|Bergen (14 Apr 2019 - 22 Apr 2019)|
Have a wonderful Easter in Bergen and see all the attractions and activities that make Bergen such an exciting city.
Easter is a great time to experience what Bergen has to offer of museums, attractions, activities and tours. The city has fantastic opportunities whatever your interests, whether it's history, art, fjords, or mountain hikes. Do not miss the wonderful opportunity to explore Bergen in the Easter holidays.
Open attractions and restaurants in Easter:
Take a trip on one of the seven mountains that surround Bergen. You can catch the funicular up to Mount Fløyen or the cable car to Mount Ulriken and get quickly up to the top and see the spectacular view of Bergen. You can also hike up the mountainside and really see why it is called the city between the seven mountains.
Bergen also has a fantastic range of museums, attractions and activities. Meet the penguins at the Bergen Aquarium, see Edvard Munch's famous paintings at the KODE – Art museums and Composer Homes, learn about Bergen at the Hanseatic Museum, soak up the atmosphere at the Fish Market, or go back in time at the Bryggens museum.
Easter is also a good opportunity to experience Bergen with children. Bring your kids to the VilVite Science Center, to the Vannkanten waterworld or go on a discovery tour full of learning at one of the many museums.
If you want to discover the famous fjords in Norway, there is a couple of options available during Easter holidays. Take a full day trip with Norway in a nutshell and see Flåm, Nærøyfjorden and the Flåm Railway or take a half-day trip through the picturesque Osterfjord to Mostraumen on the Fjordcruise Bergen - Mostraumen. If your time is limited, there is also a two hour harbor tour called “Experience Bergen from the fjord” available every day. All tours can be booked online here at visitBergen.com or in the Tourist Information. Please note that some days in Easter are very popular and tends to be fully booked.The Tourist Information is open every day at Easter between 09:00 - 16:00.
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