|Season (1 July 2021 - 1 Sept 2021)|
|Monday - Wednesday||Closed|
|Thursday - Sunday||15:00||- 17:00|
Join us for a guided walk through one of Bergen’s most charming neighborhoods.
Bergen has many charming neighborhoods close to the city centre. Neighborhoods with narrow paved streets, old houses and a special kind of charm you will never forget. On this guided walk you will experience the village-like atmosphere and all of the sights of the picturesque peninsula Nordnes.
Together we will explore the secluded, narrow alleyways. You will hear about the rich history of the area and the fascinating stories of the people who inhabited them. You will learn why there are large contrasts in the types of buildings and architecture throughout the Nordnes area, and how rich merchants and shipping magnates have shaped this part of the city. Along the way you will have plenty of opportunities to take photos of the old wooden houses, the beautiful alleyways and even a totem pole. (You didn’t see that one coming, did you?)
The locals in Bergen are famous in Norway for being very patriotic about their city. But also within the city, some neighborhoods are taking it a step further. The locals living in Nordnes are calling the area “Republikken Nordnes” (the republic of Nordnes), and have even started producing their own products such as the Nordnes Cola. On this tour you will get a feeling of how the locals in this very small “republic” live nowadays, and enjoy some of the refreshing local products (included in the price) on a stop in the very heart of Nordnes at Klosteret.
Meeting point and time:
Right outside the Tourist Information. Our guide will have a green jacket or umbrella.
Private groups can be arranged upon request. Contact us here.
The tour takes about 2 hours and covers a walking distance of approximately 3 kilometers, at an easy pace. Dress comfortably and according to weather. Bring some extra water, especially on warm days.
The tour will primarily be done in English, but the tour guide will adapt the language to the group.
German and other languages are available upon request. Contact us here.
Maximum number of participants:
The tour must be booked online. The booking confirmation you receive by email is your ticket. Please show the confirmation on your mobile device or bring a printed copy at the start of the tour.
-If you wish to cancel, please contact us at email@example.com as soon as possible.
If the organizer must cancel the tour due to Covid-19 restrictions implied by the authorities, a full refund will be given. Adverse weather like rain or wind are not enough to cancel the tour unless they mean a risk to the safety of the group. We follow the recommendations of the local authorities.
Safety and corona virus measures:
As a group, we need to be aware of our surroundings and respect the rest of the people and vehicles around us. We will also take a few measures to keep the group safe while sharing an enjoyable walk-through town. Among them:
-Please do not book nor join the tour if you have respiratory symptoms and/or are in quarantine.
-We may ask all the guests to register their name and phone. This is to ease tracking if necessary. This information will be saved for up to 10 days in accordance with local regulations.
-Practice good hand hygiene throughout the tour. Hand sanitizer will be available for you at all times. Just approach your guide and he will be happy to help you.
-Please keep at least 1 meter distance between each other throughout the tour.
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