Bergen (Norway)

Cruise Port schedule, map, terminals, news

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Region
Baltic - Norwegian Fjords - Russia

Locode
NOBGO

Coordinates
60.39881 N, 5.32251 E

  Port Map

Bergen is the second biggest city in Norway and gateway to the Norwegian fjords. Situated along the Byfjord, it's a delightful old Hanseatic trading town, today known as "Rhododendron City", surrounded by forested peaks and centred around the bustling harbour with thriving fishing industry.

Bergen is the southern turnaround port of the Hurtigruten "Express Route" (Norwegian Coastal Express). This is a regularly scheduled ferry and cruise itinerary in Norway, between Bergen and Kirkenes (the route's northern turnaround port).

Bergen's old waterfront is lined with coloured buildings and warehouses, housing boutiques, restaurants and art galleries. Here travelers will also see the Fish Market at Torget displaying the catch of today.

The history of Bergen dates back to the early 11th century when Olav Kyrre founded a settlement and royal residence here. Bergen replaced Trondheim as capital of Norway in 1240, and the city prospered under the guidance of Hanseatic League. Very soon, these German merchants controlled all trade in Norway and remained in Bergen for centuries until 1764.

Today, much of city's architecture reflects the lifestyle of Hanseatic merchants, who resided in tiny row houses close to the harbour. Bryggen is a collection of timbered Hanseatic houses from the 14th-16th century, restored and designated by UNESCO as a Heritage Site. Hanseatisk Museum re-creates living quarters of a merchant and his staff. King Haakon's Hall was built in the 13th Century, Rosenkranz Tower and Mariakirken in the 12th century. Theta Museum honours local Nazi resitance group from WW2.

Tourists can enjoy shopping or travel up Floibanen funicular railway for views over Bergen city and the surrounding area. Outside the town a must-see is the Fantoft Stave Church (1050) and Troldhaugen beside Norgas Lake - home of Edvard Grieg and now a park and a museum. On the Nordnes Peninsula is Old Bergen Museum, open air collection of 18th-19th century houses.Bergen cruise port map


Highlights: Bryggen Hanseatic Houses, Stave Church, Edvard Grieg Home

Bergen cruise terminal

Most cruise ships in Bergen Havn dock at the Skolten cruise port (Vagen Harbor). From here it is a 5-min walking distance (along the waterfront) to the Bryggen (aka Tyskebryggen) docking area.Bergen Skolten cruise port terminal

Large vessels may dock at Dokken port, located to the west of the Fish Market (a large outdoor market selling seafood, fruits and vegetables). Complimentary shuttle buses operate from Dokken Port to the city center. The walking distance is 20-min from the centre.Bergen Dokken cruise ship terminal

Bergen tours, shore excursions, hotels

City Tours and Shore Excursions

  • Hjeltefjorden
  • Ulriken Cable Car
  • Edvard Grieg Museum
  • Bergen Aquarium
  • Bryggen Wharf
  • Mt Floyen

The Bergen cruise port map is interactive. It shows the port's exact location, along with the real-time cruise ship traffic (if any) in its vicinity - today, and right now. By zooming-out you can see other cruise ship ports located near Bergen, Norway.

If you lose the Bergen location on the map, simply reload the page (also with F5 button). This feature is integrated with the CruiseMapper's cruise ship tracker tracking the vessels' current positions at sea and in ports.

Port Bergen cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Bergen, Norway. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

  1. January, 2017
Day Ships in port
Sunday
1 January, 2017
MS Vesteralen(arriving at 01 Jan)
Monday
2 January, 2017
MS Richard With(arriving at 02 Jan)
Thursday
5 January, 2017
MS Kong Harald(arriving at 05 Jan)
Friday
6 January, 2017
MS Lofoten(arriving at 06 Jan)
Saturday
7 January, 2017
MS Spitsbergen(arriving at 07 Jan)
Sunday
8 January, 2017
MS Nordlys(arriving at 08 Jan)
Monday
9 January, 2017
MS Nordkapp(departing at 09 Jan)
MS Polarlys(arriving at 09 Jan)
Tuesday
10 January, 2017
MS Finnmarken(arriving at 10 Jan)
Wednesday
11 January, 2017
MS Polarlys(arriving at 11 Jan)
Thursday
12 January, 2017
MS Vesteralen(arriving at 12 Jan)
Friday
13 January, 2017
MS Richard With(arriving at 13 Jan)
Saturday
14 January, 2017
MS Kong Harald(departing at 14 Jan)
Monday
16 January, 2017
MS Kong Harald(arriving at 16 Jan)
Tuesday
17 January, 2017
MS Lofoten(arriving at 17 Jan)
Wednesday
18 January, 2017
MS Spitsbergen(arriving at 18 Jan)
Friday
20 January, 2017
MS Nordkapp(arriving at 20 Jan)
Saturday
21 January, 2017
MS Finnmarken(arriving at 21 Jan)
Sunday
22 January, 2017
MS Polarlys(arriving at 22 Jan)
Monday
23 January, 2017
MS Vesteralen(arriving at 23 Jan)
Tuesday
24 January, 2017
MS Richard With(arriving at 24 Jan)
Wednesday
25 January, 2017
MS Kong Harald(arriving at 25 Jan)
Thursday
26 January, 2017
MS Trollfjord(departing at 26 Jan)
Friday
27 January, 2017
MS Kong Harald(arriving at 27 Jan)
Sunday
29 January, 2017
MS Spitsbergen(arriving at 29 Jan)
Monday
30 January, 2017
MS Nordlys(departing at 30 Jan)
Tuesday
31 January, 2017
MS Nordkapp(arriving at 31 Jan)
Tuesday
3 January, 2017
MS Nordnorge(arriving at 03 Jan)
Wednesday
4 January, 2017
MS Trollfjord(arriving at 04 Jan)
Thursday
19 January, 2017
MS Nordlys(arriving at 19 Jan)
Saturday
28 January, 2017
MS Lofoten(arriving at 28 Jan)