A short walk from the Fish Market is the station where the funicular heads up to Fløien, the most famous of Bergen's seven hills. We'll miss the old contraption that used to haul us up to the top of the 320m (1,050-ft.) Mount Floyen. But for the first time in its 85-year history, the funicular has upgraded facilities and installed new cable cars. Today two modern carriages featuring glass ceilings and panoramic windows carry visitors to the top to take in the spectacular vista. Once there, you can take one of several paths that provide easy walks through a lovely wooded terrain with views of lakes and mountains in the distance. In summer, you can order lunch at the restaurant here, which is open daily and also serves as a souvenir shop.