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Skipperstuen is one of Bergen's oldest pubs. Experience an unaffected and vibrant place where people gather over a beer to the live music and good atmosphere. Nice, casual atmosphere with live music Wednesday to Sunday. Beer garden with heating lamps
Vaagen Pub is a pleasant pub close to the harbor, in the heart of Bergen. Vaagen Pub offer a great atmosphere with live music Thursday, Saturday and Sunday night, and karaoke Friday and Saturday. Our popular menu consists of good traditional Norwegian cuisine.
Seafood experience at Holmen! Situated in the North West side of Bjorøy, only 30 minutes from Bergen, Cornelius offers unique seafood experiences made from the very best and freshest ingredients, prepared with passion, knowledge and tradition.
Max capacity: Banquet: 65+65. Reception: 130.
Relax, reflect and take in the serenity of the fjord at Solstrand’s recently expanded SPA. Integrating Scandinavian bathing traditions and ideas of wellness, the SPA reflects the hotel’s vision of a rural idyll.
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.
Enjoy Norway’s iconic coastline from the comfort of a Hurtigruten ship, the original coastal voyage since 1893.
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for two people
A beautiful boat trip and a unique seafood experience at Cornelius Seafood Restaurant on Holmen island a short distance from the City of Bergen.
Wool has always been used in Norway and at Hillesvåg Wool Économusée, visitors are invited to watch the production from beginning to end. Some of the machinery is more than a hundred years old, in some cases older than the factory itself.
Bergen's oldest known tavern, the Altona, dates back to approx. the 17th century. The cellar has a rich history, and carries memories of this with it to this very day.. Today, we offer a wide selection of fine wines and spirits in historic surroundings.
Island hopping is a round trip to the westernmost islands in Norway. Traveling by boat you get close to the unique and spectacular scenery on the coast, and you get to experience the everyday life of the people living on the islands.