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Experience Trondheim in 10,000 steps

Stiftsgården in Trondheim .
Photo: Per Christian Lind / Visit Norway
Stiftsgården in Trondheim .
Photo: Per Christian Lind / Visit Norway

"All the different buildings and colours, I think it’s a real statement piece for Trondheim."

Lucy Kay

Gamle Bybro in Trondheim .
Photo: Per Christian Lind / Visit Norway
Gamle Bybro in Trondheim .
Photo: Per Christian Lind / Visit Norway

"I've grown up singing in churches and cathedrals. Just being here is so wonderful."

Nidarosdomen, Nidaros Cathedral, in Trondheim .
Photo: Per Christian Lind / Visit Norway
Nidarosdomen, Nidaros Cathedral, in Trondheim .
Photo: Per Christian Lind / Visit Norway

Come take a stroll in the home of Nordic flavours!

Sellanraa in Trondheim .
Photo: Per Christian Lind / Visit Norway
Sellanraa in Trondheim .
Photo: Per Christian Lind / Visit Norway

Route:

LUCY KAY DOES TRONDHEIM

Length: 10 000 steps

Follow in the footsteps of Lucy Kay, a 32-year-old opera singer from England, who also enjoys heavy metal. As a foodie, Lucy has come to the right place, as she now finds herself in a European Region of gastronomy 2022. Put on your finest dress and dine at a Michelin-starred restaurant or simply enjoy a delicious coffee at a corner café in this charming city.

Trondheim is also one of the oldest and most historically significant cities in Norway. The historic city centre is compact and easily explored on foot in a day or two. 

Route:

BEST OF TRONDHEIM

Length: 5.5 km

Start the day by enjoying breakfast at Palmehaven in the five-star Britannia Hotel. Walk across the city centre to the Nidaros Cathedral, and take a tour of the tower and the hidden rooms in this majestic cathedral.

Cross Gamle Bybro (the Old Town Bridge), and stroll around the picturesque old Bakklandet neighbourhood . Walk up the hill towards the city's 17th century defensive fortification, Kristiansten Fortress. Explore the fortress with its panoramic views of the city. Stroll back to the city centre and enjoy a lunch made from the finest locally-sourced ingredients at Sellanraa.

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ART AND VINTAGE

Length: 7.5 km

Start the day with what has been named Norway's best breakfast (13 years in a row!) at Scandic Nidelven, before grabbing a coffee that's been freshly roasted in house at Trondheim's much-loved Jacobsen & Svart in Brattørgata.

Next, explore Trondheim's urban art. Start in the Kattveita neighbourhood, where you can admire the latest work by local artist Linnea Johansson before making your way to Gjelvangveita. Stroll through Hospitalsløkkan, with its handsomely restored old houses, and into the historic Ila neighbourhood.

Explore Ila's street art which was made in conjunction with Trondheim Gatekunstfestival before having fjord-side lunch at Lille Skansen, which has a good selection of seafood.

Route:

A HALF DAY STROLL 

Length: 3.4 km

Start at Sellanraa, where you can grab a delicious coffee and treat (we recommend the "munk") to go. Make your way through the city centre and cross the newly renovated main square, Torvet, to the Nidaros Cathedral. After taking in the majestic cathedral, cross the Gamle Bybro bridge (perfect for a photo) and have lunch at historic Bakklandet Skydsstation, which offers a wide variety of tasty local dishes. 

After lunch, stroll the cosy cobbled streets of Bakklandet and browse the local shops and art galleries. Head towards Solsiden and cross the Blomsterbrua bridge back towards the city centre. 

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