Bergen from Fløyen, Norway
Bergen is a postcard city, with a port scene immortalized millions of times at any time of the day, but you can not resist photographing. Nor can you resist discovering if behind that facade there is something else, if behind the illusion there is substance, if behind the image there is something worthwhile for spend at least 24 hours in Bergen.
Be the door to the Norwegian fjords It is both a blessing and a burden on Bergen.
Panoramic view of Bryggen in Bergen, Norway
Looking for the natural beauty of those freshwater languages that circulate between mountains of steep slopes, there are tourists who land in the afternoon and leave in the morning, making a completely expendable visit.
Do not arrive from Oslo on the last flight of the night but on the first of the morning, even if it costs you early to get up as much as it does for me. Give it to you at least 24 hours to the city and I will give you reasons to take advantage of that time.
Fløibanen (the train to the sky *)
To start, I recommend you discover how it is Bergen bird's eye view going up in the Fløibanen, a modern cogwheel train that ascends slowly down the slope of the Fløyen, one of the seven mountains that surround the city.
Fløibanen train going up to Fløyen, Bergen, Norway