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Riding a Segway is a fun and easy way of getting oriented in a city. Together with an authorized Segway guide we glide smoothly through the streets of Stavanger.

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Admire the Stavanger Cathedral, built of stone in 1125 AD. This is one of the few Cathedrals in Scandinavia that kept its original design. Get charmed by the cobblestone streets in Stavanger Old Town consisting of more than 170 white wooden houses.

Remember to look around as you pass the greatest attractions. Roll past the Canning Museum and the Norwegian Petroleum Museum, which represent two of Norway’s most important oil periods. To get a real feel of the urban city life, continue through the colorful street where all the houses are painted in different colors. Here is a line of many exciting shops and charming cafes – a popular area among the locals.

This is an exiting way of getting around and perfect for travelers on a tight schedule. Before you start a thorough review of the vehicle will be given. Everyone can join and have a blast on our Segway tour! Join this fun glide and experience the most exiting areas in the city. Photo stops included.

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Stavanger harbour

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Stavanger Cathedral. Built in 1125 AD

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Stavanger city center

Foto: Stavanger Sentrum/Fredrik Bornø Haukebøe

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Lets roll!

Breiavannet - a cozy lake in the city center

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Stavanger Cathedral

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Øvre Holmegate - also known as "the colourful street"

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The most urban street in Stavanger

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Here you'll find several cozy, unique cafés and bars

Foto: Fargegaten

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Photo: Fargegaten

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Here you can enjoy a refreshment or two after your Segway tour

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We will make a few photo stops along the way

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Old Stavanger. Another colourful place during summer

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Old Stavanger consists of more than 170 white wooden houses

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Stavanger has received several awards for its efforts to preserve Old Stavanger

Stavanger shore excursions

Old Stavanger is a popular living area and many galleries and handicrafts' boutiques are located here

Photo: Eduardo Grund/Region Stavanger

In this area you'll also find Norwegian Canning Museum and Stavanger Maritime Museum

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The Norwegian Petroleum Museum

Photo: Norsk Oljemuseum/Espen Gronli

This treasure of the sea has become the backbone of the modern Norwegian welfare state

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The Norwegian Petroleum Museum

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Traces of NuArt festival. Beautiful street art can be found all over the city

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Breiavannet - Stavanger radiant eye

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A popular place for lazy summer days

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Cathedral square

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  • Foto: Stavanger Sentrum/Fredrik Bornø Haukebøe
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  • Photo: CH/Visitnorway.com
  • Foto: Fargegaten
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  • Photo: Fargegaten
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  • Photo: Stavanger sentrum
  • Photo: Fargegaten
  • Poto: SegwayNorge
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  • Stavanger shore excursions
  • Photo: Eduardo Grund/Region Stavanger
  • Photo: CH/visitnorway.com
  • Photo: Norsk Oljemuseum/Espen Gronli
  • Photo: Norsk Oljemuseum/Espen Gronli
  • Photo: Visitnorway.com/CH
  • Photo: CH/visitnorway.com
  • Photo: InStavanger
  • Photo: InStavanger
  • Photo: InStavanger
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