Join a guided tour by bus and see all the highlights in Bergen in 2 hours.
This tour was a popular tour in 2019. It has not yet been decided if the tour will run in Christmas 2020. We will update as soon as we know.
Take the opportunity to see the beautiful and historical places of Bergen decorated for Christmas!
The tour starts from the Tourist Information and contiunes along the harbor to Tollbodkaien, Muren, the theatre and the Grieg Hall. We continue out of the city center towards Gamlehaugen (The King's Residence), Landås, before we return to Bryggen where there will be a short stop. Then we continue to Skuteviken, St Mary's Church, past Fløibanen Funicular and return to the Tourist Information. There is a authorized Bergen-guide on board the bus.
Departure and meeting point: Outside the Tourist Information at the Fish Market at 11:00.
Tickets: Tickets can be bought at the Tourist Information.
A family ticket costs NOK 600 and is valid for 2 adults and 2 children. Single tickets can be purchased for NOK 300. The ticket is non-refundable.
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