7 Days trip in Norway

Budget: 0 USD - 3000 USD Historical landmarks Food exploration City sightseeing
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Norway is a highly developed country located in Northern Europe, known for its natural beauty, progressive policies, and high standard of living.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to NOK
NOK 10.83
️ -3.78°C
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Bryggen

    120 minutes

    Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the historic Bryggen district and its colorful wooden houses that have been around since the 14th century.

  2. Fisketorget

    90 minutes

    Try fresh seafood at the fish market, a bustling attraction in the heart of Bergen where vendors sell everything from salmon to fish soup.

  3. Lysverket

    120 minutes

    Indulge in a Nordic-inspired tasting menu at the Michelin-starred Lysverket, a foodie destination in the city center.

Day 2

  1. Fløibanen Funicular

    60 minutes

    Ride the funicular up to the top of Fløyen Mountain for stunning panoramas of Bergen, the sea, and the surrounding hills.

  2. Floyen Folkerestaurant

    90 minutes

    Lunch at Floyen Folkerestaurant, which offers traditional Norwegian cuisine with scenic views from the mountain-top location.

  3. KODE Art Museums

    120 minutes

    Visit the art and design museums of KODE, home to works by Norwegian artists and designers ranging from Edvard Munch to silverware.

Day 3

  1. Old Bergen Museum

    120 minutes

    Explore the Old Bergen Museum, an open-air museum with historic wooden houses, gardens, and costumed guides depicting daily life in Bergen during the 18th and 19th centuries.

  2. Enhjorningen

    90 minutes

    Lunch at Enhjorningen, a restaurant serving traditional Norwegian seafood dishes with a cozy atmosphere in the city center.

  3. Bergenhus Fortress

    120 minutes

    Explore the Bergenhus Fortress, a medieval castle and fortress that has been a key part of Bergen's history for over 700 years.

Day 4

  1. Kulturnatt

    180 minutes

    If you're in Bergen between September and November, take part in Kulturnatt, the city's annual cultural event that features performances, exhibitions, and other activities in museums, galleries, and other spaces across the city.

  2. Colonialen Litteraturhuset

    90 minutes

    Lunch at Colonialen Litteraturhuset, a café and restaurant housed in a beautifully restored 1920s building that serves creative dishes and baked goods using local ingredients.

  3. Mount Ulriken

    120 minutes

    Take a cable car to the top of Mount Ulriken, the highest mountain in Bergen, for stunning views of the fjord and the city below.

Day 5

  1. Norwegian Fisheries Museum

    120 minutes

    Visit the Norwegian Fisheries Museum, a modern museum dedicated to Norway's fishing industry with interactive exhibits, a collection of boats, and displays of marine life.

  2. Bekkjarvik Gjestgiveri

    120 minutes

    Drive to the countryside to visit Bekkjarvik Gjestgiveri, a picturesque inn and restaurant that has been a destination for food lovers since the 17th century, offering local and seasonal dishes.

  3. Osøyro

    120 minutes

    Take a scenic drive to the charming town of Osøyro, located south of Bergen. Enjoy the views and take a wander through the town before heading back to Bergen for the night.

Day 6

  1. Bergen Akvariet

    120 minutes

    Visit Bergen Akvariet, home to a wide variety of marine life and emonstrates the different types of marine creatures in the world and their habitat

  2. Uno-X Energylab

    120 minutes

    Uno-X Energylab is a smart hydrogen station that also promises a futuristic experience for visitors to Bergen, featuring hydrogen-powered technology and interactive exhibits about renewable energy.

  3. Gulating Lagmannsrett

    120 minutes

    Take in the breathtaking views of the sea from the historic Bergen Courthouse, Gulating Lagmannsrett, located at the top of Lille Olavshogda Hill.

Day 7

  1. Mount Floyen and the Funicular

    60 minutes

    Ride up Mount Floyen again to take in the spectacular views and test yourself in the mountain trail.

  2. Pygmalion Økocafe & Galleri

    90 minutes

    Visit Pygmalion Økocafe & Galleri, an eco-friendly and delightful café with a twist: every week they curate their art exhibition by talented local artists in the gallery section and treat customers to an explosion of colour and creativity with changing backdrops.

  3. Fantoft Stave Church

    120 minutes

    Visit the Fantoft Stave Church, one of the most iconic attractions near Bergen. This historic wooden structure looks like a hauntingly beautiful piece of art fit for a blockbuster movie.

Estimated Cost (USD)


25-50 USD per night
50-100 USD per night
100-200 USD per night


10-20 USD for a weekly pass
15-30 USD for a weekly pass
60-100 USD for a 7-day period


10-20 USD per meal
Street Food
5-10 USD per meal
Fancy Meal
50-100 USD per meal


Bergenhus Fortress
15-25 USD per ticket
Bryggen Wharf
10-20 USD per ticket
Mount Fløyen Funicular
10-15 USD per ticket

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