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Bryggen in Bergen

Bryggen (German wharf / Hansa wharf) includes wooden buildings in the historic center of Bergen. Bryggen is on UNESCOs World Heritage list.

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Fløibanen

Fløibanen is a funicular in Bergen. It runs from the city up to a viewpoint on Mt. Fløyen.

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Trolltunga

Trolltunga is a formation in the mountains, where a cliff stands horizontally out of the valley.

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Aquarium in Bergen

Bergen Aquarium has a collection of aquatic animals, fish and penguins. In addition, the park has a tropical section where you can see snakes, crocodiles and other animals.

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Steinsdal Waterfall

Would you like to go on the back of a waterfall? Here you have the opportunity.

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Vøringsfossen

Vøringsfossen is Norways most famous waterfall.

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Ulriksbanen

Ulriksbanen is a cable car that goes up to the top of Bergens highest mountain with 643 meters. Here you can enjoy stunning views of the city.

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Langfoss

Langfoss is one of our longest waterfalls, with a height difference of 612 meters throughout.

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Bergen Railway

Bergen railway is a rail line that runs between Oslo and Bergen. It is considered by many as one of the prettiest railway lines.

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Låtefoss

Låtefoss is the most famous of the many waterfalls in the Odda Valley, and not least one of Norways most famous waterfalls.

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