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Fish Market

Bergen Harbour, Bergen 5014, Norway
+47 55 55 20 00
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  • Excellent31%
  • Very good35%
  • Average22%
  • Poor8%
  • Terrible4%
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“seafood” (598 reviews)
“fresh fish” (224 reviews)
“salmon” (180 reviews)
LOCATION
Bergen Harbour, Bergen 5014, Norway
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+47 55 55 20 00
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"seafood"
in 598 reviews
"fresh fish"
in 224 reviews
"salmon"
in 180 reviews
"king crab"
in 102 reviews
"prawns"
in 74 reviews
"whale meat"
in 98 reviews
"crab legs"
in 28 reviews
"caviar"
in 94 reviews
"sausage"
in 74 reviews
"stalls selling"
in 46 reviews
"for sale"
in 68 reviews
"miso soup"
in 72 reviews
"on display"
in 53 reviews
"walk around"
in 33 reviews
"vendors"
in 153 reviews
"whales"
in 194 reviews
"cooked"
in 169 reviews
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Reviewed today

The noisy, smelly fish market is the place to check out the multitude of fish/shellfish/seafood brought into Bergen by the fishermen and either have them cook it up for you on the spot, or take home to do yourself. Everything from King crab legs, monkfish,...More

Thank Robin W
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Reviewed today via mobile

We started our day in Bergen after we got off the cruise ship at the fish market. It’s a bunch of stalls covered with a red covering. The place is clean and it is a pleasure to walk through. My only regret was we came...More

Thank Karen S
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Reviewed yesterday

It was nice to walk by and take some photos, but the menu can be pricey. Which is above the Norway prices as everything here is pretty touristy.

Thank Kevin W
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Reviewed yesterday

They had everything Norwegian and fishy. So many fish and crustaceans I had never seen or eaten. And old favorites like Monk fish. 11 types of caviar. Cod soup and a kind of Paella Norwegian style. The prices were not set so we had to...More

Thank tiredandtravelled
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Nice area to stroll by the various stalls. We had some fish and chips and a fish cake which were delicious and a lox bagel which was just OK (no cream cheese, so felt a bit dry).

Thank Seema S
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Vibrant and tasty place to go. You can get seafood prepared many different ways here. First time I saw whale meat. Did not get to try it. The vendors are super friendly and multi lingual.

Thank Canyonatress
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Reviewed 2 days ago

A touristtrap that doesn't have much of the charm it used to have when live fish was being sold.Ok to walk thru and see this on the way to or from Bryggen or Fløyen.

Thank Einar L
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We just walked and looked at the stalls we spoke to the friendly stall holders. As we were on a cruise we were unable to purchase the stunning fresh fish. Highly recommended

Thank Ipswich21
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Reviewed 2 days ago

You will have to try this place, but it is a tourist trap. We had lunch only once and it was enough. We ate at Age Sorensen Fish Stand. The crab was too dry, the portion very small and the price was high for what...More

Thank Daba2010
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Reviewed 2 days ago

What an experience it was to walk through the fish market! Fish of all kinds! After doing the Floibanen, we decided it was time for dinner. Fortunately there was a McDonald's nearby for the 3 kids on our group of 8! We 5 adults had...More

Thank milbillin2018
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Debbie G
28 January 2017|
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Response from markwoodward1947 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, yes you can walk to the funicular railway get tickets there, l suggest a single ticket up, have a quick bite at the cafe and a drink, have a great look around. Then walk to the cable car and ride down to the bottom. Or... More
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Debbie G
24 January 2017|
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Response from K W | Reviewed this property |
Hi Debbie, if the cruise ship terminal is in the main harbour then the 'fish market' would not be more than a ten -fifteen minute walk. The funicular is only a fifteen minute walk from the fish market or 10-20 from the main... More
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Pauline P
2 August 2016|
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Response from alidanis | Reviewed this property |
That's a good question, because Norway is not necessarily a "tourist friendly" country. My most striking experience was with Flam Museum in Oslo. The museum closed at 18:00 but the last bus was at 17:32... and there's no... More
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