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The city train takes you at a leisurely pace on a pleasant tour of Haugesund, which has a unique story to tell about how the city was built on herring and shipping. The city train in Haugesund has guided tours in 8 languages.
The tour starts at the cruise terminal on Risøy. The train travels at a leisurely pace towards the city center and on to Hasseløy, or "Bakarøyna" as it is called. From there, the trip goes north towards Haraldsstøtta where we take a 10-minute break. From there, the train travels towards the city center via the park, down around Smedasundet before heading towards the city's Italian-inspired town hall, which in 2010 was named Norway's finest town hall.
After passing Vår Frelsers church from 1901, the train makes a stop in Kaigata where it is possible to get off the train and take a later train back to the cruise terminal on Risøy.
Bytoget in Haugesund shows you the city and gives you an insight into the history of how "Sildabyen" has developed since the mid-1800s
Guiding in 8 languages: Norwegian, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch and Russian
The city train departs every half hour on days when there are cruise ships in Haugesund
Adult 290,-, child 120,- and family ticket 700,-.