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All year long, this street keeps the heartbeat of Stavanger. Each bar is a little different and the connecting streets have plenty of shopping opportunities and art performances. It’s always evolving so keep checking back and discover new things.
Really quite special little street with a handful of non-chain small cafes and bars, very colorful and nice place for a cup of coffee/tea, handmade chocolate or a little lunch.
Best in earlt summer and sunny weather for outdoor sitting.
This street was reborn when someone got the idea to paint all the buildings in bright colors. OvreHolmegate is now lined with shops, restaurants, and bars. There is even a mural there from the guy who ultimately went to Facebook to paint murals and was...More
Must be great when it gets lively in the evening. It was early morning when I went there and the street was totally empty. So different from the other side of the harbour. The only word that comes to mind to describe it is peculiar,...More
From a boring place it is turning into a picturesque neighborhood. Colorful buildings and coffee shops and trendy restaurants. While walking around it’s nice to visit this small neighborhood especially on such a sunny day like today
Ovre Holmegate has within some few years changed from being a boring street with some shops, up to a very popular street with lotsa pubs. A lot of different colours on the buildings, has changed the name to "the colour street", though the official adress...More
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Hi! The street is literally not even a 5 minute walk from where the cruise ships usually come into so you'll be fine! The city centre is close together, either look it up onine before you go or ask someone for directions but... More
Hi! The street is literally not even a 5 minute walk from where the cruise ships usually come into so you'll be fine! The city centre is close together, either look it up onine before you go or ask someone for directions but it's super easy to find, even if you forget the name everyone should know what you mean by 'the colourful street'! :)