House in the centre of Bergen

House in the centre of Bergen


Oct 2005

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 3
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Townhouse right in the middle of the centre of Bergen. Walking distance to all kinds of services and entertainment. The house has a double bedroom, a smaller bedroom, living room, kitchen and bathroom and is situated in a quiet and sunny location with nice views over Bergen and the fjord. It is very central, yet quiet. The house is from 1825, but has been completely refurbished in recent years.


More about us

  1. Eva is 61, graphic designer working at the University of Bergen and Odd is 66, engineer, recently retired from the University of Bergen.
    We have 20 years of experience with home swapping during holidays and are well used to taking care of other people's homes (and cats).

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Where is it?


Located in the middle of Bergen with all it's cultural activities. Easy access to frequent public transport. We do not offer car exchange, since we don't have a car and always use public transport on holiday. We find it relaxing. From the centre of Bergen you can enjoy walks in the mountains and forest just a few minutes from the doorstep or you can take boattrips to the fjords around Bergen. Bergen also has many cultural activities, concerts, theater and museums. The composer Edward Grieg lived in Bergen and his home is now a museum. The medieval UNESCO World Heritage site, Bryggen (The Wharf) is located in the centre of Bergen.
For more information about Bergen and western Norway, take a look here:

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