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Loganair’s Late Summer Sale: Your Guide to Stavanger, Norway

There’s no better time than now to book your holidays to Stavanger, Norway as Loganair’s Late Summer Sale is here

Just a quick hour and 20-minute flight from Newcastle will land you in one of Norway’s largest, most attractive cities, Stavanger. Known for its food culture, Stavanger is home to the biggest food festival in Scandinavia, attracting 200,000 people to the Stavanger Gladmat each year. The wide food culture and beautiful fjords, islands and lakes are sure to make the perfect getaway year-round.

Fly direct to Stavanger from Newcastle with Loganair every Monday, Thursday, and Friday.

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Stavanger, Norway – Top Attractions

Scenic Fjord Cruise

A beautiful 3.5-hour cruise on a silent electric boat will take you through the best scenery Stavanger has to offer. Travel along the Lysefjord, past the Vagabond’s Cave and get close enough to the waterfalls to feel the spray on your face.

This round tour will take you to one of the most famous landmarks in the area, the towering rock formation, Preikstolen. Fully complete with an audio guide, this tour is everything you need to enjoy the Norwegian landscapes to the max.

City Sightseeing Tour

This hop-on, hop-off bus stops at 12 locations throughout Stavanger, dropping you on the doorstep of many fabulous attractions. Stop off and immerse yourself in the culture of Stavanger by visiting the Petroleum Museum, Stavanger Museum and the Cathedral.

Enjoy the views of Stavanger’s mountains and white beaches from the open-top double-decker bus. This attraction is perfect for seeing the city at your own pace, allowing you the whole day to hop on and off so you can spend as much time as you would like exploring.

Stavanger Kunstmuseum

The Stavanger Kunstmuseum is a fine arts museum showcasing a collection of Norwegian art from the 19th century onwards. This culturally immersive experience is a national centre for art in this time period, particularly featuring Lars Hertevig’s (1830-1902) famously powerful landscapes.

Situated just 3km from the city centre, this museum is located in the park surrounding Lake Mosvatnet. Making it a must-see on your trip to Stavanger.

Old Stavanger

Old Stavanger is filled with 173 classic white, wooden cottages from the 18th century. This village represents many styles. Including Art Nouveau, empire and functionalism, making it both an attractive and a historically interesting place to visit.

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Places to Eat

Surrounded by water, Stavanger is well known for its seafood. Visit the Fish Market restaurant for a cosy and friendly atmosphere with a professionally drawn-up wine menu, all of which can be enjoyed from an outdoor seating area. Alternatively, restaurants such as Tango Restaurant or Gaffel & Karaffel offer an intimate feel with high-quality food, making a visit worthwhile. 


If you wish to enjoy the fantastic views that Stavanger has to offer by foot, many hiking trails will take you to viewpoints all around the city. Particularly notable is the hike to Dalsnuten, suitable for all the family year-round with stunning views at the top.

Dalsnuten is available to reach through a variety of trails. Perfect for everyone, whether looking for a hike or just a short walk.

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