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Approximately 3 Hours
Meals not included
Until 1830, commerce and shipping were key in Bergen, and one of the four major Hanseatic trading offices was located here.
Your tour starts with a drive along the German pier with its wooden buildings with pointed gables, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See how the people of Bergen live today with a brief city tour, including Nordnes Peninsula, which bisects the harbor.
Take a funicular ride up to Mount Fløien, 1,200 feet above sea level. From the top, you can enjoy a magnificent view of Bergen and its surroundings.
As you return to the lower funicular station, continue on foot to the famous Fish & Flower Market and through the ancient buildings and alleyways of the Bryggen Wharf -- a scene straight out of the Middle Ages.
The bus ride to the funicular is a transfer only, so you cannot leave any personal belongings on the bus. The tour ends in town; you must make your own way back to the ship.