Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • Announcement:
  • Recent Spam Attacks
    by mkataoka Fodor's Editor | Posted on Nov 28, 16 at 01:31 PM
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 New Law Regarding Vacation Rentals in Paris
  2. 2 Budapest in December 2017
  3. 3 Another tipping question: concierges
  4. 4 Which airport for Bellagio?
  5. 5 4+ days in Lisbon over NYE, should we visit Sintra?
  6. 6 Barcelona - How much Gaudi?
  7. 7 Ireland in April-Day trips from Galway base
  8. 8 London: Flaming June and Pirates of Penzeance!
  9. 9 Korean Messages
  10. 10 Mon Dieu! The Cops Are After Me
  11. 11 Urgent- Pleaseee HELP - Spain, Italy or France for Xmass and New years
  12. 12 Bernese Oberland + Luzern 4 days
  13. 13 Boston to Le Marche - which airport?
  14. 14 Places to visit during a semester in Spain
  15. 15 H10 Urquinaona Hotel in Barcelona
  16. 16 Venice, Florence - too many museums.
  17. 17 Acropolis Athens
  18. 18 5 Days in Switzerland
  19. 19 6-7 Days in France
  20. 20 Trip Report Ger's Trip to Rome & Bologna
  21. 21 Trip Report We're here!
  22. 22 Input on Itinerary for Visit to Bavaria and Austria Fall 2017
  23. 23 Getting to Bolivia
  24. 24 Dresden: How Many Nights?
  25. 25 Rental Car for Day Trip from Antalya to Pamukkale/Hierapolis?
View next 25 » Back to the top

Can I trust Stavanger-Pulpit Rock ferry/bus timetables?????

Jump to last reply

I am on an upcoming cruise, which is stopping in Stavanger for nine hours (eight and a half hours passenger time off ship). Based on the ferry/bus schedules, I can in theory attempt to go up to Pulpit Rock, with 4:45 on foot for the roundtrip hike (I am experienced and energetic). That would put me back in Stavanger 40 minutes before “all aboard”.

My concern is the consistency of the ferries and buses to be on schedule. (IF this trip depended on regional jets flying through Newark, I’d forget about it instantly. High probability of delays. If it depended on Swiss trains, I’d feel comfortable.)

Can I trust the schedules to be followed “like clockwork”?

Thanks

Advertisement