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Walking Tour in Bergen of the Past and Present
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Walking Tour in Bergen of the Past and Present

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Explore Bergen past and present with a certified fluent English-speaking guide. <br><br>This small-group walking tour combines history, culture and everyday life as we walk through both the most famous attractions of Bergen and the off-the-beaten path parts of the city. We will discuss not just the fascinating history of Bergen, but also what it's like to live in Bergen today - including everyday life, housing, work, education and anything you wish to ask. We'll explore the issues currently facing Bergen today, but also what makes Bergen a special place to live.<br><br>We will walk through historical locations past picturesque houses, churches, hills and parks. You'll get an idea of museums, restaurants and shops that you can explore on your own. <br><br>With this walking tour, you'll get a feel not just for Bergen's history and culture, but also the 'real Bergen'. Join Emma, your local guide, on this unique and special walk through the best city in Norway!
$25.60 per adult
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Masood K wrote a review Mar 2020
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania1,098 contributions70 helpful votes
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The Fjord – zero emission classic vessel, that operates on electricity is the best way to sail through the narrow passages between the fjords. Being electrically operated, there is no sound or vibration in the vessel, which makes the sailing so serene that one falls in love with this place and doesn’t want the journey to end. The vessels docks at small villages which are nothing short of fairy land with coloured roofs in the foreground and the white snow peaks in the background. Some of the passages are so narrow, that you literally feel the mountain falling on you. This is a must must do if you are in Norway. It’s a journey that you need to experience, otherwise you have missed out the best part of Norway.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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simply-peregrinating wrote a review Mar 2020
Waddington, United Kingdom2,703 contributions475 helpful votes
We were fortunate to be on a cruise ship small enough to go down Nærøyfjord almost to Gundavgen. The scenery is marvellous, from the water to the mountain top. Every now and then waterfalls cascade down the sides. As you sail down the fjord you pass scattered traditional farmsteads before reaching Gundavgen.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Travelnik wrote a review Feb 2020
Canberra, Australia479 contributions98 helpful votes
Such a beautiful area and well worth the ferry from Gudvangen - Flam or vice versa (return trip is also an option). We took the Future of the Fjords vessel which was super modern and very quiet! The boat is also very accessible with wheelchairs being able to access the outside viewing platforms via ramps. View of the Fjord was spectacular with so many waterfalls and clearing areas with small villages and farms dotted along the path. Warning it does get very cold in winter, so be sure to rug up if you want to venture out onto the decks!! Food and drinks available on board for purchase. We pre-purchase tickets via the visit Flam website and got a discount - you can also buy tickets when you arrive, it is very quiet during winter.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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101edwin wrote a review Oct 2019
21 contributions7 helpful votes
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It was raining in Oct. Luckily we have our rain coat with us. There are warm indoor area in cruise too. Food on board are not cheap and we brought some food from a grocery store while we are in Bergen. Tranquil, scenic, peaceful. We took a train from Bergen, changed to bus 950 at Voss and took the cruise at the last stop of bus 950. Taking a stop break and continue tomorrow because of short day light.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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monica2017182 wrote a review Aug 2019
Rome, Italy37 contributions5 helpful votes
Visita It by car, by boat, by bike or on foto, Will Be a Great experience! Hiking to panoramica points Luke Stegastein Is wonderful. Unmissable a tour by boat from Gudvangen. Steep ascent to mountains and Amazing waterfalls.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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