Welcome to the Itinerary Planner. Use this tool to build your own journey or choose from an exciting range of specially selected tours.
To build your own Itinerary, click to add an item to your Itinerary basket.
In the Stavanger & Ryfylke regions, there will always be an event that will catch your interest. More than 30 large events and festivals take place every year; to mention some; the biggest food festival in Europe, Gladmat, the Tomato festival, fishing festivals, the Maijazz festival, Jærnåttå & Jærdagen, the International Chamber Music festival, in addition, there are large sporting events such as Tour des Fjords, Norway Chess, Wings for life world run, Ski festival Blink, Nordsjørittet, Sirdal Ski Marathon and Stavanger Marathon. The list goes on and on.
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Stavanger and Sandnes were chosen European capital of culture in 2008, a testament to both cities’ wide-ranging and rich cultural life. As a visitor, you can choose among cultural delights such as museums, street art tours, galleries, a pioneering musical environment, cabarets and theatre shows. World famous artists have given fantastic concerts in the iconic building Stavanger Concert Hall beautifully located in the harbour of Stavanger. The what’s on calendar gives you the complete list of events in the Stavanger & Ryfylke regions at all times.
Fjord Norway - You have to be here to believe it! Pulpit Rock (or Preikestolen in Norwegian) at Lysefjorden, Ryfylke near Stavanger, is one of the great tourist attractions in Norway. Over 130,000 people take the trip out to the breath-taking mountain ledge every year. Combine your trip to the Pulpit Rock with a boat trip on Lysefjorden to make your holiday extra special. The return trip is about 6 kilometres long and takes about 4 hours. season: May-October.