CaroFree spirit, adventurous and kinda funny. Loves a good laugh, baby goats, great conversations, poetry, concerts, traveling, high fives and good vibes.
SolveigMy name is Solveig, i am 21 years old. I wish to travel around the glob and experience food, culture, nature and the way of living from other parts of the world.
SaraHi! My name is Sara Ishaq. I am 19 years old and i live currently in Norway. I love travelling and meeting new people. I would describe myself like a fun, outgoing and social person.
Can host for 3 daysFree spirit, adventurous and kinda funny. Loves a good laugh, baby goats, great conversations, poetry, concerts, traveling, high fives and good vibes.
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Things to do: - Take the funicular up to Floyen Mountain - Go on a Fjord Cruise - Visit Lystgården - Visit the Leprosy museum Safety: I traveled alone and had a great time. Recommendations: Bergen is beautiful and the touristy stuff is well worth it.
Things to do: - The Old Town - Mount Ulriken - Bryggen Safety: Bergen is very easy and safe place to travel. Recommendations: Bergen is one of my absolute favorite cities I've ever been to.
Things to do: - Bryggen - Fløyen - Ulriken - Troldhaugen - Akvariet i Bergen - Bergenhus Fortress - Fantoft Stave Church - University Museum Safety: I felt safe everywhere I went in Bergen. Recommendations: Bergen is a truly beautiful place and well worth a visit.
Bergen is so safe and beautiful. Bring good hiking shoes and a raincoat. Its super easy in the airport in Bergen and also transfers from Oslo. Everybody speak English and customs is not as "scary" as in the US.
Yes, Bergen is generally considered safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any destination, it is always important to be aware of your surroundings and take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety.
Yes, Bergen is a great destination for solo female travelers. The city is very safe and has a lot to offer, from stunning natural scenery to a vibrant cultural scene. There are plenty of activities to keep you busy, from hiking in the mountains to exploring the city's many museums and galleries. There are also plenty of cafes and restaurants to enjoy, and the locals are friendly and welcoming.
Yes, Bergen is generally considered to be an expensive city for solo travellers. Prices for accommodation, food, and activities can be higher than in other parts of Norway. However, there are ways to save money, such as staying in hostels or Airbnb apartments, eating at budget restaurants, and taking advantage of free activities.
Explore the Bryggen Wharf
Take a stroll along the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bryggen Wharf and explore the colorful wooden buildings that line the harbor.
Visit the Fish Market
Sample some of the freshest seafood in Norway at the bustling Fish Market.
Take a Fjord Cruise
Enjoy the stunning views of the fjords and mountains from the comfort of a boat.
Visit the Bergen Aquarium
Get up close and personal with the marine life of Norway at the Bergen Aquarium.
Explore the Bergenhus Fortress
Take a tour of the historic Bergenhus Fortress and learn about the city’s past.
Visit the Fløibanen Funicular
Take a ride on the Fløibanen Funicular and enjoy the views of the city from the top of Mount Fløyen.
Explore the shops and boutiques of the city and pick up some souvenirs.
Visit the Bergen Art Museum
Admire the works of art at the Bergen Art Museum.
Take a Hike
Enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding mountains and fjords by taking a hike.
Visit the Troldhaugen Museum
Learn about the life and works of composer Edvard Grieg at the Troldhaugen Museum.