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Trondheim , fjord area, urban area

Guided city walk in Trondheim

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Every Saturday, and daily from 23.6. - 11.8.

Join us for a walk through the streets of Trondheim and sense the city's history that stretches from the Middle Ages to our own high-tech society.  English and Norwegian.

Start from the Tourist Information Office at 13:00.

Adults NOK 170,-, Students/seniors NOK 150,- . Children under 16 free.
NOK 170,-

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  • Sightseeing Sightseeing
  • Guided tours Guided tours

Hours

Where:Turistinformasjonen på Torget
6/23/2014 - 8/17/2014
Mon - Sun
1:00 PM
1/4/2014 - 12/27/2014
Mon - Sun
1:00 PM
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Guided city walk in Trondheim

Every Saturday, and daily from 23.6. - 11.8. Join us for a walk through the streets of Trondheim and sense the city's history that stretches from the...

Guided city walk in Trondheim

Source: Visitnorway

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