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Reviewed today

We arrived early whilst the market was being set up which was very interesting to watch especially as it was a beautiful clear and warm morning. The fresh fish smell was marvellous. Later after visiting the funicular railway to Mount Fløyen railway we returned when...More

Thank Airgon
Reviewed yesterday

Crowded, noisy, and smelling pungently of fish, this is an authentic site with an overly touristy "attraction" draw. The fish is expensive; we didn't eat anything, so I don't know if it was good. There are a number of nice places nearby that are less...More

Thank David M
Reviewed yesterday

The internal Fish Market has a number of interesting stalls selling varied fish but they also have live lobster and the largest crabs I have ever seen in tanks. The external fish market has stalls selling fish but also make up sandwiches and baguettes with...More

Thank Alan T
Reviewed yesterday

Date of Visit: Friday, Aug 31st, 2018 We were informed we had to visit the Fish Market because it is a must-do when you visit Bergen, so we did. The fish market contains many stalls, booths, tents, etc of fish vendors selling their catch. There...More

Thank RogueTrippers
Reviewed yesterday

Fresh fish just captured where you may either eat there or else take it home to cook it yourself. It is a modern place but yet it has retained its quaintness. Price wise it is a bit on the high side especially if someone is...More

Thank Ishmael D
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The fishmarked has become a marked where no locals go to buy food, but a marked where hardly any sales people speak norwegian, and shoppers are tourists. If you go, go to have a look but don’t buy anything. If you are looking to buy...More

Thank PixieTinkie
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This fish market is historic it looks a little doggy since the surrounding buildings are so beautiful but don’t be put out by this. We had lunch at several of the stalls, dishes were prepared well, the freshest seafood I’ve ever had. The stall give...More

Thank Akofi
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We were very disappointed. Seafood was not overly fresh and very tasteless. On top of that way too expensive! AUS $31 for fish and chips! There are indoor and outdoor markets too. Very touristy.

Thank NaughtyNomad
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A good selection gril seefood you can select what you want and they will grill it for you. The people in the market very kind and helpfull.

Thank Isa A
Reviewed 2 days ago

The market was interesting and there was a good variety of fish, and meets. I must say I drew the line at whale meat and was disappointed to see it on sale.

Thank I H
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Debbie G
January 28, 2017|
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Response from markwoodward1947 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, yes you can walk to the funicular railway get tickets there, l suggest a single ticket up, have a quick bite at the cafe and a drink, have a great look around. Then walk to the cable car and ride down to the bottom. Or... More
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Debbie G
January 23, 2017|
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Response from K W | Reviewed this property |
Hi Debbie, if the cruise ship terminal is in the main harbour then the 'fish market' would not be more than a ten -fifteen minute walk. The funicular is only a fifteen minute walk from the fish market or 10-20 from the main... More
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Pauline P
August 2, 2016|
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Response from alidanis | Reviewed this property |
That's a good question, because Norway is not necessarily a "tourist friendly" country. My most striking experience was with Flam Museum in Oslo. The museum closed at 18:00 but the last bus was at 17:32... and there's no... More
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