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Tasteful experiences and golden moments

Innherred was an important area in Norway during the middle ages, and the locals are proud of their heritage, the tasty locally produced food, and the varied nature.

Straumen, Inderøy
Straumen, Inderøy.
Photo: Tom Gustavsen
Inderøy
Cycling in Inderøy.
Photo: Tom Gustavsen
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The World’s Largest Lawn Chair, Oftenåsen Hill.
Photo: Espen Andre Wåde
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Fishing in Skarnsundet in Innherred.
Photo: Tom Gustavsen
Berg Gård, Innherred
Berg Gård in Innherred.
Photo: Berg Gård
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Getting here and around

Get in-depth travel information on Innherred’s official website.

  • By train

    By train

    The Norwegian State Railways has several stops in Innherred: Levanger, Verdal, Røra (Inderøy), Steinkjer and Snåsa.

    A regional train between Steinkjer and Trondheim stops at many destinations in Innherred.

    Check out NSB’s website for prices and timetables.

  • By road

    By road

    There are daily bus services between Trondheim and Namsos which stops at Trondheim Airport, Åsen, Levanger, Verdal, Sparbu, Røra and Steinkjer. Check out NOR-WAY Bussekspress’ website for prices and timetables.

    The E6 is the main traffic artery going through Innherred. If you arrive from the north, you can get to Innherred via National Tourist Route Helgelandskysten (Fv17).

  • By plane

    By plane

    Trondheim Airport is the nearest ariport, located 50 kilometres south of Levanger. The airport has daily connections to and from numerous Norwegian cities and towns, as well as many destinations abroad.

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