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Small beach behind Gamlehaugen by Nordåsvannet. Large lawn for sunbathing. Parking at Gamlehaugen.
Lovely little spot close to Old Bergen Museum. Diving board and tower, BBQ area and lawn for sunbathing. No beach.
An 8-minute ride to the top of Mount Fløyen (altitude 320 m). Runs every half hour, every 15 minutes if necessary. A magnificent view over Bergen and the suburbs. Ideal for mountain walks. Children's playground available and a souvenir shop open all year.
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.
The picturesque and lively Fish Market in Bergen is one of Norway's most visited outdoors markets and has a charming location in the heart of the city between the fjords and Bergen's 7 mountains. The Fish Market also sells fruit, vegetables, flowers, handicrafts and souvenirs.
Here the whole family can enjoy the inside as well as the outside pools. There are plenty of adventurous experiences; either you choose one of our 8 pools, waterslides, Jacuzzis, or take pleasure in the good food and drinks while relaxing at the "beach-area".
Leo `s Playland is Scandinavia's largest amusement park chain! Leo's Playland is a meeting place for the whole family. Here you can play, relax, eat and have a great fun! All amusement parks have bike lanes, slides, softball cannons, trampolines and much more fun!
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.
Explore Bergen practical and cheaper with the Bergen Card! Enjoy free bus travel within city limits, free admittance to most museums, attractions, sightseeing and parking.
The tower was built in the 1560s by the governor of Bergen Castle (Bergenhus), Erik Rosenkrantz, and served as a combined residence and fortified tower.