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Bergen

Lidia Kleiberg Bergen Guide

Bergen – the starting point of many unforgettable journeys into Norway’s natural realms. With a professional guide, you will be able to see many historical sights and learn a lot of new things about the everyday lives of Norwegians. Lidia Kleiberg can tailor these trips to your personal interests for example in Russian.

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Rallarvegen

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.

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Ulriken643

The Unriken643 Panoramic Tour takes you by cable car to the highest of Bergen’s famous ‘Seven Mountains’. The tour takes you to spectacular scenery and mountain terrain 643 metres above the city streets.
NOK 145 per person

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Bryggen in Bergen

The very first buildings in Bergen were alongside the harbour called Bryggen. The old Hanseatic wharf is architecturally unique and is included on UNESCO's list of world heritage of history and culture.

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Bryggen Tracteursted

•Bryggen – the Wharf in Bergen is known worldwide as one of UNESCO’s •World Heritage Sites, the centre of historical Bergen and a must for any visitor...
Price for 3 course: 425-565 kr

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Schjøtt

This shop has souvenirs from Bergen and Norway. In addition we have a large selection of flags.

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Audhild Viken

The Audhild Viken shop has been awarded for design excellence by the Norwegian Design Council, for its shop located at Bryggen. Welcome to our shop, which sells memories and gifts from Norway.

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Røst

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Elg

14 square meters of Elg souvenirs. The king of the forest deserves a shop of his own!

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All-year Christmas Shop

Bergen has an all-year round Christmas shop with a large selection of the typical Norwegian Santa Claus called ''nisse''.
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