We fly direct from Billund to Bergen twice a week.
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Fly direct from Jutland to Bergen. Bergen Airport is only about 17 km from the city centre, with regular bus services operating between the two. Despite being Norway's second largest city, Bergen has the charm and atmosphere of a small village.
The city was founded over 900 years ago, with roots dating back to the Viking Age. Bergen was one of the Hanseatic cities, and the centre for trade between Norway and Europe for centuries. One of the city’s most popular attractions is the vibrantly coloured old trading houses on the pier next to the harbour. Considered one of the most beautiful urban spaces in the world, they areincluded on UNESCO 's World Heritage list.Today, the historical buildings are used as shops, studios, restaurants and offices. Bryggens Museum is another of Bergen’s famous historial buildings and gives youa glimpse of the Hanseatic League lifestyle dating back to the Middle Ages. The charming wooden houses along the streets and squares elsewhere in the city are also worth a visit.
Do not miss soaking up the exciting atmosphere of the harbour’s fish market, where sellers from all over Europe come to sell their fish. It’s the perfect place to pick up fresh cod, whale steaks, moose sausages and much more, as well as fruit and a large selection of crafts and other souvenirs.
Bergen is also famous for the stunning scenery of the surrounding seven mountains. From the panoramic platform at the top of the Fløibanen there is a fantastic view of the city, the mountains and the fjord. Hop on board the legendary cable car and ascend the 320 metres to the cityhill of Fløyen. The eight-minute journey runs from early morning to late evening. See more information here.
Alternatively, you can experience a breathtaking 643-metre gondola ride up Ulriken, Bergen’s highest mountain, followed by a scenic hike at the top.
The city’s aquarium is also worth a visit. It contains approximately 60 tanks housing marine life that is specific to the Norwegian coast. So as well as fish such as cod, you’ll see more exotic animals such as crocodiles, snakes and turtles.
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