Charming Bergen nestles within some of the most incredible landscapes in southwestern Norway: think mysterious fjords and soaring mountains. It’s been an important location since the Middle Ages and has a rich and fascinating seafaring history that’s yours for the discovering on Bergen cruises. The first think you’ll notice about this city in Norway is picturesque Bryggen, a row of traditional, Hanseatic wooden buildings along the harbour which are also protected by UNESCO. You’ll get the best views of the whole city by riding the funicular up to the top of Mt Fløyen. Fancy soaking up some culture on one of our Bergen cruises? KODE is an umbrella term for four of the city’s art museums. Each one has its own focus: jewellery and art, contemporary exhibitions, Edvard Munch and modern art. You’ll find all four buildings perched in a scenic location on Lille Lungegård lake – perfect for sunbathing beside on a sunny day. Get your final hit of culture by paying a visit to the Edvard Greig Museum, where the famous composer and his wife spent their summers. The house is surrounded by rolling rural gardens, a concert space and exhibition centre. End your day by dining in one of Bergen’s many restaurants and enjoy produce sourced from the wild fjords.