Best for small groups
This panoramic tour takes you to the medieval Bergenhus Fortress, 13th century King’s Håkon Hall which is the oldest stone royal residence in the country, and Rozenkrantz Tower. You will move from the Bergenhus fortress to the Hanseatic Office Bryggen through the same way where german merchants exported dry fish and cod liver oil for centuries abroad from Scandinavia to other countries. This was inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979. The narrow passageways of the Office preserved spirit of the medieval trade center, which was established in the middle of the 14th century. Your bus will stop on the Custom pier – the best place to make panoramic pictures of the Old Bergen and the city mountains. From there passing peninsula Nordnes, Bergen Theatre building, Grieg Hall (the largest concert hall in the city) you will come to the royal castle Gamlehaugen situated on the shore of the lake Nordas. You will come to the highest point of the hill, where a castle was erected, to make pictures of the surrounding areas. After a visit of the stave church in Fantoft, you will come to the lower station of Floibanen – the city funicular line. By the funicular you will come to the viewpoint at the summit of the mountain Floien. After 30 minutes of free time you will return back to the lower station of the funicular. You can choose where the end point of the tour would be.
Price: 9.900 NOK for 4 hours tours
Return ticket to Floyen cable car: 100 NOK per person