DISCOVER BERGEN ON SMALL ELECTRIC BUSES
Sightseen, Less than 1 hour walking
In a nutshell A comfortable charming tour on small electric buses to explore, while fully respecting the environment, the picturesque port of Bergen declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Medieval buildings of this coastal city and its typical streets dotted with colourful wooden buildings as far as a viewpoint to admire the fjord of Bergen in all its splendour.
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- Tour on small electric buses
- Fortress and Medieval buildings
- Picturesque Bryggen port
- Lively fish market
- Peaceful Nordnes peninsula
- Nøstet residential district
- Breathtaking views from the top of Mount Fløien
- We leave the ship behind us to board our eco-friendly and comfortable means of transport - small electric buses take us in fact to discover the main attractions as well as some hidden gems in the coastal city of Bergen.
- Thanks to our guide, we find out that Bergen, which was founded in 1070 AD, was once the capital of Norway and thus boasts numerous historic sites such as the Fortress with its Medieval buildings including the Royal Castle, Håkonshallen and the Rosenkrantz tower.
- Ever since the Middle Ages, the city owed its wealth and importance to fish trade, as testified by the picturesque port of Bryggen, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and boasting colourful wooden houses as well as the lively fish market, which has been supplying the locals since 1276.
- Our comfortable electric buses then take us to the Nordnes peninsula with its picturesque white wooden houses and where we stop to take a few photos in the park of the same name offering magnificent views over the port of Bergen.
- We cross Nøstet, one of Bergen's most popular and panoramic residential areas, drive past the student campus with its botanical garden and then reach the peak of Mount Fløien, a natural terrace offering breathtaking views over the Bergen fjord.
- Our pleasant excursion of this charming city comes to an end and we return to the ship after getting off the bus.
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