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Lysefjord Safari
Go on a thrilling expedition along the spectacular Lysefjord when you book Fjord Events’ Lysefjord tour. This fjord trip can be enjoyed in all seasons!
NOK 1190
Norwegian Petroleum Museum
Visit Norwegian Petroleum Museum in Stavanger, a unique oil museum with an award-winning design dedicated especially to the oil industry in Norway!
NOK 150
Kayaking, wild camping and tastes of the fjord
Enjoy the scenic landscapes as you kayak through the quaint fjord around Jørpeland. Book Fjord Expedition's wild camping and guided kayak trip!
NOK 3400

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Byrkjedalstunet is a hotel where the food, history and the earthy real experience are at the center. Byrkjedalstunet also has its own lighting fixture. Here are Norwegian-made and handmade candles together with local art and interior. Byrkjedalstunet was in 2013 Rogaland`s second most visited tourist attraction in 2013. Our hotel is a different, cozy and intimate hotel where history is in the city center. Nature, idyllic buildings, food, wine and comfort are linked together …
Kvitsøy lobster museum
Idyllic island of Kvitsøy lies far out on the fjord between Haugesund and Stavanger. It is the smallest of Ryfylke’s municipalities. The island is home to one of Ryfylkemuseets finest museum sites, Kvitsøy Hummermuseet. Opened in 2013, it has exhibitions on lobster fishing, the fishing industry, and life on the island. The main exhibition deals with the story of the lobster, fishing lobsters and trading with them.
Strandstaden Jelsa
Jelsa is the best-preserved shore town in Ryfylke and was chosen in 2008 as Rogaland’s most idyllic place by NRK (the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation). The shore town’s roots reach back to the 1600s when Jelsa was an important church center and home parish. Today’s Jelsa has a cozy neighborhood with little 18th-century houses with the lovely wooden church as their closest neighbor.
Torpedoverkstedet (The Torpedo Workshop) is a showroom that conveys stories from World War II. Torpedoverkstedet was built by the German occupation forces during World War II, and at that time functioned as a torpedo workshop for the German seaplanes that operated from Sola Sjø in the heart of Sømmevågen. In the aftermath of World War II, the building had been used by Forsvaret (the Norwegian Armed Forces).

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Xpress RE-NAA
Welcome to our bakery and artisan pizzeria in Stavanger’s Culture House, Sølvberget. We bake our own bread, croissants and other delicacies. We serve paninis with great local filllings and homemade dressings. Do try our artisan sourdough pizza, prepared with (or without, your choice) Norwegian made mozzarella, San Marzano tomatoes, and your choice of seasonal and classic toppings. Enjoy!
Tango restaurant
Welcome to Tango! Our intimate restaurant with 30 seats will ensure that you as a guest sit on the best restaurant chairs in the city and enjoy the essence of our restaurant. You get a high quality menu focusing on local produce in season - in a warm atmosphere.
Noodle Noodle
When planning your perfect day, look no further than us. Noodle lovers beware... You're in for a tasty surprise.
Sushi San
Sushi San is a new restaurant located at the train station in Stavanger.
Bullock Steak & Bar
Modern steakhouse in the center of Stavanger on Skagenkaien, with a view of Vågen. Restaurant over two floors, open kitchen and bar and lounge where you can relax with a good drink. We offer wonderful dishes, drinks, and a cozy atmosphere!