Win A Trip To The Norwegian Fjords
Looking for a trip with a difference this year? Then how about jetting off to discover the delights of Norway? From 27th May 2018 you can fly direct to Bergen from Glasgow Airport with Loganair.
Bergen is Norway’s big city with a small-town atmosphere and is full of history and tradition. It's ideal combination of charm, culture and absolutely stunning panoramic views makes it the perfect location for a mini-break.
As soon as you step off the plane you can take in some of the city's many treasures...Take a stroll around the old streets and alleyways where the charm of the higgledy piggledy small wooden houses and steep cobbled streets will take your breath away.
Go and explore Bergen's hanseatic wharf, which dates back to the Middle Ages and is designated a World Heritage site by UNESCO. Or why not walk the length of Bryggen to the old fortress of Bergenhus, visit one of the many museums and galleries also on route you can see the home of composer Edvard Greig.
Bergen has plenty to keep you entertained, and with many gourmet seafood restaurants and small friendly bistros, your appetite will be equally as satisfied.
Bergen's charm is accentuated by its stunning surroundings, so if you're feeling adventurous you can travel to the top of Mount Floyen, Ulriken, or any of the seven mountains that surround the city to savour Bergen and the unforgettable memory of the spectacular Norwegian Fjords. A tour to this magical kingdom of fjords is a must with wild and beautiful countryside, majestic mountains and dramatic landscapes.
Fly to Bergen: The Gateway to the Fjords Of Norway with Loganair
Flying from Glasgow from 27th May inclusive
of a 20kg luggage allowance & complimentary in-flight service
Win a trip to Bergen!
You could be exploring this amazing city on us, as we have a pair of return flights to be won from Glasgow to Bergen. We'll also include £400 so you can sort your accommodation and make it one memorable trip.
For the chance to win, answer the question below before 23:59 on Sunday 18th February.