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Bergen, Norway


View from Mount Floyen

Introduction

Bergen is the second largest city in Norway and a busy port serving the oil and gas industry in the North Sea. Additional port guide here http://www.cruise-norway.no/Ports/Bergen/default.aspx

Where You're Docked

Ships may dock at several different piers around Bergen marked J on the map below. Shuttle service is usually provided for locations further out dropping you off near the fountain downtown. Schedule from Port of Bergen here http://www.bergenhavn.no/

Jekteviksterminalen

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Skolten and Bontelabo

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Money and Tipping

Norway's currency is the Norwegian Krone (NOK). Euros may accepted in shops and restaurants.

Local Transportation

You shouldn't need to use local transportation since most sites are in the city center. City Sightseeing runs a Hop On, Hop Off bus service for 250 NOK (June 2014). http://www.citysightseeing.no/

Hotels

Search hotels in Bergen here

Must See Sights

  • Mount Floyen Funicular - Take this cable car for great views of the city from Mount Floyen. Wheelchair accessible. You can also hike up following the trail uphill and to the right of the funicular. 80 NOK (return trip, Dec 2011). http://www.floibanen.com/
  • Bryggen - This historic but touristy area is Bergen's old town with leaning wooden buildings.
  • Fish Market - A small but lively market next to Bryggen

Shopping & Restaurants

Torggaten is the main pedestrian mall and square surrounded by department stores, cafes and restaurants.

Internet

Mcdonalds and cafes may provide free wifi for customers. The large tourist office beside the fish market has free wifi.

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Weather

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