Gamlehaugen, King Harald's Bergen Residence

Gamlehaugveien 10
5231 Paradis
xxx km from Airport
xxx km to City Centre

55 92 51 20

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Gamlehaugen, King Harald's Bergen Residence

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Public Transport Directions

Car
Take road E39 going south from the city centre approx. 5 km. In the roundabout turn left towards Paradis.

Facilities

General facilities

  • built - 1900

Nature and terrain

  • hiking area

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