Norway Travel

10 Attractions You Won't Want to Miss

 
The Hanseatic Wharf (Bryggen is Norwegian for wharf) in Bergen is one of the city's iconic sights; the colorful row of 17th century wooden merchant houses is emblazoned on the cover of many a tourist brochure. And it is deservedly famous; though some of the houses were reconstructed after being burned down, a handful do date back to the 17th century, and wandering the narrow streets between them (today dotted with cafes and souvenir shops) feels like stepping back in time. Oyster's Pick for Where to Stay: Clarion Collection Hotel Havnekontoret

Bryggen, Bergen

The Hanseatic Wharf (Bryggen is Norwegian for wharf) in Bergen is one of the city's iconic sights; the colorful row of 17th century wooden merchant houses is emblazoned on the cover of many a tourist brochure. And it is deservedly famous; though some of the houses were reconstructed after being burned down, a handful do date back to the 17th century, and wandering the narrow streets between them (today dotted with cafes and souvenir shops) feels like stepping back in time.

Oyster's Pick for Where to Stay: Clarion Collection Hotel Havnekontoret

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