2015 Honeynet Project Workshop
18-20 May 2015 | Stavanger Norway
Here you can find some of the most popular trips and activities around Stavanger Region, for more informations please visit www.regionstavanger.com.
Fjord Cruise on the Lysefjord
Experience one of Norway’s most breath-taking fjords. The Lysefjord is the host to one of Norway’s most spectacular natural wonders; the Pulpit Rock, a rock formation 597 meters above sea level. The fjord is 42 kilometers long with steep mountainsides reaching heights of 1100 meters. Cruising back to Stavanger you will have great views of the city.
Hike to the Pulpit Rock
This breathtaking scenic point, hanging 600 meters above the Lysefjord, is chosen by Lonely Planet as one of the top ten most spectacular viewing points in the world, will mesmerize you! The plateau is approximately 25 x 25 metre offering spectacular views.
Unique in the world, experience the wild fish in their natural element. You’ll learn how to float with the current. Once in the water, the current takes you down the river; some parts are so shallow that you almost have to squeeze past the flat stones on the riverbed, while other parts are more than 12 meters deep with crystal clear waters.
City walk in the old Stavanger
Old Stavanger comprises 173 wooden buildings from the turn of the 18th century. Most of them are small, white cottages. Stavanger has received several awards for its efforts to preserve Old Stavanger. Many galleries and handicrafts' boutiques are located in this section of town.
Walk the 4444 steps to the old Flørli powerstation
Get to know the story behind the hydroelectric power station, the water pipes feeding the station and the 4444 steps built along the water pipes, supposedly the longest wooden steps in the world.
Discover the fjords by helicopter. Enjoy the spectacular view of the Lysefjord. With Norway’s famous fjords and mountains below the experience of a helicopter ride is breathtaking. See amongst other things the majestic Pulpit Rock in the Lysefjord.
Hanging in a 350 meter long steel wire you slide high above cliffs, treetops and through the woods with a view to Stavanger, The Preikestolen Cabin, the f
jords and the hills around. Join in!
Norway in a Nutshell-tour®
Norway in a Nutshell-tour® is the most popular round trip in Norway which departs every day all year around. The trip takes you through some of Norway’s most beautiful fjord scenery on a 2-3 day journey. Price: € 120 from Bergen or € 280 from Oslo.
Norway’s capital city is an easy-going city with a perfect size for exploring by foot. The city has a rapidly growing café and bar culture, and wide selection of restaurants and nightlife activities. Oslo is one of Europe’s largest capitals in terms of area but smallest population wise, yet it is the largest city in Norway. The city has an architectural mix of old and new, and the Vigeland Sculpture Park, the Munch Museum, Holmenkollen and the Nobel Peace Centre are just some of the internationally known attractions.
Visit Norway’s second largest city which is surrounded by seven mountains and seven fjords. Like Stavanger, the harbor area is Bergen’s centerpiece and on UNESCO World Heritage list. Make sure you ride the Fløibanen Funicular to the top (320m) and get an unforgettable view of the city.