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The Culture Boat MS Glesnes takes you on a fascinating tour through the ocean south-west of Sotra. The beautiful archipelago, fresh sea air, delicious seafood and even a competition to catch the biggest fish. We can tailor our tours to meet your needs, with fantastic local food and culture you’ll have an unforgettable maritime adventure.
Five-day cycling trip along the Sognefjord, passing small islands and skerries along the coast in Gulen, and up in the Stølsheimen mountains.
Welcome to von Tangen Fishbar! Tasty dishes in a truly unique setting, traditional Norwegian contemporary cuisine developed in recent times.
One of the oldest wooden buildings in Bergen, furnished in 18th century style to provide an intimate picture of the life of a Hanseatic merchant.
The building from where the café trades today was built in 1925. Enjoy a good cup of coffee in this characteristic cafe and soak up its historic atmosphere, while battling out a game of chess, back-gammon or ludo.
Panorama hotel is a great starting point for a day or many days of paddling. The hotel has all facilities, and even rent out kayaks. The Fjord, the...
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.
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
St Mary`s church is the oldest existing building in Bergen. To judge by its architectural style, it was probably built between 1130 and 1170.