Stavanger Flights GuideStavanger is located on the Stavanger Peninsula on the southwest coast of Norway. Stavanger is known as Norway's Oil City for oil exploration in the North Sea for decades. Some of Stavanger's attractions are Norsk Oljemuseum, Canning Museum, Gamle Stavanger, Stavanger Museum, Stavanger Domkirke, Stavanger Maritime Museum, Stavanger Kunstmuseum, Stavanger Bymuseum, Lysefjord, Sola Beach, and Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock).
Stavanger offers nonstop flights to Oslo, Trondheim, and Floro.You can also take the train to Oslo, Trondheim, and Kristiansand
Stavanger is a 3-hour drive from Bergen, 3.5-hour drive from Kristiansand, 6-hour drive from Sandefjord, and a 29-hour drive from Tromso.Stavanger has a windy climate. Summers are comfortable but relatively cool compare to inland regions. Winters are cold but daytime averages are above freezing. Stavanger's wettest season is from September to November. The rest of the year sees a decent amount of rain too. Sunshine hours are the highest in May and June and the lowest in December.The best time to visit Stavanger is from May to September. It is the warmest time of the year and with the most sunshine. The Gladmat Food Festival, Scandinavia's biggest food festival, usually occurs over 4 days in July.
Fly to Stavanger from these popular routes with great prices.
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