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Highlights in Bergen

  • Colourful, trendy city
  • Spectacular fjords
  • Art and culture
  • Great shopping

Best Holiday Homes & Rentals in Bergen

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Fana, Bergen
Holiday Rental • 4 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
Located in Bergen, this 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom condo lets you experience it all. Fans of nature and the outdoors will love being 9 minutes by car from Nygard Park and 11 minutes from Festplassen. With the property's convenient onsite parking, you'll be ready to make the quick 3-minute drive to Fantoft Stave Church or the 4-minute drive to Troldhaugen.
from €130 / night
Bergen, Vestland
Holiday Rental • 5 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
(3 reviews)
BJØRNESTRAND FJORDSIDE VIEW is located on motorway E 39 to Ålesund.It's close to Bergen city,only 15min. drive.Other motorway E16 to Oslo it's only 2km.It s very close to all points.Apartment is in a double house,on the first ground floor.This house is build in 2015;From terrase is fantastic view with the fjordside and mountains.A lot of shopping centers and many shops including bigest shop IKEA,and its only drive from apartament.Free parking place for 1car.You will love that place.
from €130 / night
Årstad, Bergen
Holiday Rental • 36 m² • 1 Bedroom
Enjoy your stay in Bergen in our beautifully renovated apartment located in a quiet and venerable area. The apartment is located at Danmarksplass and have good public transport to the city center.Or you can choose to walk the distance, it’s approximately 2,5 km to the city center.The apartment has one bedroom,a large bathroom and a spacious common area with fully equipped kitchen and a lovely lounge.37m2
from €214 / night

Prices and availability

Current Holiday letting prices Bergen

€219for 3 Jun - 10 Jun
€201 annual average
Average price per week

Current holiday letting availability Bergen

33%for 3 Jun - 10 Jun
38% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Holiday homes and rentals in Bergen

Homes in the great Norwegian North

Bergen is one of the world's most spectacular harbour cities, packed with history, natural beauty and friendly locals. It boasts a supremely picturesque UNESCO-listed area of reconstructed medieval buildings, world-class shopping, and is the gateway to one of the world’s great natural wonders – Norway's spectacular fjords. There are so many homes to choose from in Bergen. But what will you choose? A modern and stylish flat overlooking the city’s iconic colourful facades, a house with a sea view, or a cabin in the mountains surrounding the city?

Unforgettable holiday homes in and around the city

The countryside around Bergen is home to spacious and cosy holiday homes, which offer panoramic floor to ceiling windows for you to revel in the unparalleled vistas of the Norwegian west coast. City apartments are finished to a high standard, are snug and warm, and put you right on the doorstep of Bergen’s many manmade and natural attractions.

Holidays in Bergen

The area and getting around

Explore the great north under the midnight sun

Norway's second city is located precisely two-thirds of the way from the Equator to the North Pole, and in the summer it is still light at midnight. Its international airport welcomes visitors from all over Europe, with a flying time of less than two hours from the UK. The city is the gateway to one of the world’s natural wonders, the Norwegian fjords, which attract tourists from all over the world.

Get your bearings in Bergen

Bryggen, the compact area just north of the harbour, was where the original city grew up, but it has long since expanded in all directions. The best way to get your bearings in Bergen is by heading up the 319 meters to the top of Mount Fløyen located just to the north of the town centre. From the summit, you can view the entirety of Bergen wrapped around its harbour. The more hardy among you can hike one of the many routes up to the summit, but for everyone else there is a funicular that takes you right to the top in not time!

Travellers and activities

Bergen for culture buffs

Bergen is essentially one giant work of art, but if you would like to visit the formal art galleries, head to Lille Lungegardsvann, next to the eight-sided lake in ‘new’ Bergen. The KODE galleries are the real highlight, boasting a wide-ranging and beautifully presented collection of art. Head to KODE 1 for craft and design, KODE 2 for temporary exhibitions and Bergens principal art bookstore, KODE 3 for rooms dedicated to the moody and thought-provoking works of Norway's most renowned artist, Edvard Munch, and KODE 4 for Nikolai Astrup’s dramatic takes on Norwegian landscapes.

Bergen for fjord hunters

The Norwegian coastline, immortalised by Slartibartfast in the Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy, is one of the world’s greatest natural wonders. And the good news for visitors to Bergen is that well-priced day cruises can be taken from the city harbour to landscapes that will truly make you weep. The most popular trip must be the day cruise to Sognefjorden, the largest and deepest fjord in the country. Miss this at your peril – no hyperbole – there is nowhere like it anywhere in the world.

Bergen is Europe’s rainiest city, with 231 days of precipitation a year. Summer is generally nice though, but don’t forget your umbrellas just in case!

Top 5 travel tips in Bergen

1. An industrialist’s delight

Visit the fascinating ruins of two abandoned stations destroyed by the power they sought to harness. Just three years after they were built, a winter storm sent the sea hurtling toward the station with a frenzied ferocity, and the power plant was ruined. Nowadays it makes a great day out for fans of industrial heritage.

2. Brighten up your day in the colourful Market Square

The iconic Market Square with its blue, red and yellow facades welcomes visitors with a vibrant atmosphere and the city’s best restaurants. Busy from morning to night, its quays are where local fishermen land their catches each morning; a fascinating spectacle for early birds.

3. Hop aboard the White Lady

Take the 60-minute cruise aboard the White Lady, which takes you on a delicious trip around the huge bay, revealing iconic views of Bryggen and the surrounding mountains, as well as other interesting sites such as the German submarine base.

4. Keep costs down with a hot dog and cinnamon bun

Eating out in Bergen is eye-wateringly expensive. To keep costs down, feast on a giant and delicious reindeer hot dog (6 euros) from Trekroneren kiosk at Kong Oscars gate 1, then make your way to any of the city’s many 7-Eleven shops to grab a skillingsboller, a filling and highly satisfying cinnamon bun for which Bergen is famous.

5. Shop till you drop

.Bergen offers plenty of ways to splash your cash, notably at the main city-centre commercial centre called Galeriet, with six floors of unbridled shopping in both mainstream and quirky shops. Don’t miss Bergen's trendiest designer store, Moods of Norway at Torgallmenningen 12, and don’t forget to get your instant 12% tax refund at the tourist office on anything you buy!

FAQs: Holiday Homes & Rentals in Bergen

What is the average price for holiday homes in Bergen?

By looking at its annual average price of €401.12, Bergen is not a destination that stands out as being the most expensive or the cheapest in Norway.

When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Bergen?

If you would like to save as much as possible during your visit to Bergen, book to go there in November (€142.98 per night on average), December (€145.59), or October (€242.16) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.

When are holiday rentals more expensive in Bergen?

When you look at renting a holiday home in Bergen, the highest prices are usually seen in the month of July (with an average of €582.55 per night), followed by February (€532.54), and January (€506.32).

Are there usually many holiday rentals available in Bergen?

It is better to book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Bergen, as only 49% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.

When are more holiday homes available?

In 2020, the months with the largest number of available properties in Bergen were May, September, and April with average availabilities of 61.2%, 56.75% and 55%, respectively.

During which months are there fewer rentals available in Bergen?

The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 37.6% of properties were available on average in 2020). Followed by January (41%), and February (41.2%).

How many holiday rentals does Holidu have in Bergen?

Holidu has around 150 properties in Bergen, offered by 5 different partners.

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