Things to see and do - Stavanger
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 orname..
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. 170 houses dating from the 18C and 19C have been restored. The narrow cobbled streets lit by old-fashioned..
Loekkeveien 26 N - 4002 Stavanger
This hotel is in the heart of Stavanger, 5 minutes’ walk from Central Station and a 15-minute drive from the airport. Guest can enjoy free access to the hotel's fitness centre. All rooms include a tea and coffee maker. The rooms at Radisson Blu Roya..
Olav V's Street 3 N - 4002 Stavanger
Offering fjord, city and mountain views from the free top-floor gym and sauna, the eco-friendly Radisson Blu Atlantic is 3 minutes’ walk from Stavanger Central Station. WiFi is also free. Stavanger Old Town is 250 metres away. The maritime-style roo..
Løkkeveien 41 N - 4008 Stavanger
This design hotel is in the heart of Stavanger, only 500 metres from Lake Breiavatnet and Stavanger Station. It offers free Wi-Fi, a gym and rooms with flat-screen TVs. The soundproofed rooms at Comfort Hotel Square have modern décor and include lux..