Free Walking Tour Bergen


Who are we
Who are we

We are the local Scandinavian brand NORDIC FREEDOM TOURS offering free walking tours in Bergen.

The highest quality walking tours and these are not just empty words.

Our mission is to make quality sightseeing available to all individual travellers to the city.

Our tours are led by local guides who offer both free and paid private walking tours.

The guides do not receive any salary other than what they receive from the guests who choose to join us.

Private Tours: To book a private tour at competitive prices please contact us.

We only work with bookings to ensure small group sizes for the safety of our guests and guides. Reservations are free.

Please book a place on our free tour in Bergen for you and your friends.

Just click on Book Tickets!

We are operating tours in English.



If you have booked a tour but cannot make it, please let us know as soon as possible.

This will allow us to offer your place to someone on the waiting list.

Thank you very much!


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Our Meeting Point of Copenhagen Free Walking Tours

next to The Monument Sjøfartsmonumentet av Dyre Vaa, Torgallmenningen is the main square of Bergen

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Unraveling Bergen’s Intriguing History: A Deep Dive into the City’s Lesser-Known Past

Bergen, Norway's second-largest city, is a place rich in history and culture. While many visitors come for the picturesque scenery and vibrant city life, there is so much more to explore. In this article, we delve into some of the lesser-known, intriguing historical facts about Bergen. From the imposing Bergenhus Fortress to the fascinating Bryggens Museum, discover the city's hidden tales and take a deep dive into its past. Whether you're embarking on a free tour in Bergen or organizing private tours, let this guide be your compass to Bergen's historical wonders. Bergen's Hanseatic Heritage Bergen was once a significant trading center for the Hanseatic League, a powerful medieval confederation of merchant guilds and market towns in Northern Europe. The UNESCO-listed Bryggen Wharf  is a testament to this thriving trade era. To learn more about Bergen's Hanseatic history, visit the Bryggens Museum (, which showcases archaeological finds and explores the city's development during the Hanseatic period.[...]

Discovering Bergen’s Hidden Gems: A Free Walking Tour Adventure

Bergen, a picturesque city nestled between mountains and fjords in Norway, is a fantastic destination for travelers seeking a unique and memorable experience. Although famous for its vibrant fish market, UNESCO-listed Bryggen Wharf, and Mount Fløyen, this charming city offers so much more than just its popular tourist attractions. To explore Bergen's offbeat side, embark on a free walking tour where you'll be guided through the city's lesser-known gems. In this article, we'll dive into some intriguing spots you'll encounter on your Bergen walking tour adventure. Leprosy Museum (Lepramuseet) Begin your free walking tour in Bergen with a visit to the Leprosy Museum. Located in the St. Jørgen Hospital, the museum ( showcases the history of leprosy, a disease that was once widespread in Norway. Through fascinating exhibits and personal stories, you'll learn about the lives of patients and how Bergen played a pivotal role in leprosy research. Fantoft Stave Church Your Bergen tour[...]

A Comprehensive Guide to Living as an Expat in Bergen, Norway

Bergen, the picturesque coastal city in Norway, is known for its vibrant culture, breathtaking scenery, and thriving expat community. With its rich history, excellent work-life balance, and high quality of life, it's no wonder that many people from around the world choose to call Bergen their new home. In this comprehensive guide, we delve into the details of living conditions for expats in Bergen, covering everything from housing and food to entertainment and leisure activities. We'll provide you with prices and links to official sources of information to help you plan your life in this beautiful Nordic city. Housing in Bergen Renting an apartment in Bergen varies greatly in price, depending on factors like location, size, and age of the building. A one-bedroom apartment in the city center may cost between NOK 9,000 and NOK 12,000 per month, while a similar apartment outside the city center would likely be priced between NOK 7,000 and NOK 10,000[...]

