Norway’s second-largest city is known as the gateway to the southern fjords and has recently earned a place on UNESCO’s Creative City of Gastronomy list for its culinary offerings. This makes it a must-visit when on a holiday to Norway.
Picturesque Bryggan with its iconic, tilted houses and concealed maze of wooden walkways is well worth exploring.
Nearby, visitors can treat themselves to fresh seafood at the Torget Fish Market or enjoy a ride up to the top of Mt. Fløyen on the Fløibanen funicular for sweeping views of the fjord-side city.