Bergen Ferries - Prices from £538
Book a ferry to Bergen with AFerry. Ferries to Bergen, in Norway, are available from Denmark. You can take a ferry to Bergen from Hirtshals.
Bergen Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Bergen are operated by Fjord Line. When you search for a ferry to Bergen, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We'll also show you results for similar ports like Kristiansand, Langesund and Larvik to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Bergen ferries with Fjord Line are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Bergen will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
The city of Bergen was founded in 1070 by King Olaf III and was originally called Bjorgvin; now Bergen is home to approximately 225000 inhabitants. Bergen is the second largest city of Norway and was honoured with the title of European Capital of Culture in 2000. Bergen boasts many popular attractions, including Floybanen (a Funicular railway), the Edvard Grieg museum, the Hanseatic Museum, the Fish Market and the Bergen Aquarium, which has one of the finest and most extensive collections of marine fauna in Europe.
Floybanen, the Funicular railway, will take you from the city center (150 meters from the Fish Market) to the top of the Mount Floyen at 320 meters above sea level. There you can enjoy a magnificent view of the surrounding islands and walk along numerous paths around the mountain and to the lakes. The Troldhaugen, the Edvard Grieg museum, was the home of Nina and Edvard Grieg. This attractive Swiss-style house was built in 1884-85, with a spectacular view of the Lake Nordaas.
Ferries to and from Bergen
With Fjord Line you will travel on the MS Bergensfjord where you will find a full range of facilities and accommodation. On board, you will also find a buffet restaurant with hot and cold dishes, an Italian restaraunt and also a cafe serving hot and cold drinks and snacks.
Bergen port facilities
Bergen Ferry Port offers a full range of services and facilities. The Terminal facilities include a hot/cold drinks vending machine, toilets, luggage lockers as well as disabled facilities.
Getting to Bergen
If you depart in the winter, we advise you to check roads and weather information as well as the appropriate requirement for your car's tyres.
If you are driving from Oslo, take the motorway RV7 and follow it through Gol and Eidfjord to Bergen. The Ferry Port is well signposted.
Bergen Ferry Port is five-minute walk from the Railway Station and Bus Station in Stromgaten.
Nøstegaten 30, 5010 Bergen,Hurtigruteterminalen, Norway
01 Jun 2017Smooth crossing.
A smooth operation all round with added fjord cruise. Commander Buffet breakfast excellent.
Review by Sue. UK
12 Aug 2016Cabin and smoking
arrival time in Bergen was 12.30. However we had to leave our cabin at 10.00 because they had to clean the cabins. This was announced while we were having our breakfast. We did not know that we had to leave the cabin that early. We travel a lot with ferries to the UK. This is the first time we had to leave our cabin 2.5 hrs before arrival. No limitation what so ever in smoking zones. Even when you sit outside smoking for other people is not very nice.
Review by Anon
30 Sep 2014Fjord Line
I have to say that it was the best ferry journey I have ever been on. The ship was very clean and the cabins accommodating and of high standard. As for the catering we ate in the buffet restaurant, and though a little expensive worth every penny. Very high quality cuisine in a very relaxing and comfortable atmosphere. Will certainly use the Fjord Line again.
Review by Matthew Francis StClair Smallwood
29 Sep 2014Two days saved
Initially we were going to drive all the way to Bergen and looking at a 3 or 4 day journey. My wife wasn't keen on being a passenger for 4 days so I looked for alternative routes and stumbled upon Hirtshalls to Bergen ferry. Although she also had some reservations of sailing up the North Sea. Her fears were dispelled. We had an outside cabin, which was adequate given we were only sleeping in there, the meal on the boat served from the bar area was excellent. The guy who served us was very friendly and obliging. All in all a good decision, the cost of the ticket was offset by not needing two hotels and about 700 miles diesel saved. One slight gripe, when we first got on board it took some time to find our cabin. It may just help if there was someone at the top of the stairs to direct people to where they need to go, and stop the milling around of people. As I said it was a small insignificant concern.
Review by Anon
22 May 2014Could be better
When I got on board my room key wasn't working and it took me some time to get it fixed. When I was able to enter the cabin it was not clean and i had to wait more time to be able to start using the cabin. But the rest was ok.
Review by Sigmar Karl Agustsson