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4001, Stavanger, Norway
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Street Art in Stavanger, it’s a very nice place but expensive. Would like to visit again. I loved the street art.

Thank Ashley J
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We visited the old city of Stavanger. The roads are narrow and cobblestoned streets. The wooden houses look great with lots of flowers. In that part you can also visit a canning factory. It was lovely to walk there on this beautiful sunny day

Thank Karen S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Old Stavanger is only a few streets but it is very nice to walk there and you do get a feeling of how Stavanger used to be.

Thank sosthen
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Located just across from the port at Stavanger, this historic district is home to many beautiful Norwegian homes that were almost lost in the 50s and 60s urban renewal programs that also struck the United States. Luckily, a local architect petitioned to save the buildings...More

Thank voyager81
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Walked round this old town a few times whilst in Stavanger 🇳🇴 opposite our cruise ship and what a beautiful place! The houses are so pretty and well taken care off! Lots of tourists here not sure if the locals get fed up but was...More

Thank Toyah1
Reviewed 4 days ago

Nice place with feeling. Recommend to visit Norwegian Canning Museum and Maritim Museum - if you visit museums in the same day, you pay for all museums one ticket -95 NOK.

Thank Andina R
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We enjoyed a very relaxing and interesting walk around the old town area of Stavanger with its beautiful houses, cobbled streets and window boxes. Great pride is shown by the residents and it’s a pleasure to wander by enjoying their efforts. Recommended for young and...More

Thank Michelle2320
Reviewed 5 days ago

A romantic city with amazing view of nature, really enjoy visit this city definitely come back next year

Thank Agus S
Reviewed 6 days ago

Cute, quaint and a bit boring. But unless you go out to hike in this area, the city isn't exactly an attraction.

Thank Sofia D
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Not a full day program. You can walk around and see the whole old town in 2 hours but it worth it. Nice restaurants, small harbor etc

Thank gabriel19820331
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missmo52
20 June 2018|
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Response from lovetheunexpected | Reviewed this property |
Hi our ship docked alongside the old stavanger area so not very far. The paths are hilly with steps at the end so you will need to turn back & retrace your path I think. Not a problem because there is plenty to see. The... More
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3 April 2018|
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Response from apellicerf | Reviewed this property |
Hi, in general Norweguan Supermarkets are Closed on Sundays. However, in large cities like Stavanger, there is always some of the big supermarkets (Rema1000 or Kiwi) open on sunday morning (until 13:00 generally). They are... More
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Matt C
28 June 2017|
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Response from Paul S | Reviewed this property |
Hallo Matt. Stavanger Old Town is in the middle of Stavanger itself. It is easily visible because it is perched on a hilltop looking over the harbour. If you get lost, ask anyone. It will not be more than a 7 minute walk or... More
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