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More About Stavanger

Stavanger is a small city with big charm. It has a perfect harbour setting, history and culture, excellent restaurants, lots of shops and good accommodation. Close to mountains, fjords and with sandy beaches, it is also the norwegian oil capital.

Stavanger is a rather special place to live or visit. It is not like any other town in Norway. It has the charm and friendly atmosphere of a small town combined with the cultural richness and facilities of a big city. There are first class hotels and a large selection of excellent restaurants. The cosy harbour has a picturesque waterfront with colourful sea-houses and an old watchtower. Gamle Stavanger is Europe's largest old wooden settlement. The cathedral dates back to 1125.

There is only one international ferry route to and from Stavanger (Rogaland). This is Fjord Line's ferry from Stavanger to Hirtshals in Denmark. For domestic travel you will find local car ferries to Tau, Bokn and Skudeneshavn and Kvitsøy. In addition you will find high speed and modern catamarans to Bokn, Kopervik, Haugesund, Bergen, Sauda and Tau with more seasonal than scheduled services.

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Stavanger See and Do

The seasons control what to do in Stavanger. Stavanger has a maritime climate, with cool summers and mild winters. Summers features periods of warm and nice weather, although they sometimes can be rainy. Winters usually mean more rain than snow in Stavanger, although going into the mountains will ensure snow.

Stavanger Town Square in front of the dome churchThe Stavanger Oil Museum is a very interesting building with fascinating information on Norway's oil industry. Displays of submersibles, drilling equipment, a mock oil platform, and audio-visual presentations make for a good few hours. The museum caters for all ages and is open 10:00-16:00 (Sundays and June-August 10:00-18:00).

The Canning Museum may not seem like the most interesting place to visit but it is a surprisingly good little museum with a lot of hands-on exhibits.

Gamle Stavanger (Old Stavanger) is a well preserved slice of Norwegian history. Old winding streets and wooden houses are representative of accommodation from Stavangers days as a the canning capital of Norway. Most houses in Old Stavanger are privately owned and well kept.

A good place for a photo opportunity are the Three Swords (Sverd i fjell, literally Sword in Mountain), a monument outside the centre of Stavanger, beside the Hafrsfjord. The swords themselves are massive and in the background is the fjord. The monument commemorates the battle of Hafrsfjord in the late 800's where Harald Hårfagre beat his eastern opposition and became the first King of Norway.

Sculptures - In 2000 the mobile installation Another Place by British sculptor Anthony Gormley was placed on and off Sola beach. A few years later a new and permanent installation Broken Column[11], by the same artist, was placed at various locations surrounding the centre of Stavanger.

The Rogaland Kunstmuseum (art museum) is on Mosvatnet Lake, only 2 km from the city center. The museum has a permanent exhibition of Norwegian art, and a rotating exhibition that is sometimes quite spectacular. Be sure to see the Lars Hertervig paintings; you'll see the landscape of the islands just north of Stavanger reflected in his work.

Stavanger Cathedral (romanesque style from about 1125, with later gothic additions) is the best preserved medieval cathedral in Norway and well worth a visit. edit

Hiking and climbing around Stavanger is the best way to see the fantastic landscape. Many of the trails have been marked out by the Turistforetning with rocks bearing a red "T". Turistforening hyttes (cabins) provide simple accommodation in the mountains. Also mountain bikes can be hired and taken on the trails.

Solastranden (Sola Beach) is a long sandy beach by the airport. It is very popular in the summer and allows for some small waves for surfing. Along the beach, in the dunes, are the remains of defences from the 1940-45 occupation. Other less populated beaches are all along the coastline although they are sometimes hard to find.

Ice skating on Stokkavannet - In the depths of winter the government tests the ice on its lakes. Once the official word is given many Norwegians will head for the largest lake, Stokkavannet. The lake itself is located near to Madla about 20 minutes bus ride outside of Stavanger. Should the ice not be safe, and you have a compulsion to skate, another option is to visit the Siddishallen, an indoor ice-rink.

Public transportation in Stavanger is mainly by bus and works smoothly. A single ticket will cost kr 26-71 depending on how many zones you travel although it can be used again within your last zone within a certain time limit. A better option might be to buy a day-pass for kr 76, which can be used unlimited until midnight. In addition, you can buy the 3-day pass which costs kr 126. One and two-week passes are also available. Buses in the city center can be caught at the main bus terminal and at stops around the city lake, Breiavannet. The airport shuttle bus is very expensive (kr 95 one-way, kr 150 return) and if you are heading to a location outside the centre it may be more worthwhile to take a taxi. However, on workdays bus no. 9 which travels half-hourly between the airport and the city center, is a much cheaper option than the airport shuttle bus (kr 31 one-way) if having only ONE piece of luggage. Buses are modern and most have areas for wheelchairs and baby carriages.


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