Norway’s southwestern coast
Bergen is renowned for its university, which is renowned for its world-renowned collection of museums. The museums at the university include the Natural History Collection, the Cultural History Collection, and the Seafaring Museum, which are well worth spending a day at.Norway and Bergen are secure destinations with a low crime rate. In the area, visitors can walk comfortably. From tea rooms to gourmet fish restaurants, from small bistros to discos, bars and nightclubs, you can find almost all in Bergen.
It is geographically possible to see the northern lights in popular destinations like Oslo and Bergen. In Bergen, a city on the shores of a fjord, the light pollution isn’t as bad as in Oslo, so you may have a good chance of seeing the northern lights if they’re strong enough. Unfortunately, food and beverages are surprisingly expensive in Bergen, to the point that the location will be very challenging for backpacker styles. All costs twice as much, even in supermarkets, as it does in the most costly European cities. The hostel beds are expensive, and virtually no budget hotels are available at all.