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Bergen is surrounded by beautiful mountains and great hikes just a few minuts from the city centre. Most of our hikes starts from the top of Mt...
Bergen is surrounded by beautiful mountains with a variety of hikes only minutes from the center of town. We take you along for a 3 hour hike from the top of Bergen's highest mountain.
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.
The Sea Eagle Safari is an adventure along Televåg’s wild and fascinating coastline. Your journey starts on foot over rocky, heather moors to the tip of the archipelago. As you approach the open sea, you’re entering the kingdom of the magnificent sea eagles.
Discover the history of dried fish at Bergen port.
Hike between Mt. Ulriken and Mt. Fløyen on the mountain plateau "Vidden". Experience real norwegian mountains, just minutes from the center of Bergen. We can guarantee you awe-inspiring, beautiful norwegian nature. Our guides share local nature- and cultural- history as you go. Duration 5-6 hours.
This is an excellent walk suitable for most people – all you need is a good pair of walking shoes. The walk is on paths through easy terrain, and takes in forests, mountains, idyllic small lakes and beautiful views.
The journey takes you from the North Sea Traffic Museum in Telavåg, along the North Sea Trail to Selstø cabins. The tour gives an insight info Televåg’s rich history and includes a 1km walk through terrain which can be wet at times.
From the Coastal Museum in Øygarden we’ll take you on a journey around the surrounding bay, where you can experience 10000 years’ of natural and cultural history. From the perspective of the area’s fishermen and farmers, we’ll unravel the area’s rich history, from its geology to its more recent cultural history.
During Viking times, Hernar Island was a central hub for travellers to the western islands of Norway and, during the last few centuries established, itself as an important trading post.
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