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Read more: Café Ni Muser Photo: Visit Trondheim

Trondheim

Café Ni Muser

Art café with a unique atmosphere. Here you can enjoy a good meal and excellent art. Big backyard which is nice when the sun is shining! Movie theatre...
Read more: Kafe Skuret Photo: Sven-Erik Knoff

Trondheim

Kafe Skuret

Open from mid April to end of September. Weekdays from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Friday & Saturday 11:00 to 2:00 Quiz every Tuesday at 19 For booking...
Read more: Havfruen

Trondheim

Havfruen

Those who love seafood will be delighted with Havfruen, Trondheim's styling leading fish restaurant. The menu features a rich selection of fish and...
Read more: Lian Restaurant

Trondheim

Lian Restaurant

With its beautiful fjords, flat villages, mountains and deep forests, we can mention Trøndelag as "Norway in miniature". The chefs at Lian Restaurant...
Main course: 130,- - 275,-
Read more: The Monk's Island Photo: Monica Selnes

Trondheim

The Monk's Island

Trondheim's execution ground in ancient times. Benedictine monks built a monastery on the island very early in the 11th century, probably one of the...
Read more: Lille-Skansen AS Photo: Lille Skansen

Trondheim

Lille-Skansen AS

Lille-Skansen is a restaurant by the seaside in the Ila area. Here you can enjoy the beautiful sunset while you are having a delicious meal....
Read more: Dromedar Kaffebar, Moxness Photo: SEK Visit Trondheim

Trondheim

Dromedar Kaffebar, Moxness

Dromedar Kaffebar is the neighborhood coffeshop for those who live or work in the neighborhood. As a matter of face it can also be the neighborhood...
Read more: Pirbadet Photo: Visit Trondheim

Trondheim

Pirbadet

At the spectacular Pirbadet waterpark in Trondheim, Norway, most of the attractions are in one large room, meaning young and old alike can enjoy time...
Read more: The Archbishop's Palace Museum Photo: NDR

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...
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