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The Lysefjord is one of Norway's most breathtaking fjords. The 42 km long fjord is filled with memorable experiences such as the Pulpit Rock,...
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Handmade chocolate. Sjokoladepiken is a chocolate purveyor with a soul steeped in history, who over three generations has had the mission of
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Designed with a distinct nautical flavour, the ground floor of the restaurant N.B. Sørensen's Dampskibsexpedition...
We proudly welcome you up to the first floor. The Sørensen family's old living area provides an excellent environment for your very special meal....
One of Stavanger's best restaurants is found at the pier of Norwegian Petroleum Museum.
For lunch we can perhaps tempt you with homemade cookies,...
Artist Trine Sundt established Stavanger Glassblåseri at Gausel autumn 2004. You can here find the shop and the studio where Trine creates her art out...
On the western tip of Mosterøy island lays one of the country's finest medieval buildings– the Utstein Monastery. This was one of the royal estates of...
The coach will take us through beautiful Norwegian landscape of valleys, rivers and mountains- the land of the trolls.
At Byrkjedalstunet we will...
We walk in and around in Stavanger City, to look at what makes Stavanger something more than just an oil capital.
Rogaland has traditionally been one...
Feltmaking studio and shop with a large variety of own felted products and raw materials and equipment for felting.
Ullform is the special store for...
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