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We walked along this waterfront area on a lovely sunny September day. Sunny days are a rarity in this part of Norway. To one side you see lots of fishing and pleasure boats and to the other the awning-ed fronts of restaurants. It would be...More
Interesting water front stores and shops that maintain the historic appearance of the old town of Stavanger.
The old wooden structures provide a good focal point and a positive first impression of the town as cruise ships arrive in port.
We had actually taken pictures...More
Attention, visitors to Stavanger: there are few streets to walk that don't lead to (1) the marina, (2) old town, (3) the town square, (4) the harbor, or (5) up to the old watch tower. This isn't a big town and the walking areas reflect...More
This square is just at the head of the port where many of the cruise liners are moored. It is the centre where all the main streets of this quaint seaside townlead off with its shops, cafes,bars and restaurant, it also has access to the...More