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Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf

Bergen, Norway
+47 479 79 577
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“alley ways” (26 reviews)
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Bergen, Norway
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"interesting shops"
in 32 reviews
"alley ways"
in 26 reviews
"colorful buildings"
in 25 reviews
"unesco heritage site"
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"tourist shops"
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"narrow alleyways"
in 32 reviews
"historic area"
in 28 reviews
"fish market"
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"wander around"
in 24 reviews
"hanseatic league"
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"walking tour"
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"tourist trap"
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"sunny day"
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"bryggen"
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"stroll"
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Reviewed today via mobile

Lots of shops and restaurants. A good place to sit with a beer or coffee and people watch. Many historical buildings. I took lots of photos.

Thank Lady_Sadie
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Reviewed yesterday

You can see Bryggen in a day, and that's what I'd recommend devoting to it. Two days, tops. The historic buildings and the Hanseatic museum are interesting and important, but the area has a cheesy tourist vibe. You'll find few locals spending their time in...More

Thank Richard M
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Reviewed yesterday

This group of houses along the Bergen Shore is just amazing. The shops are interesting too. Make sure to check out the alleyways.

Thank momskier
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Bergen has a nice old city center in the warf area of Bryggen. It is well kept and has nice alleyways to stroll, shop and eat.

Thank paularps
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Explore the small alleys between the buildings there is lots to explore. There is even a really good restaurant tucked behind the hanseatic buildings.

1  Thank johnmJ2594PN
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The Wharf is a warren of tiny alleys, walkways and tourist shops. The entrance is hard to find along the restored shop fronts of the main wharf in Bergen. Cafe and toilet facilities are limited but take your time just to wander and be amazed...More

1  Thank DRW44
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This is the most beautiful part of Bergen and a world heritage site. One can find good Norwegian cuisine here on food trucks and other gift articles.

2  Thank Meenakshi C
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Reviewed 4 days ago

I chatted for a while with an employee at the Hanseatic Museum and learned a bit about the fascinating history of this section of Bergen. Knowing the background made it far more interesting to explore the extremely charming neighborhood of old wooden buildings and winding...More

1  Thank Stacie C
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Great area to walk long and see the lovely restored slightly wonky buildings. Lots of small alley ways to enter and see even earlier buildings. Shops scattered through the area, cobbled streets and eay walk from the city centre.

1  Thank GingerRose63
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

I walked around here several days while I was staying in the area. It's a UNESCO site because of the old shops. It's really beautiful and there are a lot of shops in a small area. You can see the cruise ships and the fish...More

1  Thank Heather R
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MassZiggy
12 November 2017|
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Response from Geri G | Reviewed this property |
The train journey is beautiful. Especially in July, I could imagine. The hotel in Oslo I can recommend is Zander K. Very modern hotel and just 1 min from the train station. Central Bergen is a very small so from the hotel to... More
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bigbigtuna
7 September 2017|
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Response from barbarabutler2015 | Reviewed this property |
That's really interesting, tracing your ancestry. There is a ship service for the Norwegian coast called Hurtegrutigan (I'm not sure if I've spelt that right). It's a good way to explore Norway and might serve the... More
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amirk973
6 June 2017|
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Response from jaylowe | Reviewed this property |
You can google "Norway in a nutshell" and have someone putting together a combo for you. But it's totally doable on your own. Just buy the train ticket from Oslo to Flam on NSB website, and the Naeroyfjord cruise from Flam... More
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