Bergen Christmas Market is opening this year for the very first time, right in the heart of Bergen at Festplassen square. Open from 7 - 23 December 2017.
Handmade, homemade, edible and maybe even a gift made by the artists themselves while you wait.
City of Gastronomy Bergen, with its patisseries and chefs from all four corners of the world, have whetted their Christmas appetites and are offering the very best of Christmas food, bakes and seasonal flavours.
There will be both indoor and outdoor activities and experiences that children and adults alike can look forward to - a Ferris wheel, carousel and the World’s Smallest Gingerbread Town, to name but a few. The Christmas market has its own heated pavilion, where you can enjoy fare from the market’s food and drinks stalls. There is a small Christmas bazaar Juletorget that makes up a separate part of the main Bergen Christmas Market. Here you will find ten new, local stalls every day offering a variety of unique homemade Christmas gifts.
Bergen Christmas Market is the place to find exciting Christmas gifts, or just to come and get into the Christmas spirit with family and friends.
|Season (7 Dec 2017 - 23 Dec 2017)|
|Monday - Sunday||10:00||- 20:00|
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