Color street in Stavanger City
One of the most colorful streets of Norway? Well find out for yourself. Shopping and plenty of places for coffee and drinks too. The street is one of Stavanger’s most photographed landmarks, lined with cafes, boutiques and restaurants. Locals call the street Fargegata (the street of colours). The street was further closed for car traffic in 2005, and it has since been a pedestrian street with life and vibrance. Cafes, bars and shops established over the years, providing a draw for the visitors. In Fargegata, you get to act like a typical tourist with your selfie stick if you please; the street is probably one of the most Instagram-friendly places in Stavanger. You can sit down and just enjoy life at one of the cosy, pleasant cafes or bars. Text: VisitStavanger.com
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