Business Aviation Tips and In-flight Catering for Private Jets in Bergen, NorwayAugust 05, 2019 by Stevie Schweitzer
Bergen, Norway situated on the southwest side of the country, is home to just shy of 300,000 people as well as some breathtaking views. The city is surrounded by mountains and the world’s deepest fjords. Fjords are deep inlets between high cliffs or extremely steep slopes. This historic city reaches its warmest time between July and August, only climbing to about 60⁰F (15⁰C). Bergen was named a UNESCO heritage city and it brings in visitors for everything from amazing cuisine to beautiful views.
When working on a private aviation trip to Bergen, you will land at Bergen Airport (ENBR), which is located about 30 minutes south. For inflight dining options on your departure from Bergen Airport, your needs can be fulfilled through the Air Culinaire Worldwide® Network. As always, it is best to plan your inflight catering needs at least 48 hours ahead for the details of your next leg, especially during peak season. The easiest way to plan and order your in-flight catering is via the ACW Menu app, available for Apple and Android mobile devices.
When arriving in Bergen make sure to take in the beautiful views. For those who enjoy being outdoors head right Mount Floyen. Floyen has a funicular, a cable car, that will take you right from the city center to the top of the mountain. Here you can see everything from the nearby islands to the surrounding mountains. From here many go hiking, mountain biking, zip lining and much more. Bergen also boasts the beautiful Bryggen wharf. This area hosts shops, galleries, restaurants and even secret passageways. Built in the 18th century, this part of the city has a row of colorful, historic and memorable buildings worth visiting.
For the days that it rains, which is about 231 days a year, head inside to the museum of Bryggen to learn all about the famous fire and the medieval times. For a look at the famous fjords, jump on the express boat where you can see a beautiful waterfall along with the Aurlandsfjorden. With Bergen having so many rainy days, one of the most popular things to do is head to Vannkanten aqua park. This park has over 90 shops and restaurants as well as pools and even an ice rink!
Due to Bergen’s ideal location of being right on the port and at the foot of the mountains, this city holds bragging rights to some of the best seafood as well as a multitude of plants. Their most popular dishes typically include fish. Two famous plates are the Smoked Salmon (Røkt Laks) and Tørrfisk , both widely enjoyed and commonly served. The Tørrfisk is a delicacy and has been a traditional dish since the 12th century. For the locals’ favorite head to Pingvinen, where you can eat until your heart is content. This gastropub is located right in the city center and serves authentic Norwegian cuisine, within walking distance of Lake Lille Lungegårdsvannet.
Bergen is home to some of the most picturesque views and richest history in all of Norway. Visitors come from all over the world to see the all that this city has to offer. Whether its visiting the cultural landmarks or breathing the fresh mountain air, make sure to enjoy every minute of this city. (And don’t forget a raincoat!)
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