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The Hanseatic Museum is just up the road (or wharf) from the Bryggen buildings.

While the fronts are beautiful, the houses should really be explored throughout – plenty of shops and treasures are waiting at the back of the houses.

The train station at Bergen dates back to 1913 when it opened to accommodate the Oslo-Bergen railway completed four years earlier.

If you are feeling energetic you can walk back down, enjoying the clear air and delights of nature, all the way to the bustle of the fish market, with its large selection of the freshest of seafood.

Originally built as a royal ceremonial hall in the 13th century, Håkoshallen now forms part of Bergen’s fortress.

Your first glimpse of this quaint town will be of the old Hanseatic Wharf, lined with narrow peak-roofed buildings in various colors.

Many old wooden houses survive here, making an exploration of the narrow lanes a worthwhile pursuit.

The Bryggen waterfront dates back as far as 1070 and became the centre of the Hanseatic League’s trading in the city from the 14th century.