Visit Stavanger with the possibility to go on an optional excursion to the famous Pulpit Rock located by the Lysefjord. Travel from Stavanger by bus along the western coastline to Bergen, the gateway to the fjords. This tour can be used as an extension to other tours starting/ending in Bergen.
2018 Early booking discount
Looking to travel in 2018?
We are currently offering an early booking discount for our independent short breaks; 2017 price for travel in 2018. This offer is valid until the 2018 prices have been updated on our website. The offer can not be combined with any other discounts, nor is it applicable for any additional add-ons bookable for this tour.
Arrival in Stavanger according to your own itinerary. Stavanger, Norway’s fourth largest city, has a fine collection of gabled houses, cobblestone streets, winding alleys and busy markets. One of Stavanger’s highlights is the Old Town (Gamle Stavanger), with well-preserved early 18th-century whitewashed wooden houses. Day at own leisure. We recommend a visit to the Norwegian Petroleum Museum. Accommodation in Stavanger.
Breakfast at the hotel. This day is at your own leisure and gives you the perfect opportunity to explore the Stavanger region at your own pace. We recommend taking one of the optional excursions to the Pulpit Rock which is the most recognized natural attraction in Norway (see add-ons for details). Accommodation in Stavanger.
Breakfast at the hotel. Morning departure by bus along the western coastline including two ferry crossing. Arrival in Bergen after about 5 hours. Bergen is Norway’s second largest city and the world’s only city surrounded by 7 mountains and 7 fjords. Bergen is with good reason called the Gateway to the Fjords due to its close proximity to the Norwegian fjords. This makes the city the perfect starting point for exploring the fjord region. Accommodation in Bergen.
Breakfast at the hotel. Departure from Bergen according to your own itinerary.