Gay Oslo really does have something for everyone. Free tea and coffee is available at all hours in the lobby area. There is also an annual gay Pride parade and festival each June! Relax and enjoy the view of the contrasting scenery of south Norway, as the train passes Kristiansand on its wayto Stavanger. Toggling to another language will take you to the matching page or nearest matching page within that selection. Makes sense, then, to share our best tips to make your stay a good one. If you would like to experience the city on a bicycle, the City of Stavanger tourist information booth sells the necessary electronic card for using the city bike system.
The Munch Museum's collection, left to the city of Oslo by the artist, consists of paintings, graphical prints and drawings.
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Surrounded by mountains and sea, this compact, cultured and fun city has a palpable sense of reinvention. Norway is far larger than most people realise. Relaxation options include a sauna. Free tea and coffee is available at all hours in the lobby area. This hike was chosen by Lonely Planet as one of top ten most spectacular viewing points in the world.
Stavanger Train and Bus Station is a 3-minute walk away. Mount Floyen is a gorgeous place to hike and take in the amazing mountain views of the city. Privacy and security policy. Several shops, bars and restaurants can be found in the nearby area. Map of Norway Map. Preikestolen summer hike Discover Preikestolen: Norway was among the first countries in the world to give equal rights to everyone no matter whom they love, and most Norwegians have a liberal attitude towards gay people.