Campervan parking available at Bergenshallen approx. 10 minutes from Bergen city centre by Bergen Light Rail (Bybanen).
Campervan parking available at Bergenshallen approx. 10 minutes from Bergen city center by Bergen Light Rail (Bybanen).
The stop is called Sletten and is located by the entrance to Sletten Shopping Center only 2 minutes walk form the campervan parking. Sletten senter offers 19 shops including groceries.
The parking facility is open 24 hours every day, all year.
Facilities: Fresh water on tap, emptying campervan toilets and disposal of waste. 220 Volt power is available for some of the slots.
Payment: Self-sevice payment for parking at allocated ticket machines.
Capacity: 28 caravans
|Season (29 May 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)|
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