Stavanger Travel guide
Stavanger : Michelin's recommendations
The fourth largest city in Norway is set in typical west coast scenery: on a peninsula jutting out into the North Sea along an indented coastline protected by a string of islands. Formerly a farming and fishing village, Stavanger is today a centre for every branch of the petroleum industry and service sector. Its old quarter has nevertheless preserved all its charm, with an old port and 12C cathedral.
Tourist attractions Stavanger : Things to see and do
Domkirkeplassen N - 4008 Stavanger
This 12C monument illustrating Romanesque and Gothic styles has two square towers, an imposing façade and a huge porch. Thanks to restoration work in the 20C, it regained its medieval look. Inside, the simplicity of the nave contrasts with the orna..
N - 4001 Stavanger
The old town was built in tiers on a slope to the west of the old port at the end of the 18C when Stavanger's sardine industry was flourishing. It was a neighbourhood housing workers, and 170 houses dating from the 18C and 19C have been restored...
Madlaveien 7 N - 4008 Stavanger
Prix Prices from : 590 NOK
This hotel is about 5 minutes’ walk from Stavanger Train and Bus Station. It offers free Wi-Fi access, free private parking and rooms with a fridge and satellite TV. The shuttle bus for Stavanger-Sola Airport stops 100 metres away. Stavanger Lille H..
Prestegårdsbakken 1 N - 4002 Stavanger
Prix Prices from : 895 NOK
Just 200 metres from Stavanger Train Station, this hotel offers free Wi-Fi. Leisure options include a sauna and gym. Cable TV, minibars and private bathrooms are found in all rooms. Rica Park Hotel Stavanger’s in-house restaurant serves traditional ..
Loekkeveien 26 N - 4002 Stavanger
This hotel is in the heart of Stavanger, 5 minutes’ walk from Central Station. Guest can enjoy free access to the indoor pool, hot tub and sauna. All rooms include a tea/coffee maker. The rooms at Radisson Blu Royal Hotel also have satellite TV and ..