The wonderful town of Bergen in Norway – famous for it’s beautiful wooden buildings, tramcar funicular, fish market and a rather wet climate!




Evening view towards the top of the Fløybanen in Bergen.



Bryggen in Bergen is the third most visited attraction in Norway and comprises of 61 listed building that are on UNESCO’s world heritage list. Despite many fires in Bergen the basic structure of this area has been saved.





Bergens famous Fløibanen.

This trip up Mount Fløyen takes 7 minutes and is a funicular, which means that the two trams are connected by cable and
counterbalance each other as they go in opposite directions. It is one
of Bergen’s most popular tourist attractions as well as being high on the list of Norway’s most visited too. From it’s start at 18 meters above sea level it arrives at it’s fantastic viewpoint at 320 masl.



Restaurant To Kokker – a room with almost 300 years of history.


Bergen Matbørs








2 views of Bergen’s Fish Market

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