Bryggen, the old port of Bergen, was an important trading post in the Middle Ages (the Hanseatic era). The area was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979. It includes 13 places and 61 architectural monuments. The dock area is the most visited in Norway. The typical Scandinavian-style herringbone houseboat is painted with bright paint, which is very distinctive and worth visiting~
The colorful human-shaped houses in Bergen are the biggest urban feature of the city. On the calm riverside, these humanoid houses and their reflections in the water are simply beautiful. I feel that this trip is worthwhile.
Bergen’s Brigan hostage is the most typical Nordic architecture. In fact, he has a herringbone roof. The brick and wood houses are connected together like waves. Looking from the sea to Brigham Pier, the rows of herringbone houses, and with a variety of different colors, are really very beautiful and definitely worth taking pictures.
Take the rain to visit one of the world heritages of the entire row of colorful wooden houses ~ Bryggen, the colorful herringbone houses are particularly beautiful in the rain, with soft colors. Take the ropeway to the top of Fløyen mountain and get a bird's eye view of Bergen.
A classic Norwegian architecture and tourist attraction, the Bergen House is located in the north of Bergen. As a representative of medieval Norwegian architecture, it is listed as a world cultural heritage. The Bryggen House is located on the side of the road between the pier and the old town, across the road from the bay. The most popular of these houses are postcards from all over the world, which are very worthwhile play.
Preston_Dominguez: Bradbenken, 5003 Bergen
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Bryggen,Bryggen Herringbone House,Gamle Bergen,Fish Market,St Mary's Church