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Bryggen (the dock), also known as Tyskebryggen (Norwegian: [ˈtʏ̀skəˌbrʏɡːn̩], the German dock), is a series of Hanseatic heritage commercial buildings lining up the eastern side of the Vågen harbour in the city of Bergen, Norway. Bryggen has been on the UNESCO list for World Cultural Heritage sites since 1979.
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Bergen’s historic harbor area and the wooden wharf buildings aren’t just a UNESCO site, they are also beautiful and unique. They’re pretty to look at from the waterfront, but even cooler up close where you can wander in the tiny alleyways between the buildings. Inside are stores, restaurants, art galleries, and even a museum. It gets crowded in the middle of the day, so an early morning exploration of the buildings is the best way to see it without crowds. With the sun rising between the buildings, it truly feels like stepping back in time.
We visited during an international bicycle race which was super crowded. There are alot of souvenirs and cafe along this part of the town. A lot of historical craft shops too. You will need some time to finish walking the alleys to be able to appreciate the history of this place.
Came here for a work trip and found the area very charming. Their was a mix of historical sites, quality restaurants, and just flat out charm. I wish my business trip was longer because the area looked like it had so much more to offer. Overall a very positive experience in my brief time here.
Magic open museum of mediaeval colourful wood building reflecting on the seaside interesting to visit and discover the way they made now partially used as shops, magazine, laboratories artists, restaurant and local crafts. The areas is very popular and well kept with Nicely restoring work done keeping style and technology
Bryggen is a beautiful harbour. It is no wonder it is UNESCO heritage listed. Perfect for a stroll and a beer or bite to eat
This place is very well maintained and the architecture brings you back to the olden times. Is also a beautiful place to view the never ending sunsets and in the evenings the fish market nearby starts with amazing food. It's a must to view the old heritage hoses and get a feel of back in the days.
Interesting to walk around still a lot of old historic buildings just a shame nearby houses are covered in graffiti, didn't expect to find this in Bergen.
Great location, lots of shops there and sightseeing to do 😁
The Bryggen in Bergen is the hallmark of the city. You can not miss seeing this building from in any part of the Bergen. Its beautiful to look at during any time or season of the year. The project of building restoration is a great effort. Its a UNESCO world heritage site. Must see place.
Nice area for an evening walk when there are less tourists.