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Loganair’s Late Summer Sale: Your Guide to Bergen, Norway

There’s no better time than now to book your holidays to Bergen, Norway as Loganair’s Late Summer Sale is here

Bergen is one of Norway’s largest and most vibrant cities, just an hour and 40 minutes direct from Newcastle. Situated by the sea, this city has the perfect mix of urban life and rural surroundings including fjords, mountains and waterfalls. Bergen is full of culture and has a rich history well worth exploring. 

Fly direct to Bergen, between March and October, with Loganair every Tuesday and Saturday, as Loganair’s Late Summer Sale is here. Book now and enjoy 15% off on all Loganair flights with promo code: SUMMER15. Book now!

Bergen, Norway – Top Attractions

Scenic Fjord Cruise

This scenic fjord cruise will take you to the famous Monstraumen strait through the picturesque mountains allowing you fabulous views of the countryside. This 3.5-hour cruise will take you right up to the base of the waterfalls where you may be lucky enough to see wildlife such as eagles.

You will also pass the Bryggen wharf on your journey, and all these beautiful sights can be enjoyed to the max from the boat’s sundeck.

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Free Walking Tour

This free walking tour will take you to all the most important sights throughout Bergen. Starting with the statue of Edvard Grieg in Byparken, this tour will take you past Bergen’s theatre, allow you to taste some local cuisine and will teach you the history of the city as you walk around.

This 2-hour tour finishes at the Bergen Fish Market in the city centre. This way, leaving you plenty of opportunities for something to do next.

Mount Fløyen Funicular

The Funicular leaves from the heart of the city and takes you up to the top of Mount Fløyen. From the top, you can enjoy the amazing views, walk along one of the many trails and visit the fairytale Troll Forest. You can rent bikes, barbeques and much more to enjoy the day however you wish.

Bryggen

Bryggen is one of the most important areas of the city to visit. It is part of UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Despite having burnt down many times in history, the foundations have remained unmoved since the 12th century.

This part of the city has beautiful narrow streets filled with old wharf buildings, local craft shops and a multitude of local restaurants making it a perfect place to visit.

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Bergen Aquarium

Bergen Aquarium is the perfect family day out, showcasing wildlife from all over the world. See native animals to the Scandinavian area such as sea lions, shellfish and crab with opportunities to watch feeding time throughout the day.

Venture into the tropical section to see wildlife from all over the world including snakes and crocodiles. 

Art and Museums

Immerse yourself in Bergen’s rich culture by visiting the KODE Art Museums and Composer Homes. These four different museums each have different exhibitions of contemporary art and architecture. These can be accessed via only one ticket per person. This ticket includes access to tours and audio guides of all four museums.

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