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About Bergen Ferry
The town of Bergen with its important ferry port is the seat of Hordaland fylke (county) in southwestern Norway. Originally Bergen was called Bjorgvin. The city of Begen was founded in 1070 by King Olaf III.
Bergen is the second largest city of Norway and main ferry port terminal of Norway.
Anywhere near the ferry port there are many restaurants and pubs there and it's a good place to just sit and watch the movement. During the day
there's an open market and in the evening there is sometimes people out entertaining.
Getting to Bergen Ferry Port by Car
Please note that the E16 may be closed for shorter periods during the winter because of the snow. If you drive from Oslo, you should visit Oslo Tourist Information Office and ask for updated road information. Please also note the tire requirements, this is very important!
Smyril Line / Fjordline
Driving from Oslo to Bergen get the E16. When you are in Indre Arna you can go either via Espeland and Nesttun to Bergen or via �sane to Bergen. Once in Bergen centrum head for Bryggen/Bradbenken/Bergenhus and continue to the terminal whic is located on Skoltegrundkaien.
From E39/E16 arriving in Bergen follow the signs for "Hirtshals". In the Nygaard Tunnel take exit towards "Hirtshals". Continue straight ahead in the first roundabout. Turn left at the traffic lights along Torborg Nedreaasgt and then follow signs for "Hirtshals". Turn left at the traffic lights into the terminal area.
From Sotra/Askoy: On the "Puddefjords"-bridge follow the sign marked "Hirtshals". Keep following these signs all the way to the terminal area.
Getting to Bergen Ferry Port by Rail
Oslo - Gol - Geilo - Ustaoset - Finse - Myrdal - Voss - Bergen.
The Bergen Line - This line connects the two most important cities in Norway, Oslo and Bergen, and the train journey "over the roof of Norway" is and experience in a class of its own. The Bergen Line is a unique experience on Northern Europe's highest railway. One of the greatest challenges for the Bergen Line is the harsh and changeable weather. The line is exposed to deep low-pressure centers from the west, which can mean strong winds and heavy snow for part of the year.