The city looks best from the sea side
Bergen is a city and a municipality in Hordaland county on the west coast of Norway, surrounded by the Seven Mountains, and often called the capital of Western Norway. Bergen was founded by Olav Kyrre in 1070 with the name Bjørgvin, which means "the green meadow between the mountains."
Throughout its history, Bergen has been a leading international trading and shipping city, and was the capital of the kingdom in the heyday of the Norwegian Empire until 1314.
The pier in Bergen is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List and reminds of the city's historical connection to the Hanseatic League.