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The Weather in Bergen City
This is the climate diagram for Bergen. July is the warmest month in Bergen City, with average daily maximum temperatures of 17°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under -1° in January. The rainiest month is December, while the driest month is June.
Explore Norway's colourful Second City and the gateway to the fjords with Bergen holiday accommodation
The famously beautiful city of Bergen is home to some outstanding holiday accommodation, made up mostly of modern, clean-cut apartments with views over the water. Apartments are spacious, airy and homely, and are always within a short distance of the great outdoors and the well-known landscapes in this part of Norway. Holiday apartments in the city centre are far from noisy and congested, with Norwegian clean air, low traffic, and a typically laid-back Scandinavian atmosphere.
The culture of Bergen
As Norway's second city, Bergen is a popular spot for learning more about the national culture. The downtown area is home to a number of museums and cultural outlets, like the fascinating West Norway Museum of Decorative Art and an old-fashioned fish market.
Kids will love the Bergen Aquarium, while St. Jørgen's Hospital provides historical insight into the discovery and treatment of leprosy.
Family holidays in Bergen
There are a number of very popular attractions aimed at children in Bergen, with the Aquarium topping the list. Seals, sharks, tropical fish and penguins all make this a memorable adventure for children of all ages.
For a fun but educational experience, visit VilVite Science Centre, where you can try cycling 360 degrees on a bike, or get involved in one of the science-based interactive exhibitions. For year-round water fun, Vannkanten Waterworld has everything and includes a bowling alley, ice hall, and fitness centre.
Where to go out on your holiday in Bergen
Cosy and casual is the general rule of thumb in this historic town, with plenty of pubs and cocktail bars to choose from. Many of the clubs and pubs double up as top-quality restaurants serving Norwegian and world cuisine, including some of the freshest fish dishes.
For something a bit different visit the Magic Ice Bar, constructed solely of several tonnes of ice and re-crafted throughout the year. All of this can be found in the city centre.
Exploring the fjords
There are a number of destinations for taking in the exquisite views offered by the region's fjords, including the farming hamlet of Havråtunet and picturesque Lysøen Island. You can also book a tour of the fjords to be guided around the best spots before heading home to the comfort of your holiday rental.
Bergen is also popular for sports like paragliding and year-round hiking on the city's seven mountains, where cable cars and funiculars offer shortcuts to the top.
Can't-miss events in Bergen
Events in Bergen are often sport-focused, with an array of runs and races taking place year-round. These include the Great Fjord Run at the beginning of September and the Bergen Mountain Marathon in June.
Music festivals also play a vital role in the city's events line-up, with Bergen International Festival in May/June and Nattjazz and Bergenfest following soon after.
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