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Stavanger Tourism: Best of Stavanger
With about 120,000 people, Stavanger is Norway’s fourth-largest city and a fascinating mix of old and new. Its history stretches back deep into the Middle Ages. Stavanger was once a tranquil coastal market town and then later an important fishing port. But it was the 1969 discovery of oil offshore that forever changed the now bustling city’s fortunes and landscape. Don’t miss the well-preserved old town (Gamle Stavanger), the unique Canning Museum or the 12th-century Stavanger Cathedral.
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- We recommend checking out these popular tours when looking for something to do in Stavanger:
- If you're a more budget-conscious traveler, then you may want to consider traveling to Stavanger between December and February, when hotel prices are generally the lowest. Peak hotel prices generally start between September and November.