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On the trail of the Vikings

The Vikings were adventurous seafarers, from Denmark, Norway and Sweden. They spread through Europe and the North Atlantic area in the period of the...

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From lighthouse to lighthouse along the Jæren coast

Drive highway E39 towards Mekjarvik and turn off for Randaberg. Follow the signs to Tungenes lighthouse. Park at parking area in Tungevågen and stroll...

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Stavanger food safari

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...

Stavanger

Ledaal Teppeveveri

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 g...

Stavanger

King Oscar Bar

Radisson Blu Atlantic welcomes you to enjoy an informal visit in the lobby bar. Our English style bar King Oscar is in the lobby area and it is a popu...

Stavanger

Antique Restaurant

Welcome to Radisson Blu Atlantic's evening restaurant Antique on the first floor. At Antique we serve tasty dishes from our á la Carte menu while you c...

Stavanger

Flor & Fjære

Embark on a journey to an enchanting island with exotic gardens, for an experience that that will delight your senses.

Stavanger

Stavanger Cathedral

According to tradition the cathedral was built in the year 1125, after Sigurd Jorsalfarer named Stavanger as a cathedral city. Bishop Reinald of Winche...

Stavanger

Eatroyal Restaurant & Bar

Located on the lobby level, this Stavanger restaurant creates a cosy, relaxing atmosphere where guests can savour a delicious meal. This restaurant's t...

Stavanger

HansenHjørnet

Skagen 18 is one of Stavanger's oldest and most beautiful buildings, with a building history that goes back to the beginning of the 1700s. It now appears as a unique and exceptionally well-preserved example of the best of 1700s architecture in Stavanger.
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