We arrived bergen airport, we just had free time to go out, therefore we droped by Bryggen, which was resistered as world heritage. The houses was colorful and shape of them was so pretty. Woody narrow alley was cute either! We ate lunch for juicy hamburger!
Bryggen, Norway is a spot for of history and color. Also known as Tyskebryggen and established in the Middle Ages, Bryggen was a trading port for the Hanseatic League. Today, it’s a UNESCO World Culture Heritage Site and home to a plethora of shops, restaurants, and bakeries. Tip: walk down the alleyways to see even more history and places to pop in! #prettycity