Stavanger Ferry Port
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Coronavirus ferry travel advice
Please note that the information provided is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time we have received the same information from the Ferry Operators. The situation is changing rapidly and we will try to keep the website updated as soon as we receive updates from the ferry companies.
Currently it is not possible to book a cheap ferry to the port of Stavanger with ferrysavers.com, we are working hard to have them available to book soon.
However, with ferrysavers.com you can find cheap ferry deals from the Norwegian ports of Kristiansand, Larvick and Oslo, and can compare prices of ferries between Norway and Denmark using our real-time comparison engine above, where you can search by route, time and operator to find your perfect bargain ferry crossing.
Situated on Norway's south-western coast, Stavanger is known as the oil capital of Norway. The port is in the centre of the city, handily located near many of the shops and restaurants, and home to a major fishing industry. Stavanger is one of Norway's most cosmopolitan cities, and has an exciting mix of medieval charm and modern entertainments.
Many visitors are charmed by the beautiful 'Old Stavanger', with the picturesque harbour at the centre and the cobbled streets and 173 small, colourful wooden buildings around it that have been listed and fully restored. Stavanger's appeal is also thanks to its atmosphere. Most nights the waterfront becomes a vibrant place, and Stavanger has never lost its small-town, friendly feel. The region is open and its people are inclusive towards each other; such qualities as tolerance, freedom of speech and hospitality are highly regarded in Stavanger, making it a melting pot where traditions, history and impulses from the whole world mix together. This is one of the reasons it was the joint European Capital of Culture for 2008.
Utenriksterminalen (Risavika Port), Kontinental Vien 31, N-4056 Tananger, Norway