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Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf

Bergen, Norway
+47 479 79 577
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Bergen, Norway
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Reviewed yesterday

The pretty colored houses gel so well into the surroundings. There is an ice cream parlor nearby that offers delicious ice cream @ 2 Euros only. Enjoying the vibrant colors in bright sunshine with the pleasant sea breeze and a yummy ice cream to lick...More

Thank piyush2884
Reviewed 3 days ago

It's nice to walk around and explore the shops and see the interesting old wood buildings along the waterfront.

Thank D J
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is also one of the must see places while in Bergen. Truly fascinating to walk in-between these very old wooden houses and to almost feel the history. It is also highly recommendable to go inside the houses, wether it is a shop, restaurant or...More

Thank VidarNilsen
Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful old wooden architecture. When you visit Bryggen/haseatic wharf of Bergen dont forget to go up the stairs on the balcony. From there you have great perspectives for pictures. Inside you will find many arteliers, artist shops and souvenirshops or cafes. Take 1 hour to...More

Thank JanChilian
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was a very interesting tour that we took where we saw the wharf and the buildings around and learned the history of the Hanseatic occupation of the area. The weather was not good when we went --- very wet --- but is was worth...More

Thank Dianne D
Reviewed 1 week ago

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...More

1  Thank Gareth W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

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

1  Thank niteowljune
Reviewed 1 week ago 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...More

Thank Tinaballerina
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

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.

Thank somak958
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

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...More

1  Thank GreenThumb331
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MassZiggy
13 November 2017|
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Response from skynet45 | Reviewed this property |
The train ride from Oslo to Bergen is spectacular. We did it as part our our Norway tour earlier this year. The line starts at sea level in Oslo and goes straight over the top of the coastal mountain range well above the... More
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bigbigtuna
7 September 2017|
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Response from barbarabutler2015 | Reviewed this property |
That's really interesting, tracing your ancestry. There is a ship service for the Norwegian coast called Hurtegrutigan (I'm not sure if I've spelt that right). It's a good way to explore Norway and might serve the... More
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amirk973
6 June 2017|
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Response from jaylowe | Reviewed this property |
You can google "Norway in a nutshell" and have someone putting together a combo for you. But it's totally doable on your own. Just buy the train ticket from Oslo to Flam on NSB website, and the Naeroyfjord cruise from Flam... More
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