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It is now more than 60 years since Ledaal Teppeveveri began to weave carpets in Stavanger.
The company is now owned and run by Cathrine Hærem (third...
Big Horn Steakhouse is situated in Victoria Hotel in the centre of Stavanger.
The restaurant has a warm and relaxing ambience with its oak interior...
Restaurant Rossmann is located in First Hotel Alstor, and is named after the well-known painter and colorist Henrich Rossmann. There are four...
Lysefjord Sightseeing is managed by Norled AS and offers a great range of adventures in the scenic Ryfylke region:
- Hiking adventure Pulpit Rock -...
Experience the magnificent Lysefjord, the Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen), wild and beautiful coastal scenery, the popular Norway in a nutshell® trip and...
Stavanger has a special sculpture project, Antony Gormley's "Broken Column". It consists of 23 cast iron figures placed to give the appearance of an...
We are proud of Mikado's history that dates back to the 1980-ies. Mikado was the first japanese restaurant in Stavanger serving the city's first sushi...
The coastline from Breivig to Hillevågsvatnet lake in Stavanger is one large recreation area. Visitors will find a 2.8-kilometre long trail that is...
Welcome to Egon in Stavanger!
Down by Strandkaien 2, at the harbour- Vågen, you find a quite unique restaurant.
With nearly 400 seats inside and...
Tour 2: Hike to Kjerag
Departure: by bus from Kvæven Information Centre at 09:50 am. The bus arrives at Øygardstøl at 10:45 am. Follow the marked...
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