So im a single traveler who cannot drive a car.
I want to travel to norway for its natural beauty and its ties to music.
So I want to make the most of my trip scenic wise.
I know my options are limited without a car, and im also not big on hiking for 1 hour+
Already plan on doing the 4 hour sognefjord cruise, and 4 hour nærøyfjord cruise. Ill be staying practically on the aurland fjords so walking around there should be interesthing.
I plan on the edvard grieg and ole bull house of course!
So im making of finishing my trip with a trip tp utne. Interested in seeing the hardanger violins and costumes specifically. Thinking I could also do some sight seeing there. But ive been told by people that the hardangerfjord simply is not "worth" it. Especially not if I do not plan on hiking the eidfjord? Any opinions on this. I want to make this trip as scenic as I can. I also plan on a quiet day walking around bergen seeing bryggen and håkonshal.
Another few questuions I have is. Is bergen save to walk around in the early morning? 6 to 9 pm alone?(specifiaclly speaking the busstasjion area).
I plan on bringinh 400 euro for souvenirs/public transportation/food(I do npt drink alcohol or will be eating at restaurants) will this be sufficient?
And last. Is there any kind of traditional norwegian sweets/candy/snacks I should definitely buy/try?