Culture vultures that enjoy a relaxed break in a historic atmosphere will enjoy a holiday in Bergen, soaking up the atmosphere. Apart from its historic significance, many travel to Bergen for its music festivals. Others travel to Bergen as a jumping off point for a cruise around the stunning Norwegian fjords.

Direct Flights to Bergen, Norway

Direct Flights to Bergen, Norway
Beautifully positioned between hills and fjords, Bergen is Norway’s second largest city. With a wealth of museums, theatres and galleries on offer as well as a host of recreational activities such as skiing and hiking, Bergen really is a delightful city.

Direct flights to Bergen, Norway can be found with a number of airlines including SAS, Norwegian, BMI and Wideroe airlines. You’ll find indirect flights involving a short transit can be a way of securing low cost flights.

Cheap Flights to Bergen, Norway

You’ll find some of the most spectacular views of the city by taking a ride on the funicular railway which takes you to the top of Mount Floyen. History buffs won’t want to miss the 12th-century Bergenhus Fort or indeed, Gamblehaugen Castle which resembles a fairy tale castle and is the official residence of Norway’s king.

For art enthusiasts, the Bergen Art Museum is a real treat and home to many famous artworks by the likes of Munch, Miro, Dahl and Picasso as well as many Norwegian painters. 
For families, why not spend an afternoon at the Bergen Aquarium or check out the Bergen Science Centre with its great selection of child-friendly exhibits.

Enjoy some fine local cuisine at the atmospheric and historic district of Bryggen, now a World Heritage Site. You can wander round the old wharf which you’ll find buzzing with restaurants and cafes and colourful gabled houses.

To make the most of the beautiful scenery surrounding Bergen, take a day trip out to Norheimsund where you’ll see the stunning Steinsdalsfossen waterfalls, explore the castle at Rosendal or visit the inland town of Voss with its magnificent snow capped mountains.

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Bergen Climate

Bergen Climate
Not only is Bergen the warmest city in Norway, thanks to the influence of the Gulf Stream, but it is also probably the wettest. In fact, so well known has the city become for its high rainfall that at one stage an entrepreneur posted umbrella vending machines in the streets.

Bergen's annual average precipitation is 2250mm, and most of this falls as rain. Summers are pleasantly mild to warm, and in winter temperatures generally remain above freezing, although stiff breezes and high humidity may make it feel colder. Snow falls on odd days, and is generally not more than 10 cm deep.