Guidebook for Stavanger

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Guidebook for Stavanger

Food Scene
Lovely place with a big park in front of the outdoor space, where everyone can enjoy delicious organic meals!
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Matmagasinet
1 Eiganesveien
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Lovely place with a big park in front of the outdoor space, where everyone can enjoy delicious organic meals!
small and sweet ecological bakery situated at the corner between Eiganesveien and Løwolds gate, with delicious bread and other bakery goods. They sell very good juices as well (the hylleblomst juice is my favorite!) / They make good sandwiches to take away or eat there.
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Godt brød Eiganes
9 Eiganesveien
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small and sweet ecological bakery situated at the corner between Eiganesveien and Løwolds gate, with delicious bread and other bakery goods. They sell very good juices as well (the hylleblomst juice is my favorite!) / They make good sandwiches to take away or eat there.
Parks & Nature
Stunning view from the top. If you like hiking this is a must if you are in Stavanger. Be aware that you need to have a car or take a combination of bus+ferry to get there from the city centre. Our house is located at about 15 minutes walk from the ferry that brings to prekestolen (the pulpit rock), if you don't have a car. The hike is easy and takes about 3 hours in total. In the summer you can bring a swimming suite and jump on the nice lakes that are half way to the top, to chill out before you reach the top or on the way back. Remember to always check the weather forecast before starting the trip, as the weather in Norway changes very fast. Path is exposed at the top.
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Preikestolen Fjellstue
521 Preikestolvegen
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Stunning view from the top. If you like hiking this is a must if you are in Stavanger. Be aware that you need to have a car or take a combination of bus+ferry to get there from the city centre. Our house is located at about 15 minutes walk from the ferry that brings to prekestolen (the pulpit rock), if you don't have a car. The hike is easy and takes about 3 hours in total. In the summer you can bring a swimming suite and jump on the nice lakes that are half way to the top, to chill out before you reach the top or on the way back. Remember to always check the weather forecast before starting the trip, as the weather in Norway changes very fast. Path is exposed at the top.