Congress in Bergen
Bergen has a long tradition as a congress city. The first major assembly took place in 1163 when Magnus Erlingsson was crowned King of Scandinavia and ever since Bergen has been the natural choice of many congress organizers.
Today, Bergen is regarded as an international congress city, with major conferences following one another.
The city is easily accessible and offers around 27 hotels with more than 6,000 beds, and every conference facility needed for a successful lecture.
Scandinavian Incentives provides the added attraction of a wide selection of activities and excursions in Bergen and its local surroundings.
Social events go hand-in-hand with congresses, and where parties, receptions and dinners are concerned Scandinavian Incentives can offer a broad selection of venues ranging from small and intimate to the most exquisite of banquet halls in Bergen.
Bergen really does have something for everyone!