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Fly from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to Bergen

Explore the Gateway to the Fjords and fly direct from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to Bergen in Norway, a UNESCO World Heritage city and former European City of Culture. This beautiful destination is the perfect city break for family, friends and couples.

Why Should You Go

Bergen is a remarkable city with a fascinating mix of nature, architecture, food and culture. A UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy, Bergen is famous for its massive indoor fish market which dates back to the 13th century. Supplying fresh fish, seafood and even fruit and vegetables to both locals and tourists, the Bergen fish market provides the finest ingredients for the city’s many seafood restaurants that are dotted along the port. Open all year round, it is a must-see while visiting Bergen and can be enjoyed by the whole family. After dining on fresh fish, why not visit some of the city’s most iconic architecture and landmarks on a Segway and take in the sights at your own pace? Make sure to stop at the Bergen Museum and many art galleries along the way.

For those who love to challenge themselves both mentally and physically, Bergen is the ideal place to get to grips with nature. Whether you enjoy hiking, rafting, fishing, kayaking or even glacier walking, the landscape and natural beauty of Bergen means there are plenty of activities for thrill seekers. If you want to take the perfect picture of the city, catch a cable car up to the “Seven Mountains” and take in the breath-taking scenery at 643 metres above sea level.

When Should You Go

During the summer, the temperature reach around 15°C, the perfect temperature to enjoy Norway’s most stunning landscape and outdoor activities. The best month for outdoor swimming is in August when the sea temperature is around 16°C. During winter, temperatures usually drop to 2°C and in December there is plenty of rainfall to ensure the surrounding countryside is kept lush and green throughout the year.

Where Should You Stay

This vibrant city in Norway has plenty of options when it comes to accommodation and to suit all budgets. Choose from hotels, B&Bs, guesthouses, campsites and private accommodation, all dotted around the city.

Don’t Miss

Norway’s longest waterslide- make a splash while in Bergen and check out Norway’s longest waterslide at Vannkanten Waterworld.

Ski during summer- a day trip from Bergen to the glacier Folgefonna means that you can ski during the summer at The Fonna Glacier Ski Resort.

Exfoliate as you swim- swimming is a popular activity for the locals and despite the water temperature being around 14°C, the fresh salt water can help to rejuvenate your skin, giving it a new lease of life.

 

Fly direct from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to Bergen in Norway via Wideroe.