Dreggen Hotel

Address: Sandbrugaten 3, Bergen, Hordaland, Western Fjords, 5835, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sandbrugaten 3, Bergen, is near Rasmus Meyer Collection, Bryggens Museum, Bergenhus Festning, and Hakon's Hall (Hakonshallen).
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Travel Blogs from Bergen

A Bird's Eye View

A travel blog entry by mitchnsue on Sep 19, 2015

71 photos

It is raining again Bergen. Our B&B host told us it rains about 280 days a year but someone else said that is too high. Anyway, it rains a lot.

Mitch had noticed some tents in the park the day we arrived. We decided to see what was going on. It was a science festival for children. This happens once a year when the universities and businesses do science exhibits for the kids. This year the subject was food. Some of the subjects we ...

Norway & Sweden

A travel blog entry by ewtodd on Sep 10, 2015

3 comments, 48 photos

... city hall.However this was not going to happen as the bus stopped near the train station and wasn't moving for an hour so we got off. We had gotten off at another stop and had to wait about an hour for it to come round to get back on. Needless to say it was very disappointing. While we were on the bus we drove by the King's garden, the shopping district and fashion is becoming a big export, out to the ferry lines as there were stops there for people coming and going on the ...

Bergen, Norway

A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Aug 20, 2015

... many shops, the outdoor market, the indoor fish market, the main city square, which was a huge pedestrian area and on to a large park with a lake. We passed by a concert hall named for Norway's most famous son, Edvard Grieg. There was a rather small statue of him outside, which turned out to be lifesize - he was only 53" tall! Our last point of interest was a ride up a funicular railway to Mt. Floyen, which is right at the edge of ...

10 quirky facts regarding Norwegian culture

A travel blog entry by hooleer on Aug 14, 2015


... As Grey said, "push some buttons and hope something happens." Exactly.

6. Norway's beautiful beaches. Norway makes much of their beaches, proclaiming that they have some of the most beautiful in the world. If your criteria is beaches that are nice to look at from a warm location- like a hotel, house or car- this may be the case. If your criteria has more to do with warm sand, gentle warm breeze, an ocean you'd actually want to swim in (without a full ...

Goodby Bergen, hello Flam

A travel blog entry by rbobski on Jul 08, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... saw the Iron Age burial grounds and the lighthouse. Was about a 4 mile walk and although we were tired, it was good to get out and move. One last snack and off to the bus station which was about a mile walk from hotel. Met up with Jim n his sister and we were all off to Bergen. Bus went on to a ferry after 2 hr ride to cross the fjord. Everyone gets out of cars, buses etc and heads up to a seating area. Complete with cafe. Snack on lefsa ...