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The Norwegian borders are still closed

The Norwegian borders are still closed

for all but Norwegian citizens and foreigners that possess a residence permit or a work permit. Travel advice for leisure travel from the Nordic countries will be updated by June 15th and by July 20th for other nearby European countries.

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Due to the corona crisis, some events will not take place, or they are postponed to a new date. Be on the lookout for alternative, digital events :) 

This Month

BAROLO III (71 feet) up to 12 guest & MARQUIS (44 feet) up to 8 guest “ just a call away”

Cruise to the Lysefjord & Preikestolen from private yacht

Openings

Strandkaien

24th February 2020-22nd December 2020
In the clouds.

In the clouds

Openings

Stavanger kunstmuseum

20th March 2020-20th September 2020
Guided kayak tour around Jørpeland

Guided kayak tour around Jørpeland

Openings

Guided kayak tour from Jørpeland

1st April 2020-31st October 2020

Guided kayak tour from Jørpeland

1st July 2020-31st August 2020
Landa Park

Activities and cafè at Landa Park

Openings

Landa Park

15th May 2020-1st September 2020
VR

Viking House - the first King - VR experience

Openings

Viking House

23rd May 2020-29th August 2020
Tourist car ferry on the Lysefjord

Tourist car ferry at Lysefjorden

Openings

Forsand - Lysebotn

28th May 2020-23rd August 2020

Lysebotn - Forsand

28th May 2020-23rd August 2020
Stavanger City Walk with guide

Stavanger City Walk with guide

Openings

Meeting point: Outside Tourist Information in Stavanger

1st June 2020-31st August 2020
Lykkeland

Lykkeland

Openings

Season

2nd June 2020-29th August 2020
Stavanger Food Walk

Stavanger Food Walk

Openings

Meeting point: Strandkaien 61 - outside the Tourist Information in Stavanger

11th June 2020-30th September 2020

What's on

Preikestolen hiking

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.

Region Stavanger
Org.no.: 986517138

Vågsgt. 22
4306 Sandnes

+47 51 85 92 00

info@regionstavanger.com



Reisemål Ryfylke
Org.no.: 974906430

Ryfylkevegen 7040
4130 Hjelmeland

+47 982 19 975

info@ryfylke.com

The local tourist offices can give you good and useful information.