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Before feasting on fjord-to-fork creations at Lysverket, head inside Kode Gallery for an extensive collection of works by Picasso, Klee, Astrup and Edvard Munch.
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Follow the water to explore Bergen’s oldest buildings, a Unesco World Heritage site dating back to 1702. Meander through the narrow dark alleyways, and stop for a beer at the nearby UNA Microbrewery.
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When the rain holds off, locals love a stroll up to Mount Fløyen. From there the whole of Bergen and its glorious natural surroundings can be viewed at once. Grab a coffee from the award-winning Kaffemisjonen on the scenic street Korskirkeallmenningen.
This is one of Norway’s most important showgrounds for contemporary art. Check their calendar exhibitions for both international and Scandinavian artists who are making waves in the scene.
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