Bryggen, a UNESCO world heritage site, is considered the most famous medieval settlement in Norway. For 400 years, Bryggen was under the control of the Hanseatic merchants. There is a Museum of the Hanseatic League, and saved Systane the Hanseatic Assembly rooms.
In the art galleries of Bergen, facing the lake Lille Lungegardsvann, assembled a great art collection. On the same street is the Bergen art Museum which includes unique collection of Edvard Munch’s paintings. There is also the Bergen contemporary art centre and Museum of decorative-applied art of Western Norway.
Other attractions: the Museum of Bryggen, St. Mary’s Church, the Theta Museum of the resistance movement during the German occupation of Norway during the Second world war. The Royal residence and reception hall Haakonshallen, the fløibanen Funicular and the Fish market.