Bergen Ferry Port
Bergen Ferry Port
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Bergen is Norway's largest port, and often known as the "gateway to the fjords". The fastest route between Bergen and Oslo by car is the route RV7. Alternatively take the E16 and go through the world's longest tunnel, the L`rdalstunnelen, over 24 kilometres long! From Oslo go to Honefoss, then through the L`rdalstunnelen to Gudvangen and then on to Bergen.
Norway`s second largest city, Bergen is charming and scenic. Surrounded by seven hills and fjords, you can enjoy the vibrant bustle of the famous fish market or take a ramble through the old streets of the Unesco World Heritage-listed wharf Bryggen with its waterside warehouses. The older parts of the city are living history and as you travel from the centre the hills are filled with hundreds of colourful timber-clad buildings. Bergen is a modern and lively place with countless restaurants; throw in great museums and galleries that keep the city's artistic heritage alive, friendly locals and a dynamic cultural life, and there's much to do, even before you travel to see the famous nearby fjords!
Ferry routes to Bergen
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