Bergen is the second largest city in Norway, or actually a small provincial town with a population of 280 thousand.

The city is pleasant to the extent that a harsh Norwegian city can be pleasant, where the temperature can go for years without rising above 20 degrees.


Very pleasant architecture, much more charming than in the capital.

In Bergen, it is so boring that parking on the sidewalk is at least some form of entertainment.

I stayed in Bergen for only one day, and I already had no idea how to occupy myself.

I can’t imagine how one can seriously live here, but migrants from the Middle East have made it here. For what? To look at the perpetually cold sea and overweight seagulls?

Street sign.

City center.

Castles, mountains, houses.



One good thing is that the tram is modern, unlike in Oslo.