Destination Guide: Norway

Stavanger: three options for events

Food with a view, quirky venues and water cruises are just three event options available in Norway's Stavanger region.

[:Vju] Restaurant & Skybar: For food-themed incentives, head to this venue located on the 21st floor of Stavanger's tallest building, the Rica Forum Hotel. The restaurant offers spectacular panoramic views and serves international dishes with a focus on local ingredients, and with a local twist. In the Skybar groups can enjoy a drink with some of the best views in Stavanger. 

Obrestad Lighthouse: For a quirky venue with a difference for small groups, the lighthouse museum can be hired for private functions and also offers accommodation. The building dates back to 1905 and houses exhibitions documenting day-to-day life in the lighthouse. 

Pulpit Rock cruise: For a water-based incentive, groups can take a two-and-a-half-hour cruise along the Lysefjord, taking in sights such as the Pulpit Rock, old mountain farms, waterfalls, goats, seals, idyllic islands and majestic scenery.

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