Where to stay in Bergen
There are 239 vacation rentals available all over Bergen in Norway, and we’re confident you’ll find a property that meets both your needs and your budget. Affordable holiday cottages in Bergen start at a nightly rate of $19, with 20% of properties priced under $76 per night. Whether you’re seeking a modern home near Bergen Maritime Museum, a Norwegian cabin close to Leprosy Museum St. Jørgen's Hospital, or a place that also gives you close access to Stavanger — our goal is to help you find exactly what you need. Our website offers a wide selection of vacation rentals from top travel companies like Airbnb, Vrbo, HomeAway, Booking.com, and many more. It doesn’t matter if you’re on a solo travel expedition, going on a honeymoon to Bergen, or planning a family vacation for 8, we can match you with rental accommodations that sleep everyone comfortably. Experience the beauty of Bergen, Norway with VacationRenter today.
Where Is Bergen in Europe?
Occupying most of the Bergen Peninsula in the district of Midthordland in the mid-western region of the Vestland county, Bergen is located on the west coast of Norway. The city is sheltered from the North Sea by a series of islands that include the northern municipalities of Meland, Lindås, and Osterøy; the eastern municipalities of Vaksdal and Samnanger; southern Os and Austevoll; and western Sund, Fjell, and Askøy.
What Is Bergen, Norway Known For?
The second-largest city in Norway, Bergen is the largest port on the west coast and one of Scandinavia's busiest cruise ship stopovers. A beguiling city, surrounded by placid fjords and rolling hills, Bergen is aplomb with a huddle of clapperboard houses, clusters of excellent art museums, and a buzzing nightlife scene. Surrounded by a ring of hills known locally as the Seven Mountains, the city's idyllic setting and stunning natural harbor has cemented its reputation as one of Norway's most popular tourist spots. However, it's not just the complete tranquility of nature that Bergen offers. Home to an expansive student population, Bergen is bursting with a youthful zest that can be felt in the bars, pubs, and clubs that pulse with frenetic energy. A cultural powerhouse, Bergen is over-pouring with cosmopolitan charm and a flavor that is unapologetically its own.
Home-types in Bergen
Bergen has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Bergen:
- Hotel: 80 vacation rentals
- House: 24 vacation rentals
Points of interests in Bergen
Bergen has several popular points of interest for you to check out when visiting the area. Here are the most popular points of interest in Bergen:
- Bergen Maritime Museum: 1,389 vacation rentals
- Leprosy Museum St. Jørgen's Hospital: 1,389 vacation rentals
- VilVite - Bergen Science Center: 1,389 vacation rentals
- Bryggens Museum: 1,389 vacation rentals
- KODE 4, KODE Kunstmuseer og komponisthjem: 1,389 vacation rentals
- St. Mary's Church: 1,389 vacation rentals
- Troldhaugen: 1,389 vacation rentals
- Fantoft Stave Church: 1,389 vacation rentals
- University Museum - Museum Of History: 1,389 vacation rentals
- The King Håkon's Hall: 1,389 vacation rentals
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