I am not sure if it is because i travel to places for the scenic views.. However this is a bog standard City landmark, not overly exciting in comparison to what Bergen has to offer, however, you must visit as many places as you can to get a feel for the Bergen culture so I would recommend.
This is characterized as one of the oldest fortresses in the country. Much of the area was inaccessible due to the on-going construction. But, it still was a nice walk close to the harbor and close to Bryggen. Many of the buildings date back to the 1200's. Bergenhus Fortress is under the command of the Royal navy now. Both Haakon's... 更多
Authentic place close to the harbor, had a nice time visiting until (unannounced) they started a ceremony where they would fire cannons.. Those are really loud and with the world the way it is now, a lot of people were shook up. This happened at 12.00, so now you know people!
Went for a brief walk around the fortress, since it is free to enter and just next to Bryggen. There isn't a lot to see here, just muddy lawns. What remains of the fortress is not particularly impressive. The fortress resembled a construction site when we went, not sure what was happening, but that limited the areas we could access.... 更多
Nice little place to have a walk around.Here you can walk up and see the start of the Fjords. You can walk around a lot of the castle for free too.
This was very disappointing ...given the scores of things to do and see in Bergen , this one can be totally avoided unless you just want to see some lawns with a free entry..