Historic Gamle Stavanger, Norway dates back to the late 18th and early 19th centuries, with its cobblestone streets, craft boutiques and galleries. It’s home to the largest surviving wooden house settlement in northern Europe. Stavanger was my favourite west-coast Norwegian city, the fourth largest in Norway, with a population of about 120,000, it is easy to get around in and offers a host of cultural attractions, including over 30 annual festivals, and the world’s leading street art festival, Nuart, and Scandinavia’s biggest food festival, Gladmat. Nearby are Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) and Lysefjorden. Finally, one cannot visit Stavanger without seeing Norway’s oldest cathedral, dating back to 1125.
Hope you enjoyed this mini cyber tour of Stavanger, Norway. If you go to Norway, I’d highly recommend visiting this lovely city. For more interesting door photos, and/or to share yours, visit Norm 2.0.