It’s pricey at 395/595 NOK (/91 USD), though I had a 50% press discount) and though it was delicious, it wasn’t quite the rhapsody I expected.I’d rather spend big bucks on a meal in France, Italy, or Spain.One of my priorities when traveling is to get in some cafe time.
That said, I found it to be worth it — for a short weekend trip in a city as beautiful as Bergen, anyway!A three-day trip to Norway will do considerably less damage to your wallet than a two-week trip.With all there is to do in Bergen, I couldn’t think of a better destination to try Norway out for the first time.You can see my fjord cruise photos here; above is a photo from the Flåm Railway.Two years ago, I was in Stockholm and aghast at how expensive everything was.
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In my opinion, it’s one of the world’s most beautifully situated cities (along with Cape Town and Sydney! One of my greatest pleasures in traveling is simply wandering and getting a feel for the place.Here’s what you might see on a walk through Bergen. The Fish Market is located right by the Bryggen and is a nice place to window-shop or grab a bite to eat. Just keep in mind that this is one of the biggest tourist attractions in town and thus extremely overpriced, even by Norwegian standards. I didn’t partake this time around, though I did try whale in Iceland a few years ago.The place feels like a time capsule, with low ceilings and slanted wooden floors. It’s my favorite exotic meat — rich yet lean and extremely tender. At To Kokker, the best course was an absurdly soft reindeer steak in a berry and brown cheese sauce.Also on the menu: elk carpaccio, mussels and turbot, and panna cotta.
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Still, though, I’m not sure I would recommend it unless you’re really into food.
A three-day trip to Bergen would be the perfect opportunity to get a taste of what Norway had to offer.
I booked myself two one-way flights: London to Bergen for about (not including luggage) and Bergen to New York three days later for about 0 (not including luggage).
Even though it didn’t go as high, I thought the view was prettier and being right in the center of town, it was less of a journey to get there.
Finally, I allowed myself one splurge — a four-course dinner with wine pairings at To Kokker, a restaurant literally inside the Bryggen.