The Rosenkrantz Tower is Norway's most important landmark Renaissance building. It was once the residence of King Eirik Magnusson. It was converted into a gunpowder ammunition depot from 1740 to 1930 and was opened to the public as a tourist attraction in 1966. The oldest part of the building is the medieval tower, called "Keep by the Sea", built around 1270 and later expanded for military defense and other reasons. We went there and went to see the ticket along the old house in the port. The building includes an underground storage room, a ruler's residence and a top-floor turret that climbs up to the roof along the dark, stairwell. The order of the visits is not very clear, but no matter which room you see during the process of going upstairs, it is quite pleasant to stop and visit if you are interested. It is also fun to try on many old costumes and wear armor and weapons.
There must be at least two impulses in a person's life, a love that does not care for the body, and a trip that says to go. Quiet, pure, this is the Norway I have lived in, the Eden in my heart.
Tourist will enjoy the late afternoon ferry ride from #bryggen to #kleppesto for for awesome view #bryggen. #bryggen is an Unesco list for World Cultural Heritage sites of medieval Wharf with colourful wooden clad buildings #norway.
The Bergen #railway between #bergen to #oslo is considered one of the world's most scenic train rides. There are four daily departures from Oslo and Bergen, 7 hour journey brings you across one of Europe's highest mountain plateaus, and takes you to through spectacular and varied nature #norway.
Hiking at #mount Fløyen #bergen to enjoy beautiful nature and Autumn colours #norway
MM Cafe&Bar, located in the center of Bergen, is very elegant. We accidentally crashed into this restaurant because of the rain, but it gave me a big surprise. The waiter's attitude was very polite, the food was delicious, and the bread presented was delicious. The staple food was also very good, and I also had a good seafood fish soup, which made me cry in the cold weather.
2019 First Travel Pic
The scenery of the Sognefjord does need to be seen by the eyes. The fjord is also the representative of Norway. When the bow turned to the waterfall, I thought it was going to hit it. It was originally given us a cup of water to drink. This operation is quite different. As for why the bow gave me a photo, it was because it was too cold...
1, find the angle, then look at the timing, not afraid of cold, rushed to the deck.
2, think about the pose you want in advance, um, dont play with uncertainty.
3, the device is best to be a SLR, so that you can shoot a large film at any time.
Norwegian winter is not the best tourist season, but there is a unique magic that will make you forget the beauty of her summer. If it is not the attraction of Aurora to us, I don't think I will travel to Norway in the winter, so it is said that the goddess Aurora leads us and appreciates the best side of Norway.
came to the Arctic Circle to know the preciousness of the day, especially during the sunny days. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon, there is a tendency to go down the mountain. A light hits the snowy mountains in the distance, and the warm golden light. At three o'clock in the afternoon, the sun is setting.
Winter to go to Norway to drive the Aurora is a must for everyone. The light pollution in the city is very difficult to see. It is necessary to drive to the suburbs more than ten kilometers away at night. We are in Ruther. The fjord saw the first aurora, and it was close to the morning. Although tired but beautiful, life is unforgettable.
The advantage of winter travel is that the ticket and accommodation are half the price of the summer. We fly from Hong Kong, Scandinavian Airlines, tax-included ticket 3,300 yuan, but we must grab the ticket three months earlier.
Tourist will enjoy the evening romantic stroll at #bryggen #norway and It is Unesco list for World Cultural Heritage sites of medieval Wharf with colourful wooden clad buildings