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Wie man 2 Tage in Bergen verbringt

Organisiert von Karen GardinerKaren is a Scottish freelance travel and culture writer based in the US. Her work has appeared in The Washington Post, National Geographic, BBC, and Condé Nast Traveler.

Two days in Bergen give you time to fully explore this beguiling city and its culture. You’ll also get a taste of the wild landscapes nearby. From historic landmarks to natural wonders, here’s how to make the most of your time.

Day 1: Morning

Spend your first hours in Bergen getting your bearings and doing some sightseeing. A small-group walking or Segway tour is a good way to familiarize yourself with the city and stop by the top attractions. To customize the itinerary and explore at your own pace, opt for a private tour or a hop-on hop-off bus tour.

Day 1: Afternoon

After lunch, it’s time to see Bergen like a local: on a bicycle. Ask the bike rental staff to suggest a route tailored to your ability and interests.

Bergen 2-Day First Timers_Day 1: Night

Round out your first day with a meal at Bergen’s famed fish market, which has been in business since the 13th century and stays open until late evening. As well as vendors selling seafood, fruit, and vegetables outside, you’ll find some excellent restaurants in the newer indoor section.

Day 2: Morning

Explore the waters around Bergen on a kayak tour of the island of Herdla. Paddle among reefs and islands as your guide shares historical background on the area, pointing out ruins from World War II and spotting rare birds. Tours typically include a picnic lunch and round-trip transfers.

Day 2: Afternoon

Get a taste of Bergen’s robust art scene by visiting some of the city’s art spaces. The lakeside KODE: Bergen Art Museum is the biggest, but you’ll also find plenty of smaller galleries, such as the artist-run Entrée. Some museums are included on the Bergen Card, which you can purchase online.

Day 2: Night

After dark, zip through the streets of Bergen on a Segway. Small-group tours take visitors around the wharf and along cobblestone alleys, then up to the peak of Mount Floyen for a sweeping view of the city and harbor.

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