This can be a 3-hour walking or a 4-hour minibus tour.
3-Hour Walking Tour
Bergen is compact, with all its major attractions packed in the city center, which makes it perfect to explore on foot. We'll with a Bergenhus Fortress, the seat for Norwegian kings in medieval times, then stop at the St. Mary Chuch, the oldest stone church in Bergen. We’ll also visit a UNESCO heritage site Hanseatic Office Bryggen, a famous Bergen fish market, a Bergen Theater building, and main pedestrian square Torgalmeningen.
The next stop will be at the statues of two famous Norwegian composers – Ole Bull and Edward Grieg. Then we’ll continue our way to the Festive Square, Museum association KODE, and city lake. Finally, we’ll finish our tour at the lower station of the Bergen Funicular line.
4-Hour Minibus Tour
This panoramic tour will take you to the medieval Bergenhus Fortress, the oldest stone royal residence in the country. Later we’ll pass on to the Hanseatic Office Bryggen, which was inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979. The narrow passageways still preserve the medieval spirit. Our bus will stop by at the Custom pier – one of the best places to take panoramic pictures of Old Bergen and the city mountains. We’ll pass through peninsula Nordnes, Bergen Theatre building, Grieg Hall, and finally to the royal castle Gamlehaugen on the shore of the Nordas lake. After a visit to the stave church in Fantoft, we’ll take the city’s funicular line to the viewpoint at the mountain Floien summit.
After 30 minutes of free time, we’ll return to the lower station of the funicular where we will end our tour.