The Charm of the North
Fjords so deep that you’ll never see the bottom. Mountains so high that the snow on the peaks never melts. Thundering waterfalls that can be heard from far away – Norway captivates visitors with the power of its magnificent nature. But the country will enchant you with more than just its majestic fjords and cliffs. It also has many, many charming little towns where you can let the local Norwegian laid-back mentality be your guide. Let us take you on a journey to Bergen and show you the most charming squares and hidden corners in town.
A view of Bergen
Land ahoy! We say goodbye to all things water-related and head 643 metres higher up to Ulriken, the city’s highest mountain. Surrounded by rocky hills and a strong breeze, what awaits you there is what makes Norway so unique: a never-ending view into the distance. In fact, you can see so far that fjords and sky merge on the horizon. And if you look downwards, you get a clear view all the way down to lively Bergen. There are several ways to reach the summit: if you prefer a harder, steeper climb, take the Ulriken opp; if you fancy a leisurely swinging ride, take the cable car.
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