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Bakgården Bar & Spiseri

A cosy restaurant right in the city centre of Trondheim. Our specialitie is wine and tapas made with fresh ingredients from local producers. For more...

Trondheim

Ågot Lian Seafood restaurant

Ågot Lian is Trondheim´s new seafood kitchen, located by the market square in Trondheim. We serve genuine, tasty and straightforward seafood in distinc...

Trondheim

Beaches

There are a number of swimming beaches along the Trondheim-fjord, including Munkholmen which is located out in the fjord. The water averages 17c. The...

Trondheim

TGI Fridays

The famous restaurant chain is finally established in Trondhe...

Trondheim

Saint Olav Ways to Trondheim - Seven route suggestions

The Pilgrims’ Way from Oslo to Nidaros is 640 km long. The pilgrimage goes through built-up areas, stunning cultural landscape, narrow valleys, peaceful forests and open mountain terrain. Along the Way you will experience historical places and cultural heritage sites of national importance.

Trondheim

Unforgettable adventures at Trøndelagskysten

Crazy Coyote Events organizes unforgettable experiences on land and sea, combined with exciting dishes and accommodation in exotic surroundings. We cre...

Trondheim

Sabor Tapas & Grill

Sabor Tapas & Grill is an urban restaurant at Bakklandet in Trondheim. Sabor is spanish and means taste and the restaurant's goal is to offer the best...

Trondheim

1897 Restaurant

Our new restaurant concept is 1897 - a fascinating alternative for guests who want something extra. What is 1897? 1897 is a restaurant concept desig...

Trondheim

The Norwegian crown jewels

The King’s crown and the other items that make up the Regalia of Norway are exhibited in the west wing of the Archbishop’s Palace. This priceless histo...

Trondheim

The Archbishop's Palace Museum

In 1983 a big fire burned down two of the large wooden buildings in the Archbishop’s Palace. The Museum was built on the same grounds where these orig...
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