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Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf
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Segway Night Tour of Bergen
Ranked #7 of 158 things to do in Bergen
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Reviewed November 11, 2017

these fabulous buildings are being restored and preserved, old buildings built on wooden rafts, doesn't sound like they have much chance but they look fantastic and are well worth a visit.shops inside most of them selling all sorts of touristy type things, the Norwegian jumpers are to die for.

1  Thank Gareth W
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Reviewed November 8, 2017 via mobile

Great walking through historic wharf area. Lots of shops and plenty of restaurants. Loved the moose shop right on the wharf.

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Reviewed November 8, 2017 via mobile

As usual it was raining when we visited the Bryggen in Bergen and as Norway closes in September the Hanseatic Museum was closed!! No tradesmen were working so for us it was a disappointment, however if you do go don't miss the houses behind the wharf, they are very interesting
. Beware the Christmas shop it is full of Chinese imports!!

1  Thank Tinaballerina
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Reviewed November 7, 2017

Amazing place with many restaurants and shops. There is a local fish market with fresh seafood near by. cable car to Mount Floyen is also near by.

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Reviewed October 27, 2017

This historic wharf started way back in 1070. It gained more importance as a trading port when the Hanseatic merchants established an office in 1350. The warehouses were filled with stock fish and cereal from northern Europe.

Several fires destroyed the houses in 1476, 1702 and 1955. Eventually, they were reconstructed and only a few houses contain the original timber. The row of wooden multi color houses was declared as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1979. Its memory as one of the greatest trading posts will live on. Many tourists witness this today when they visit Bergen.

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