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|Stavanger city centre|
|Stavanger Airport, Sola (SVG): 7 mi from city centre|
Heading to Stavanger? This south-western city is the place to go for hiking and trekking in Norway. Start your Stavanger holiday with cheap flights to Sola/Stavanger Airport (SVG). SAS and British Airways fly from London Heathrow while Norwegian Air Shuttle flies from Gatwick. Ryanair flies from Stansted to nearby Haugesund Airport (HAU).
There's no bad season to visit Stavanger, it really depends on what you want to do while you're there. Summers are cool and winters are mild. The city and surroundings offer plenty to do, no matter the season. Book your flights at least three months in advance for the best fares.
Direct flights to Stavanger take 1 hour 45 minutes from London.
Stavanger is Norway's fourth largest city and one that is steeped in history. Just outside the city are some amazing mountains for hiking and lakes and rivers to explore. A car hire in Stavanger is a must if you hope to get out of the city and explore!
Gamle Stavanger: Old Stavanger in English, this is one of the best preserved old towns in Norway. The small winding streets and wooden houses give visitors a glimpse back at what it must have been like when Stavanger was the canning capital of Norway.
Hiking in Stavanger: Get out of the city and explore! Most trails are marked with a "T" painted on rocks. For longer treks, there are log cabins to use in the mountains.
Solastranden: In summer there's no better place to be than the beach. Solastranden has some small waves, perfect if you want to learn to surf. Climb the sand dunes and discover the defences left from the 1940s occupation.
Find more information on Explore Stavanger.
A standard double room in Stavanger will set you back around NOK 600 but there are more budget options as well. Hotels in Stavanger push prices up in summer but you can find discounts of up to 25% for stays over the weekends or on stays longer than three nights.