Discover the Most Popular Attractions on Your Bergen Visit

Bergen, Norway's second-largest city, is nestled between the stunning fjords and picturesque mountains. Offering a vibrant cultural scene and an unforgettable travel experience. With its rich history, colorful wooden houses, and breathtaking natural beauty, a Bergen visit is a must for any traveler exploring Scandinavia. In this article, we will delve into the most popular attractions in Bergen that you simply cannot miss. Bryggen Start your Bergen visit at Bryggen, the city's iconic UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a testament to its Hanseatic past. With its colorful wooden buildings dating back to the 14th century. Bryggen offers a unique insight into the city's history as a significant trading center. Wander through the narrow alleyways, visit the many charming shops, galleries, and restaurants, and immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere that surrounds this historic gem. Fløibanen Funicular A trip to Bergen would be incomplete without a ride on the Fløibanen funicular, which takes you to[...]

What is the high standard of living in Norway?

Norway is a country that has become synonymous with a high standard of living. Its citizens enjoy high levels of education, good health care, low crime, and a strong economy. This has led many people to wonder what makes Norway such a desirable place to live and what factors have contributed to its high standard of living. One of the key factors contributing to Norway's high standard of living is its strong economy. The country has a very high GDP per capita, which is one of the highest in the world. This means that the average Norwegian enjoys a high level of income, which in turn allows them to enjoy a high standard of living. In addition, Norway has a very low unemployment rate, which means that most people who want to work can find a job. This strong economy is supported by Norway's rich natural resources, which include oil, natural gas, and fish. The country has used[...]

Living in Bergen as an Expat

Bergen is a picturesque and charming city on the west coast of Norway. Known for its colorful wooden houses, breathtaking fjords and beautiful mountain ranges. Bergen has become a popular destination for travelers from all over the world. If you are an expat planning to visit Bergen, there are a few unique features of life in the city that you should be aware of. One of the best ways to explore Bergen is on foot. The city has a rich cultural heritage, and a walking tour is an excellent way to learn about the city's history and traditions.  There are many guided walking tours available in Bergen, and they cover a range of topics such as architecture, food and history. A walking tour will take you through the narrow streets and alleys of the city, and you will get to see some of the most beautiful buildings and landmarks that Bergen has to offer. One of the most[...]

The top four sights to see in Bergen

Bergen, the second-largest city in Norway, is a charming and vibrant destination located on the country's southwestern coast. Known for its rich history, stunning natural scenery, and vibrant cultural scene, Bergen is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Norway. In this article, we will highlight the top four sights to see in Bergen. Bryggen Wharf Bryggen Wharf is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the heart of Bergen. This historic area is characterized by its colorful wooden buildings, which date back to the 14th century. Originally used as a trading post, Bryggen Wharf was the center of Bergen's thriving trade network during the Middle Ages. Today, the area is home to a variety of shops, restaurants, and museums, making it a popular destination for tourists. One of the highlights of Bryggen Wharf is the Hanseatic Museum, which provides a glimpse into the life of the German merchants who once lived and worked in the[...]

Visit Bergen

A 3-Hour Walking Tour of Bergen: Uncovering the Gems of Norway's Coastal City Bergen, a picturesque city nestled between seven mountains on Norway's west coast, is a must-visit destination for tourists seeking a blend of natural beauty and rich cultural history. This guide provides a detailed walking route through Bergen's main attractions and concludes with recommendations for five of the city's finest restaurants and cafes, where you can enjoy delicious Norwegian dishes. The 3-Hour Walking Route: Start at Bergen Station Walk to Byparken Explore Lille Lungegårdsvannet Stroll along Torgallmenningen Visit the Fish Market (Fisketorget) Admire the UNESCO-listed Bryggen Traverse the narrow alleyways of Nordnes Marvel at Bergenhus Fortress Finish at the Bergen Aquarium A Detailed Itinerary: Begin your adventure at Bergen Station (0 min) Kick off your walking tour at Bergen Station, the city's main railway station located in the heart of the city. This central location is the perfect starting point[...]

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