Our negative note concerns the quality of the service during dinner with eight persons: they forgot the two entree’s, forgot to bring water asked for, bad manners in serving plates. Furthermore the quality of the wine (Labeled Fletcher, grape Merlot or Cabernet Sauvignon) was poor and considering ...
During your stay at Boutique Hotel Villa Kranenbergh, you're just a quick walk from Gemeentemuseum Het Sterkenhuis. Free breakfast, free WiFi in public areas and free self-parking are available. This 3-star hotel has 8 rooms. Enjoy your stay with amenities like free WiFi and a flat-screen TV in each room.
Leider einenTag zu früh angekommen, haben leider kein Quartier mehr gefunden und mußten im schlimmsten Gewitter wieder nach Hause fahren.
During your stay at Hotel van Renenpark, you're just a quick walk from Gemeentemuseum Het Sterkenhuis. Free WiFi in public areas, a restaurant and a bar are available. This 3.5-star hotel has 15 rooms over 2 floors. Enjoy your stay with amenities like free WiFi and an LED TV in each room.
The Hanseatic wharf in Bryggen is a UNESCO protected harbour that dates back almost 900 years. It embodies Bergen's medieval history where Hanseatic traders maintained one of four European offices. Nestled into the hillside are old wooden houses that make walking through it a true Bergen adventure. In the summer months, you can enjoy historic tours of Bryggen by foot.
A hop and skip from many Bergen hotels, the city is alive with restaurants and night life spots throughout the city. Locals would direct you to classic hostelries and hidden bistros, which otherwise you would never have found. Specialties such as smoked salmon, fish soup, spekesild (herring), and venison are available at eateries like the Unicorn Restaurant as well as To Kokker. For truly authentic Bergen cuisine, head to Cornelius Seafood Restaurant for a variety of fish delicacies.
As with any large city, you can shop large department stores or small local shops in Bergen. Specifically, you can visit Galleriet on Torgallmenningen and Kløverhuset in Strandgaten - both accessible from the city centre. For a more convenient shopping experience, Bergen Storsenter is near the bus and train stations and ByGarasjen multi-storey car park.
There are dozens of activities to enjoy in Bergen, Norway. The city is small enough to get around by foot but there is still a true city feel. Held since the 1950s the Bergen International Festival has focused on prominent Norwegian and international artists who have mastered their art, whether it be ballet, music, opera, performing arts, or theater. The festival itself lasts 12 to 14 days at the end of May and has up to 140 events in total.
September through December are the wettest months and July is the warmest month, however it is still colder than most other European climates at the same time of year.