Nice and clean apartment with a large double bed, in the most central and vibrant part of Bergen. Close to park, shopping, cafes, pubs, clubs, yet very quiet area.
1 minutes Nordnes park.
1 minutes bus stop (bus nr 11 going every hours).
5 minutes shopping center (food).
10 minutes to heart of Bergen center.
25 minutes from the central Train station & Bus terminal.
Very attractive and quiet location in one of the most popular residential area wonderful at Nordnes. The old wooden buildings around Nordnes unique to Bergen, and most people who live here have a close relationship with his own coat. Have one once stayed at Nordnes - will always return. From here it is a few minutes walk into Bergen's heart, Torgallmenningen, and the city's wide services and cultural offerings. From Strandgaten is also a short distance out of USF with the city's best dining and a wide range of concerts, festivals, dance school, yoga classes and exhibitions to name a few. The pedestrian area, east of monastery, offers great shopping and several pleasant cafes. Large green areas for recreation in an otherwise hectic center finds in North Nesparken. It often invites pleasant evening walks or barbecues on warm summer days. Alternatively, bring a good book and settle on one of the many benches in the area - for example in Pharmacies Hagen or Klosterhaugen. In summer you can also jump into the water on both Sydnesplassen Sjøbad and Nordnes seawater pool located nearby. All the major studieinstitusjoenene is within walking distance - both the various faculties of the University of Bergen, BI and Hib. Each student center. The active will quickly find out that Nordnes offers a wide variety of sports. Designated sports teams and several teams in various sports. At the Aquarium is the artificial turf and there is also an indoor hall for winter. The aquarium is always popular and is within walking distance further out at Nordnes.
Historically about Nordnes:
Nordnes is a geographical name denoting the northern headland at Nordnes peninsula. In the Middle Ages the entire western shore of the harbor crown land, and with the exception of the Archbishop's Palace, Purely byggeforbud here. On 13 and 1400s had Munkeliv cloistered mark approximately where North Nesparken later was filed.
Fredriksberg fortress was built in (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), and further developed in the 1690s. By Fredriksberg was in olden times dishes spot with gallows, as reflected in the name Galgebakken. In 1666 was also cat, bastion in northern Nesparken built. Lavetthusene was built from 1810 to 1843 and was originally military magazines. After a fire in 1916, they served as housing for the homeless. On the square in front lavetthusene it was right from the Middle Ages to 1876's execution. It was here the last public execution took place in 1876, when the Swedish counterfeiter Jacob Wallin was executed. Nordnes Park was built in the years 1888 to 1898, partly on the ramparts of the former fortifications. Precinct is increasingly characterized by a good deal older wooden buildings, although fires and explosion accident in 1944 laid much of the buildings to rubble. After World War II have failed been expanded with residential and commercial buildings.