Norway。Bergen。City Center 卑爾根市區繞繞
Talk about Bergen, the famous part is the row of wooden houses in Bryggen region, called also German wharf. This area is an important site of Hansaen in 13th century. This league was developed from northern of German city, was vital commercial and political league. Therefore, we can imagine that Bergen was significant city in Scandinavia. The Bryggen is on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites in 1979.
Most tourists like to visit Fish Market that is seen as must-to-go points in Bergen. It is located near the Bryggen, just few minutes by foot. There are many sea food and products can be found here, but the price…… well~~ must to consider carefully. Even locals don’t buy food in fish market, one of my local friends said “it is too expensive, fish market is for tourist only.”
Therefore, we, as tourists, responsible for visiting fish market and tasted some foods
Our lunch, 2 plates were totally 440 NOK
Mt. Fløyen is 320 meter above sea level, good way to see all Bergin’s view from top of mountain. And it is not far from fish market by foot. Visitors can choose cable car or hike to top of Mt. Fløyen. The funicular station runs every day.
This is the funicular lower station, and the trailhead nearby.
Fantoft Stave Church（Fantoft木板教堂）
Stave Church is medieval wooden Christian church building, common in north-western Europe, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. During centuries, these churches were disappeared gradually due to the aging wood, fires or religions changing; there are not much left nowadays. We visited Fantoft Stave Church, that was originally built in 1150 in another place. It faced pressure of demolition in 19th century, moved to Bergen in 1883. However, it was burnt in 1992, the current one that we saw is reconstruction version.
The Fløibanen Funicular弗洛揚纜車
Norwegian troll can be seen everywhere