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This leisurely week-long self-drive holiday explores two of the country’s most spectacular fjords and a lot more of Norway’s incredible scenery besides.
Nama Sushi & Noodles serves quality Sushi and Asian food. Sushi Bar and Asian warm dishes from a la carte menu.
Big Horn Steak House is an American inspired steakhouse, which specializes in serving beef of highest quality to its customers and guests. Here you get large meals in a nice and warm atmosphere.
Jacob Aall Brasserie & Bar can offer lunch, a la Carte menu in the evening for 330 guests, and banqueting room for 50-100 guests. This room is particular suited for conferences and courses. Welcome to one of Bergen's most modern restaurants.
Meet famous local personalities like Snorre, Vitus and Amalie. Experience the great atmosphere created by the young and old citizens of Bergen who keep coming back to say hello to the animals - and to meet each other. Since 1960, the aquarium has formed a vibrant part of our local identity.
Visit Fløien Folkerestaurant at the top of Mount Fløyen - perhaps the best way to experience Bergen. One of Bergen's most unusual restaurants, with amazing view and innovative cuisine with respect for traditions. Max capacity: Banquet: 290. Reception: 450.
Spisestedet Troldhaugen is a cafeteria and event venue situated next to Edvard Grieg’s home. Food and drink are provided by Bellevue Catering directly from Lyststedet Bellevue.
Lyststedet Bellevue is magnificent placed in a quiet residental area with a spectacular view over Bergen.
Open all year for private arrangements.
The banquet facilities can cater for 10 - 225 guests.
Popular swimming spot at Lønborg, two kilometres north of the NHH college. Sandy beach, smooth rocks and children's pool. Diving board, kiosk, showers and toilets. Popular cliffs for climbing. Good parking facilities nearby.
One of the most scenic cycle rides from 'the roof of Norway' right down to the sea! The name Rallarvegen dates from the time the navvies used it as a road during the construction of the Bergen Railway. Today, it is best known as a cycle route of rare beauty offering countless natural experiences.