Bergen, By-Fjord / Norway
Bergen is one of the most charming cities in Norway, not least due to its unique setting between seven hills. The 218,000-inhabitant city is the second largest city in the country and capital of "Fylke Hordaland". In 1070 the city of Bergen was conferred city rights by Bishop Olav Kyrre, in 1217 King Hakon IV declared the town the seat of government of Norway. Today, the oldest and most famous wooden houses of the city are located on the "Bryggen", the former landing dock of the Hanseatic. These unique buildings have been included as one of four properties in Norway in the list of UNESCO.
Attractions: Hanseatic Museum, Bryggen Museum, fortress "Bergenshus", St.Mary's Church, Jorgen Church and the Leprosy Museum, Aquarium.
Bergen City & Troldhaugen Concert
Trip through the Norwegian cultural capital Bergen and visit to the birthplace of the composer Edvard Grieg in Troldhaugen. Guided tour with background music through the house and introduction to Grieg's works and his life.
A bus tour through Bergen takes you to the main attractions of Bergen and its surroundings.
Mountain hike to Mount Floien
Ride to the valley station of the cable car leading up to the "Mount Floien". By cable car up to the mountain station. There start of the hike with panoramic views of the Norwegian mountains. In good weather, the guide brings the group to "Rundemanen". Completion of the trip is the ride by cable car to the valley station.