I walked 16,000 steps a day in this Norwegian city and it was easier than you might think

I love walking. Living in London, where you just sit in traffic in a car, my feet are my main mode of transport.

So when I go abroad, it’s always a pleasant surprise to discover a city that can be explored exclusively on foot. That’s exactly what I found when I visited Bergen in Norway earlier this year.

The second largest city in the country, Bergen is surprisingly compact. “Experience city highlights in just 10,000 steps,” the Visit Norway website proclaims.

But just why is it so easy to get around this Norwegian city without using a car or public transport?

Bergen: Clean and easy to navigate streets

Numerous pedestrian-only zones can be found

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