Boring. Nothing to see. Empty tables and chairs and many of them. This app is asking me for extra 100 words. However, there is nothing to say since there is nothing to see. Nothing. Nothing.
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The Fort area is open to the public to wander around most anytime it seems, but if you want to see inside the fort itself, make sure you check their opening hours, they are limited and inflexible. The park is lovely
With its central location, we dropped into this area of historic buildings and park areas several times. Much of it is open public area with no fees or access restrictions. We never visited when any of the buildings were open. Some of the area is...More
This is located in Bergen Bryggen area, and is there a very simple place to get to for everyone. piece of history, but what I like mostly about this place is that from the roof and highest points you can have a nice view of...More
We walked over to the fortress after strolling along the Bryggen Wharf area. There was no fee to walk in and wander around the grounds, which felt like a trip back in time. It was interesting to see the structures up close and learn a...More
Great picture opportunities here, great old castle on harbor, many pictures worth taking and you can read about their history on the plaques.
I am not sure if it is because i travel to places for the scenic views.. However this is a bog standard City landmark, not overly exciting in comparison to what Bergen has to offer, however, you must visit as many places as you can...More
Not that busy. Me and the kids loved rattling around the old place. Some good fun shots with the kids dressed up. Good fun. We enjoyed.
This is characterized as one of the oldest fortresses in the country. Much of the area was inaccessible due to the on-going construction. But, it still was a nice walk close to the harbor and close to Bryggen. Many of the buildings date back to...More