Stavanger domkirke was built between 1100 and 1150 by the English bishop Reinald in Anglo-Norman style, and in the late 13th century a new choir was added in Gothic style, with a vaulted roof. The cathedral is the only Norwegian cathedral that is almost unchanged since the 14th century.
Old Stavanger (Gamle Stavanger) is located right next to the city center and has a collection of 18th- and 19th-century wooden structures. It is small and intimate, with narrow streets and open spaces protected from car traffic with the unique calm and beauty.
Norwegian Petroleum Museum is a unique structure. Seen from the sea, the museum looks like a small oil platform. The museum focuses on offshore petroleum activity, especially in the North Sea. The museum displays objects, films, photographs and other materials that have been collected that document Norwegian oil and gas activities.
Private English-speaking tour guide (3 hrs)
- Meals / snacks
- Drinks / coffee break
- Admissions / donations
- Tips / Gratuity
IMPORTANT: NO refunds for late passengers
The is a surcharge forSpanish, German, French and other languages guides as $ 200 USD per group