Urban highlights, historical sights, and coastal life mixed with world-class food experiences. Get ready for a taste of Trøndelag.
For the outdoorsy type, Trøndelag in central Norway is perfect for activities like hiking, skiing, cycling, and fishing. Or how about adding a spiritual dimension and hike one of the pilgrim paths the St. Olav Ways, which all lead to the stunning Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim?
Trondheim is the region’s capital and known as the Home of Nordic flavours. Indulge in fantastic food experiences ranging from Michelin-starred restaurants to small cosy coffee shops.
Foodies will also be in for a treat by driving the scenic detour The Golden Road. Along the route, you will find several superb farm sales and restaurants.
A short boat trip from Trondheim, the coastline awaits. Experience the rural lifestyle that combined with modern Scandinavian architecture gives you a chance to wind down in an inspirational way.
Get in-depth travel information on Trøndelag’s official website.
Historical sites and cultural gems – explore some of the highlights.
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From comfy hotels to cosy cabins. Find your home away from home in Trøndelag.
From local food gems to high-end restaurants. Get a taste of what Trøndelag offers.
From festivals and concerts to shows and exhibitions. See what’s on!
On the island of Stokkøya just off the coast of Trøndelag in central Norway, there is a legendary beach bar and stories about a special party that never ended.
It may just look like an ordinary field, but the events that took place here changed Norway forever. Almost a thousand years later, people still flock to the idyllic spot to see where it all happened.
X for unknown. U for undercover agent. When you explore Trondheim, the city of cool stuff like tech, jazz, food, and funky festivals, take a minute to honour a woman who gave her life for freedom.
Norwegian author Johan Falkberget was growing up in Røros when his uncle was left blind after a mining accident. Through reading to him, Johan developed an interest in telling stories which lead to several nominations for the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Fridtjof Nansen was a true hero of his time. As if being a pioneer exploring the North Pole isn’t enough, he also received the Nobel Peace Prize for his work with refugees during the First World War. Check out where he liked to hang out between his adventures!
The train from Oslo to Trondheim takes about 7 hours and stops at Kongsvoll, Oppdal, Berkåk, and Støren in Trøndelag.
From Bodø, the train journey is just under 10 hours. The train stops at several stations in Trøndelag before it arrives in Trondheim.
You can also take the train to Meråker in Trøndelag from Sundsvall in Sweden. The trip takes 4 hours and 45 minutes.
Express buses operate a number of daily services between the larger cities in Norway.
The coastal express Hurtigruten stops in Trondheim and Rørvik in Trøndelag on both its northbound and southbound journeys.
You can travel between Trondheim and Kristiansund by ferry via the picturesque islands of Hitra and Frøya.
If you are coming from the south or the north, the E6 will take you straight through Trøndelag.
The E39 and the Rv79 connects Trøndelag with the county of Møre og Romsdal in Fjord Norway.
If you are travelling from Sweden, you can reach Trøndelag via the Rv31 to Røros, the E14 to Stjørdal or the Rv72 to Verdal.
Trondheim Airport is one of the largest airports in Norway and serves as the regional airport for Trøndelag. There are direct services to Trondheim from many cities abroad, and all the biggest cities and towns in Norway.
There are daily flights from Trondheim to Namsos and Rørvik, and between Oslo and Røros.
The Airport Express Coach runs from Trondheim Airport to Trondheim city centre every 20 minutes. The trip takes about 30 minutes.
You can get around the city of Trondheim by bus, tram, and ferry. You can also borrow a city bike or walk, as the distances are relatively short.
A well-developed regional bus and train network makes it easy to get from A to B in Trøndelag.
There are frequent ferry services between Trondheim and the Fosen peninsula.
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