshallen, built in the mid-1200s by King Håkon Håkonsson, gives us an insight in the city’s medieval history.
Walking on the Hansa Brygge
The German trading society Hansa dominated Bergen in the late middle ages and the Hansa Brygge (the Hanseatic Wharf) is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Their main trades were import of grain and export of dry fish.
A walk through the narrow streets with a local guide is fantastic! And of course a visit to their gourmet seafood restaurants is essential. Learn more of Bryggen and the Hanseatic League
Visit Trollhaugen - Home of Composer Grieg
The Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg lived in Bergen and you can visit his home, Trollhaugen.
One of his most famous compositions is the music for the Henrik Ibsen play Peer Gynt.
Bergen is a the fjord capital of fish and seafood. Be sure to visit the Fish Market, located next to the Hansa Brygge.