Stavanger, a classic Norwegian city, has narrow streets of colorful homes that are incredibly welcoming in summer and become quaint and cozy in winter. With access to some of the most tremendous fjords in the country, Stavanger is quickly rising on many people’s bucket lists.
Likely the biggest draw to Stavanger is Preikestolen. Preikestolen is a geological feature that juts out from a shear cliff face to offer adrenaline-inducing views of the gorgeous fjords below. Sverd i Fjell is one of the most unique monuments in the world. Those who get the chance to see it will find three massive swords standing in the ground high on a hill.
In town, Stavanger is a mix of old and new, as its cathedral was built in the 10th century, while buildings like the Norwegian Petroleum Museum on the waterfront is a striking example of modern architecture.
Those who are willing to brave the winter will be rewarded with snow-covered sites that most tourists never see.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Stavanger. The warmest months in Stavanger are June and July, when temperatures reach 90 ˚F. The coolest month is February, when temperatures drop to 22 ˚F. The wettest month in Stavanger is January with 17.98 inches of rain, while the driest month is November with 3.31 inches of rain.
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