14 Apr Accommodations in Bergen to enjoy
Located near the most popular Norwegian fiords, the Bergen city will make you love it as soon as you take a look to its landscape. It has the charm of a city really related with the Vikings. There are many activities you can enjoy here and they are just one of the reasons for visiting this city. But we must also talk about the strategically situation of this city to arrive to Tromso and see the stunning boreal lights.
4 hotels to rest and discover Bergen
1.- First Hotel Marin: with its four stars valuation, this hotel is the most secure alternative for families as it owns many familiar rooms specially designed for travelling with kids. There you will be able to open the window and have the direct view of the mountains and port. It is located really near the bus and railway stations. You can also enjoy your time in their gym that also offers you the sauna relaxation time. Travelers will be able to taste many typical dishes.
2.- Best Western Plus Hotel Hordaheimen: with its three stars valuation you will be able to enjoy the minibar and buffet breakfast. Travellers will be located just 5 minutes far from the Torgallmenningen, a really famous square in Tromso. One of the many reasons this hotel is very popular is because it is located just 8 minutes far from the Bryggen Bay.
3.- Scandic Byparken: this four Stars establishment counts with many options to make their guest enjoy their stay. It is situated in one of the historical buildings of the Tornogarden, in the city centre. Their rooms have the most important services included and, if you choose it, you will also be able to taste some of the restaurant recommendations.
4.- Citybox: here you Hill find also familiar rooms and you Hill enjoy staying in the main part of the city centre. The Art Museum or the Byparken Park is really near this establishment. You will also be able to have breakfast in its bar and there are extra services like laundry. Prices are really popular here as we are talking about a two stars hotel.
Bergen is a transit city, perfect for trying the most typical gastronomy of the area and, of course, of Norway. Don’t forget to plan a visit to its museums as they own a really special collection of works of the 20th century.