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Hold a business meeting in Stavanger in Fjord Norway, and experience the awe-inspiring Preikestolen (the Pulpit Rock) and the same time - Photo: Casper Tybjerg - Visitnorway.com
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Hold a business meeting in Stavanger in Fjord Norway, and experience the awe-inspiring Preikestolen (the Pulpit Rock) and the same time Photo: Casper Tybjerg - Visitnorway.com

Stavanger

Stavanger is the centre of the Norwegian oil, gas and energy industry. The city has 10,000 conference chairs and the world’s highest pulpit.
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Largest conference hall: 1,700 (Stavanger Forum with 15,000 square metres of exhibition space). Hotel rooms: 4,000.

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Meeting venues

Conference centres and exhibition halls in Stavanger

Stavanger Forum has 30 meeting rooms and can host 5,000 delegates. Other big conference venues are the concert hall and the Viking Stadium.

Conference hotels in Stavanger

The conference hotels in Stavanger can accommodate between 120 and 950 delegates. They are all within walking distance of the centre or of Sola Beach.

Special venues in Stavanger

The Norwegian Petroleum Museum, a medieval monastery and a mountain hall are all alternative venues available for conferences and meetings.

Receptions and dinners in Stavanger

Impress business partners with dinner prepared by a Bocuse d'Or winner, or invite them to a reception at a restaurant on a lush tropical island.
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Stavanger Forum

Just 15 minutes from Stavanger Airport, Stavanger Forum has 30 meeting rooms, 15,000 square metres of stand space, and capacity for 5,000 delegates.

Incentive activities

Fjord cruise under the mighty Preikestolen

Give your meeting an edge by inviting your team on an astonishing fjord cruise under the mighty Preikestolen (the Pulpit Rock) along the Lysefjord.

Visit a tropical island in Stavanger

Relax after your business meeting among tropical flowers and palm trees, with panoramic views of the fjord and mountains.

The Norwegian Petroleum Museum in Stavanger

Arrange a group tour of the Petroleum Museum in Stavanger and find out how the discovery of oil in the North Sea changed the fortunes of Norway.

Historical tour of Stavanger

Stroll through the history of Stavanger, including a guided tour of the medieval cathedral – a great way to introduce you and your team to the city.

Transport

Transport to Stavanger

Direct flights from many cities in Europe make it easy to visit Stavanger. You can travel by train, bus or express boat from other Norwegian cities.
PARTNER

Travel partner – Scandinavian Airlines

SAS fly you and your customers to Norway. Enjoy competitive fares for all participants.

Convention Bureaus

Stavanger Convention Bureau

Stavanger Convention Bureau provides free information to help you plan an event in the region, from small incentive programmes to large conferences.

Norway Convention Bureau (NCB)

Norway Convention Bureau promotes Norway as an international meetings destination and helps conference and incentive organisers to plan their events.

About Stavanger

Key facts about Stavanger

Stavanger is one of Norway’s larger cities with over 127,000 inhabitants. Stavanger Airport Sola is a 15-minute drive from the city centre.

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