Walk from Cruise Ship (Jekteviken) to Town Centre

Cruise tourists to Bergen arrive on to alternative locations: either in the cruise port at Jekteviken, or in the cruise port at Skoltegrunnskaien / Bontelabo.

If you arrive at the cruise port at Jekteviken or the nearby Dokkeskjærskaien, there is just a nice city walk of about 1km between you and the town centre. I takes you past some blocks of houses and pedestrian streets, past the theatre, until it ends in the town centre. From here you can reach most of the town’s attractions by foot. The walk ends by “the Blue Stone” (Den blå steinen), a popular meeting point for locals Bergen. Take a look at our video!

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