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Nordnes Sjøbad

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Nordnes Sjøbad

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Bergen: Mostraumen Fjord Cruise

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Make the most of your time in port on this shore excursion in Bergen, timed to your ship. Departing from the center of Bergen, head along the narrow Mostraumen fjord to see some of western Norway's most spectacular scenery, including waterfalls and mountains, as well as wildlife including seals, goats, and perhaps eagles. The captain slows down so that you can get good pictures and tries to get close to the waterfall so you can try a taste of the fresh mountain water.
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Kate B wrote a review Aug 2019
Ramsgate, United Kingdom40 contributions9 helpful votes
I was desperate to get in the sea while away, luckily we had one relatively sunny day so we took advantage. The changing areas are clean and small lockers are provided for valuables, you are able to take you bag outaide around the pool which we did. When we arrived there were only a handful of people there. We bravely jumped into the sea water which was really quite cold but bearable and definitely a refreshing 2 mins! After that you can get into the heated seawater pool, it isn't deep so good if you have kids with you. Deep enough to swim though. The lane closest to the sea was roped of for lanes. The best part about this place is the view we went around 4pm and the sun was shinning right onto the pool. We then used the sauna to warm up. Great place to visit if you want to brave the sea with the safety of a lifeguard (it does give quite a shock) and chill out after a long day of walking.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Travelmom wrote a review Aug 2019
Syracuse, New York148 contributions24 helpful votes
My 21 year old son is a collegiate swimmer and needed to train while on vacation! He swam in the 25 meter pool which was very warm for competitive training and cooLed Off in the harbor! He loved it and the Queen Mary cruise ship was docked nearby making it more special! Cost $10USD per person or 85NOK
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Aurora888789 wrote a review Jul 2019
Frankfurt, Germany6 contributions1 helpful vote
We got lucky to be in Bergen in the few very hot days during summer end of July. This saltwater swimming pool was the highlight for the kids (7 and 11). We also took advantage to swim in the fjord that was over 20 degrees warm and very refreshing. The place is small and can get crowded, but we loved it anyway. An easy 15 minutes walk from the city centre. There is also a nice playground close by with a few climbing walls and trampolines.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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AnnieJ72 wrote a review Jul 2019
Montreal, Canada127 contributions36 helpful votes
hot pool, ocean and a sauna. The kids loved to dive in the cold sea and then go to the saune. For families with kids: combine this with the aquarium next door =amazing.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Butterfly_Spirit22 wrote a review Jul 2018
Los Angeles, California2 contributions3 helpful votes
Such a cool place to visit. The heated pool isn’t super warm but if you rotate being in the hot dry suana, then jump in the cold fjørd, and then relax for a little bit in the heated seawater pool, you feel so alive and refreshed. You get a spectacular view while you are there. The staff is super friendly and helpful and they are working on getting lockers set up (because they’ve recently opened) but the front desk will hold your stuff if you don’t feel comfortable leaving it around the pool area. They have things for sale like snacks, goggles, and shampoo. It takes about a 25-30 min walk from the city center but it’s a really nice and easy walk, not need to find transportation. Once you get to the end of the street there is a park with a walkway to follow down to the pool itself, so it’s kind of hidden but don’t worry, it’s easy to find as long as you can get by the water. Don’t be scared to jump in the fjørd, it’s super refreshing and a great story to tell your friends when you get home!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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