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Beer & Bacalao

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To understand the real culture of a city, you must experience its food culture. A food expert guide will take you on a lovely stroll through the charming streets of Stavanger in search of new food experiences. The stops along the way are hand-picked to present the best of the regions tasty delights.

Norwegians have always been closely connected to the sea and enjoyed what the sea has to offer. The country has become the world’s largest supplier of stockfish, salt cod and clipfish – Norwegians have relied on this for nourishment during long winters and ocean voyages. On this tour,  you will experience a very special recipe of delicious Bacalao, one of many ways to prepare salted cod in Norway. Head to one of the most popular eateries in the very heart of the city center and try a selection of locally produced cheeses together with freshly baked bread from a nearby bakery. The yellow block cheese and the cheese slicer (a Norwegian invention) is pretty much standard in most Norwegian households.

The interest in, and thirst for, craft beer in Norway has skyrocketed. New microbreweries are rapidly entering the scene, and are already collecting international awards. Visit a local gastro pub, carefully selected for their quality brew, history and atmosphere, and receive a selection of tastes from local breweries.

Let our experienced guides take you on a mouth-watering journey that will be the highlight of your Stavanger experience.

Stavanger by localsHaugesund by locals
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2,5 hours
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June, July and August. Can be booked for groups all year.
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From Strandkaien 61, Outside the Tourist Information in Stavanger
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NOK 799,- per person

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