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Getting to Trondheim and around

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

By air

The main international airport is no more than 30 kilometres away from the city centre. In addition to frequent domestic departures and arrivals with the airlines SASNorwegian and WideroeTrondheim Airport Værnes also has direct flights from Stockholm, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, London (Stansted), Prague, Murcia, Alicante, Berlin, Barcelona, Tallinn and more.

By train

Do you prefer to travel by train? The Norwegian State Railways (NSB) has trains from Bodø in the north to Kristiansand in the south. "Nabotåget" departs twice a day from Östersund in Sweden to Trondheim.

By ship

If you want to travel along the coast, you may experience "the world's most beautiful voyage" aboard Hurtigruten. The ship follows the coast from Bergen in the south to Kirkenes in the north, and offers a great opportunity to experience the Norwegian coast from the sea. Whether you wish to travel in summer or winter, both the north- and southbound ships call in Trondheim daily year round.

Kystekspressen - the coastal express, runs between Kristiansund and Trondheim three times daily.

There are express passenger boat services from Trondheim to Vanvikan in Fosen, departing about once an hour. From Flak, approximately 10 kilometres west of the city centre, there are frequent car ferry crossings to Fosen.

Bus service

Trondheim has a well-developed public transport system, and most of those who work in the city centre catch the bus to work. At the AtB  customer service centre you can buy tickets and t:cards (smart cards for public transport), and get information about schedules and help with other questions regarding public transport in Trondheim and Sør-Trøndelag. Ticket machines have also been deployed at several locations in the centre, and you can also book your trip using your mobile phone.

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AtB buses take you around the Trondheim area in Norway - Photo: AtB

Getting to Trondheim and around

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

Getting to Trondheim and around

Source: Visitnorway

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