Trondheim’s tourist information office is centrally located at Nordre gate 11. Stop by for help to plan and arrange your trip in Trondheim and the wider Trøndelag region. Where can you dine, where do you want to stay and what do you want to do during your visit to the city? Are there any concerts, theatrical performances or other events on during your visit?
You will find both staff and terminals that can help you to find what you need to get the best out of your stay. The peak summer season is the busiest time and during this period there are extra staff on deck who can speak a range of languages.
Throughout downtown Trondheim you will find bike stands with city bikes that you may borrow. You can borrow a bike for up to three hours at a time before you may return it to any stand, preferably a different one than where you picked up the city bike. In order to borrow city bikes, you need to register and get an annual subscription, which costs NOK 120.
If you are only visiting the city for a few days, you may hire a city bike card at the tourist information office for a flat daily fee.
In addition to providing advice, the tourist information office sells a wide range of excellent souvenirs. The souvenirs range from Trondheim-related decorations through to quality articles for everyday use. Many of the items on sale are produced locally, including a small selection of local food products.
You can also buy the Midtbykortet, an electronic gift voucher that may be redeemed at more than 250 shops in the city centre or buy tickets to events through the Billettservice system.
If you want to join a guided city walk, the tourist information office is the place to buy your ticket.
While at the tourist information office, you can make use of the free Wi-Fi. Use the interactive maps featuring highlights from all over Trøndelag to compile your own little travel brochure, which you can send to your email address.
In addition to the interactive maps, you will find a wall featuring travel brochures from all over the country.
From the summer of 2016 guided tours of Trondheim city centre by Segway will also be offered from the tourist information office. Stay tuned for more information.
Trondheim is the first city in the world with a lift specifically designed for cyclists.