There is also a variety of shoe shops. If you prefer shopping for handbags, jewellery or accessories, you will also have several shops to choose from.
In addition to the small, more unique shops, the city centre has four shopping centres.
Trondheim also offers interior shops suiting any style – as well as shops specialising in photography, sports, watches, books, music, hardware, souvenirs and so on.
If you walk across the pedestrian bridge "Verftsbrua", you enter the Solsiden area, Trondheim's most modern part of town. Here you find a large shopping centre, several cafés and restaurants and many exciting niche shops.
Walk across "Gamle Bybro" (the old town bridge) to the lively neighbourhood of Bakklandet. Here you will find old wooden houses painted in different colours and containing everything from cafés and art galleries to antique shops and local designers selling their collections.
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