|Season (1 June 2020 - 31 Aug 2020)|
|Monday - Sunday||11:00||- 14:30|
|Season (1 Sept 2020 - 30 Sept 2020)|
|Monday - Sunday||11:00||- 14:30|
|Season (1 Oct 2020 - 31 Oct 2020)|
|Monday - Friday||Closed|
|Saturday - Sunday||11:00||- 14:30|
Experience a 3 1/2-hour World Heritage Tour between steep mountains and deep fjords through old Viking country and the famous Mostraumen tidal current.
The tour starts at Zachariasbryggen, right beside Bergen’s famous Fish Market. We then head for beautiful Modalen, the second smallest municipality in Norway with a population of just 380, before returning to Bergen.
As we leave Bergen, we pass the Hanseatic wharf Bryggen, which is now inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List, the old buildings in Skuteviken and Sandviken, and past Old Bergen Museum. This tour thus also provides an insight into Bergen’s stockfish history and its unique buildings. The tours are guided.
The old Viking landscape to Mostraumen is wild and beautiful. And it becomes even more wild and beautiful after we make our way through the famous Mostraumen tidal current, where majestic mountains rise steeply to heights of 1,200 metres on both sides of the Mofjord.
Vikings lived along the fjord, and the first Viking church was built in 1024. It was decided at the Mostratinget assembly that Hamre church was to be the main church for the whole of Nordhordland. It was probably the only church in Nordhordland during the early Christian period. The original stave church was demolished in around 1620 and the current church built in 1622, using parts of the old church.
Departure: From Zachariasbryggen quay by the Fish Market.
Length: 3 1/2 hours
You can buy tickets online here or from the Tourist Information in Bergen.
The ticket is then valid for two adults and two children (between the ages of 4 and 15).
More than 2 adults and 2 children?
First order a family ticket and add it in the shopping cart. Then make a new search for the rest of the party and add those to the shopping cart as well. Then proceed to payment.
If a cancellation is made up to two days prior to departure, you will receive a full refund minus a cancellation fee of NOK 100 per order. (Not per person). No refund is given for trips cancelled after this. Send an email to email@example.com to cancel a tour.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Children under 16 years||NOK250.00 tickets|
|Children under 3 years||Free|
|Family ticket (2 adults + 2 children)||NOK1,100.00 tickets|
April - September: NOK 590 for adults and NOK 350 for children.
October-December: NOK 450 for adults and NOK 250 for children.
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