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Trondheim

Norway's capital of technology is a lively and historical university town, and home to the famous Nidaros Cathedral.

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Kristiansten Fortress

Kristiansten Fortress towers above Trondheim city centre, and is one of the most popular recreational areas in town. The view from here is great.

Attractions in Trondheim

Nidaros Cathedral is the most important of the many historical attractions in Trondheim.

TripAdvisor forum on Trondheim

Read tips about Norwegian destinations from other travelers on the TripAdvisor forums. Ask for advice, and share your own experiences in turn.

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Trondheim – the cultural city

The city plays host to different festivals throughout the year. The annual «Olavsfestdagene» is Norway’s biggest church and culture festival.

Guide service

Get to know the historical and cultural heritage of Trondheim and visit some of the less known attractions Trondheim has to offer. Join a guided tour.

Museums in Trondheim

Trondheim has a wide variety of museums. Enjoy classical music at Ringve. You find science, art, history and rock at other museums in Trondheim.

Restaurants in Trondheim

There are plenty good restaurants in Trondheim. The proximity to the sea makes the distance short to find great fish and shellfish experiences.

The Old Town Bridge «Gamle Bybro»

The Old Town Bridge has become a symbol of Trondheim and connects the two banks of the river Nidelven – the city centre and Bakklandet.

Bakklandet

When you leave the city centre («Midtbyen») and cross the Old Town Bridge, you arrive in Bakklandet – a picturesque and popular part of Trondheim.

Skansen railway bridge

Trains from Røros and Oslo cross the preserved Skansen railway bridge just before arriving at Trondheim Central Station.

Munkholmen island

A small islet in the Trondheim fjord. In summertime, many find their way there to relax, visit the café, swim or learn about the exciting history.

The wharfs in Trondheim

Along the mouth of the river Nidelven in Trondheim you will find the traditional fishermen wharfs with storage space, quays and docking facilities.

Welcome to the historical capital of Norway

The city of Trondheim is more than one thousand years old. The majestic Nidarosdomen Cathedral, makes Trondheim Norway's foremost pilgrimage site.

Getting to Trondheim and around

Trondheim is situated in Trøndelag and is easily accessible from all parts of the country.

What to do in Trondheim

Experience the outdoor and historical theatre St. Olav Drama at Stiklestad to learn about Norwegian history.

Key facts about Trondheim

Trondheim is the third largest city in Norway, with 176,000 inhabitants. It is a lively university city and Norway's capital of technology.

Where to stay in Trondheim

Trondheim has about 20 hotels with approximately 2,500 rooms.

Shopping in Trondheim

Trondheim has a small and intimate city centre with designer shops and large department stores.

Dining in Trondheim

There are many restaurants, pubs and bars in Trondheim. Most are located in the city centre, at Bakklandet or at Solsiden.

Tourist information in Trondheim

The tourist information office in central Trondheim is easy to find in the main shopping street, Nordre gate. Here you will also find a souvenir shop.

The Pilgrims' Route to Trondheim

The old Pilgrims' Route between Oslo and Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim was reopened the summer of 1997.
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