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Top Things to Do in Floro 2020



26 things to do found in Floro
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Gamle Bergen

Gamle BergenNearby City

4.3/546 Reviews
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"This is an Old Bergen Museum. The live drama shows the life of people in the past. Also there were plenty of houses you can visit. It worths spending half day or more in it and experience the life in the past."
Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf

Bryggen Hanseatic WharfNearby City

4.5/59 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 5821 reviews
Historical Site
"Several piers in Bergen are very distinctive. There are many sculptures related to the sea in Bryggen Pier. The red houses on both sides of the pier look very old. However, what attracts me most is the fish market. Feast on all kinds of seafood!"
Bergenhus Festning

Bergenhus FestningNearby City

5/54 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 503 reviews
Open from 6:30am-11:00pm (Local time)
"Along the streets of Bryggen towards the cruise terminal, when you reach the corner, you will find the Bergenhus Fortress guarding Bryggen. On the way, you also pass by the St. Maria Church, which also has a typical double-tower structure. Next to the church is the Bryggen Museum. In addition to the strong walls, turrets, and cannons of the Bergenhus Fortress, the castle also houses important buildings such as the Medieval King Haakon’s Hall and Rosenkrantz Tower."
Leprosy Muesum, St. George's Hospital

Leprosy Muesum, St. George's HospitalNearby City

3.3/53 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Historical Site
Open from 11:00am-3:00pm (Local time)
"At that time, the leprosy epidemic in Norway was very serious, with 2.5% of residents in some areas suffering from leprosy. After graduating from the Oslo Medical School to St. Jorgen Leprosy Hospital with excellent academic performance, Han Sen faced the physical and mental pain of leprosy patients, as well as people’s unresolved and partial misunderstanding of leprosy, which made him who wanted to find another job. Determined to do this as my lifelong career."
Haakon's Hall - Bymuseet i Bergen

Haakon's Hall - Bymuseet i BergenNearby City

4/51 Reviews
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"The ancient building, the interior design of the auditorium is atmospheric and simple, and there is a cafe at the door to take a break for a cup of coffee."
Bergen Fortress

Bergen FortressNearby City

4/52 Reviews
Historical Site
Open from 6:30am-11:00pm (Local time)
"Although the palace is not very luxurious, the interior decoration is very unusual. The place is too small, there are no people, and nothing to play"
The Royal Residence (Gamlehaugen)

The Royal Residence (Gamlehaugen)Nearby City

5/51 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 70 reviews
"Gamle Haugen is the royal residence of the Norwegian royal family in Bergen, located in the mountains on the outskirts of Bergen. The Imperial Palace is surrounded by mountains and the sea, and the surrounding scenery is beautiful. It is a good place to cool off in the summer."
Gamle Stavanger

Gamle StavangerNearby City

4.4/545 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"Absolutely magical like something out of a fairy tale. Make sure to check it out at night also to see the lighting. "
Gamle Laerdalsoeyri

Gamle LaerdalsoeyriNearby City

ta-iconbased on 79 reviews
Historical Site
Featured Neighborhood
City | ​​landmark

KlippfiskkjerringaNearby City

4/51 Reviews
ta-iconbased on 75 reviews
Historical Site
"Kristiansund Pier, this place has been a local transportation hub and trade gathering place for generations, and it is also a place where ships deliver local food to the city. There are two eye-catching sculptures on the pier, one is Klippfiskkjerringa-The old women of clipfish, a sculpture that symbolizes the city. The old woman held the dried cod in her hand and looked firmly at the customers coming and going on the dock. Opposite this is another sculpture, SILDGUTTEN—herring boy. The child carries a bunch of herring in his hand and sells it at the dock. There are also two boats parked at the pier, one is the RAPP cruise ship of Sundbåten (St. Bergen). It is one of the oldest public transport ships in the world. The operation period was from 1958 to 2014. It has been protected by Norwegian cultural heritage. The protection of the council. In the past, tourists could make round trips to the four islands of Kristiansund in about 20 minutes. An older ferry, the FRAMNES, operated from 1917 until 2017. Another eye-catching monument on the pier is a large mine from the First World War. There is an inscription in Norwegian: MINNE OVER SJOMENN FRA KRISTIANSUND SOM FALT UNDER VERDENSKRIGENE 1914-1918 OG 1939-1945. Translated into English as "Memory of seamen from KRISTIANSUND who fell during World War 1914-1918 AND 1939--1945", to commemorate the Kristiansund seamen who died during World War I and World War II." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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