Langgata Shopping Area, Sandnes
Sandnes is a charming little town and Langgata is indeed a long street - full of good shops and without any traffic along it - even bikes are banned! Here you will find some of the best shops in the region, but it is also good just to stroll along, have a coffee or lunch and people-watch.
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This is a vibrant shopping street
on a Saturday morning, much quieter on weekdays. Check opening times,
especially at weekends if you are seriously wanting to buy some gifts
to take home. You may be disappointed at the short shopping hours here
in Norway. Don't miss all the shops hidden up and down the little side
You may also be interested in visiting the modern indoor Vagen shopping centre on the other side (east) of the railway line.
Kartblad 1212IV Stavanger, 117 283
Drive south from Stavanger on E39 and either take exit for Sandnes North to approach along the fjord or take the next exit for Sandnes on E509 for quicker route into the centre of town.
Local bus from Stavanger Sentrum to Sandnes Sentrum bus terminal and two minutes on foot.
Local train from Stavanger to Sandnes Sentrum and two minutes on foot.
Distance from Stavanger: 15km
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Travel time from Stavanger:
25 minutes by car 11 minutes by train 50 minutes by bus
Duration of the visit:
One hour or more
Shopping is boring, but there are some sculptures to climb on
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