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Clarion Collection Hotel Oleana        
Ovre Ole Bulls plass 5

This trendy hotel on a tree-lined boulevard is an 11-minute walk from Bryggen, a medieval wharf, and 1.3 km from Bergenhus Fortress. It's also 1.
Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz Star Rating 3        
Rosenkrantzgaten 7

This stylish, red-brick hotel is 3 minutes' walk from the medieval boat houses at Bryggen wharf and 7 km from Ulriken mountain.The colorful, chic rooms provide free Wi-Fi, smart TVs, and minibars, plus en suite bathrooms. All also offer music systems, as well as room service.
Det Hanseatiske Hotel Bergen Star Rating 4        
Finnegardsgaten 2a

This refined hotel in a wood-clad building from the early 1700s is a 4-minute walk from Bryggen medieval wharf, a 9-minute walk from Bergenhus Fortess museum and 7 km from Fantoft Stave Church.Rustic-chic rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms add plusher furnishings, and most have claw-foot tubs.
Piano Hostel        
Kong Oscars gate 48

This modest, clapboard hostel in a residential area is a 6-minute walk from Bergen train station, 10 minutes on foot from the colorful boathouses in Bryggen harbor and 6 km from Fløyen mountain.The simple 8- and 10-bed, mixed dorms come with bunk beds, shared bathrooms, and free Wi-Fi and linens. Private rooms add kitchenettes and private bathrooms.
Radisson Blu Hotel Norge Bergen Star Rating 4        
Nedre Ole Bulls Plass 4

This modern hotel set in the city center lies 450 m from Grieg Hall and 700 m from Bryggen medieval wharf.The bright, airy rooms and suites come with free Wi-Fi, minibars and desks. Upgraded rooms and suites add a complimentary buffet breakfast; some feature sofabeds, Nespresso machines, separate living areas and balconies.
Clarion Collection Hotel No 13        
Torgalmenningen 13

This modern hotel near the coast of the North Sea is a 2-minute walk from the Galleriet shopping center and a 9-minute walk from both Bergen train station and the Bergen Museum.The contemporary rooms and suites, decorated in bright jewel tones, offer courtyard or city views, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars. Upgraded rooms include bathtubs, while suites add safes and arched skylight windows.
P-Hotels Bergen Star Rating 3        
Vestre Torggate 9

This laid-back hotel is an 11-minute walk from Fløibanen funicular, 1.3 km from the shops and restaurants along medieval wharf Bryggen and 9 km from Troldhaugen Edvard Grieg museum.Featuring muted decor, the relaxed rooms offer free Wi-Fi, TVs and desks, plus sitting areas.
Marken Guesthouse Star Rating 2        
Kong Oscars gate 45

This hip hostel is a 6-minute walk to Bergen train station, 1 km from Bryggen (a medieval wharf), and 2 km from Bergen Aquarium.Bright, airy rooms and single-sex dorm rooms with bunk beds offer free Wi-Fi and either private or shared bathrooms. Towels are available for an extra cost.
Citybox Star Rating 3        
Nygardsgaten 31

This downtown, bare-bones budget hotel is 2 km from St. Mary's Church, the Bryggens Museum and the Bryggen wharf, known for its colorful, wooden-clad boathouses.The simple rooms come with free Wi-Fi and linens, and some have shared bathrooms.
Scandic Strand Star Rating 3.5        
Strandkaien 2-4

This contemporary hotel is a 7-minute walk from Bryggen (a medieval wharf), 1 km from the Bergen train station, 3 km from the aquarium Akvariet i Bergen.The bright rooms and suites have simple decor and offer city views, free Wi-Fi and satellite TV. Upgraded rooms provide tea and coffeemaking facilities; family rooms add extra beds.
 
 
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Bergen is a city on the southwest coast of Norway and it is the country's second largest city. It is the capital of the county of Hordaland. The city is set in a valley formed by the Seven Mountains, very popular in the area. The place has many charming streets and little alleyways, and a lovely old town where you can see some of the attractive regional architecture, museums, art galleries, concerts and many shops. The area has some splendid natural attractions. For example, you can get to know some of the seven mountains and enjoy the incredible views from the summits. It is a wonderful place to relax in the peace and silence of nature. Furthermore, the city is the gateway to the beautiful Norwegian fjords. If you want to see some of the city's sites, go to the Fish Market and the historic quayside of Bryggen, which dates to the Hanseatic period. Bergen is a beautiful city and an important centre, full of cultural attractions, a number of museums and art galleries and it is one of the few cities that features on UNESCO's World Heritage list.