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Kayaking in the Nidelva river in Trondheim, Trøndelag
Kayaking in Nidelva, Trondheim.
Photo: Jarle Hagen / Visit Trondheim
The Nidarosdomen cathedral in Trondheim, Trøndelag
Nidarosdomen, Trondheim.
Photo: Mykola Ksenofontov / Visit Trondheim
A woman is posing in front of the "Torvet" market square in Trondheim, Trøndelag
Gamle bybro bridge, Trondheim.
Photo: Jarle Hagen / Visit Trondheim

Go for a stroll along Trondheim’s cobbled streets with niche shops, explore famous attractions such as the Nidarosdomen Cathedral and Archbishop's Palace, and tuck into locally produced goodies at the city’s many restaurants.

There are many highlights in Trondheim, Norway's third largest city. The Nidarosdomen Cathedral in the centre is an impressive sight. The cathedral's history also makes it a hugely popular pilgrimage destination in Europe.

Some of the city's most popular museums include Trondheim Art Museum (Trondheim Kunstmuseum), National Museum of Decorative Arts and Design (Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum) and the Archbishop's Palace (Erkebispegården). A museum with another kind of artistic expression is Rockheim, Norway's national museum for popular music.

With some 40,000 students in Trondheim, there is always something fun going on. Enjoy live music or look for bargains in the many niche shops in the city’s cosy neighbourhoods.

Just outside the city centre you’ll find Bymarka, a vast outdoor area that is ideal for long walks any time of year, and for skiing in the winter.

Check out these insider tips for a long weekend in Trondheim!

Trondheim invests heavily in locally produced food and drink, so you have every opportunity to taste new flavours you won’t find anywhere else.

Find more inspiration and information at Trondheim's official website.

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Things to do in Trondheim

Historical sites and cultural gems – explore some of the highlights.

Where to stay

From comfy hotels to cosy cabins. Find your home away from home in Trondheim.

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Food and drink

From local food gems to high-end restaurants. Get a taste of what Trondheim offers.

Events in Trondheim

From festivals and concerts to shows and exhibitions. See what’s on!

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Getting to Trondheim

Get in-depth travel information on Trondheim’s official website.
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Top attractions in Trondheim
Gamle Bybro (The Old Town Bridge) was first built on this site in 1681 at the same time as the Kristiansten Fort was constructed. Read more
The Old Town Bridge
Kristiansten Fortress is one of Trondheim’s main landmarks. The fort was built after the great city fire in 1681 and now stands guard over the city.… Read more
Kristiansten Fortress
Trondheim by Boat is a unique experience where we show you our lovely town from a very different perspective! Read more
Trondheim by boat
Trondheimkajakk welcomes you to take an amazing trip by kayak down the Nidelven river in Trondheim. You will experience Trondheim from a unique… Read more
Trondheim Kayak
Bymarka. Pier. Nice area for hiking, part of the marked trails on the east side of Gandsfjorden. Read more
The Olav church ruin (Skeidi church) are the ruins of a stone church built before 1150 in Bamble. Read more
The Olav-church ruin
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At the coast of Trøndelag you will experience genuine coastal heritage, local food, and a wide range of activities at both sea and… Read more
Hitra, Frøya & Fosen
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… Read more
Boasting a pristine coastline, plenty of rivers and three national parks, Namdalen is a natural hub for outdoor pursuits. Read more
Skiing, running, or biking down gentle mountainsides, traditional food that will make your mouth water, and encounters with the awe-inspiring musk ox… Read more
Discover the UNESCO World Heritage site Røros. This traditional town is a certified Sustainable Destination and one of the oldest towns of… Read more
Step into the kingdom of the mythical musk oxen. Go hiking, biking, and horseback riding or visit the award-winning Viewpoint Snøhetta. Read more
The Dovrefjell mountains
The Golden Road is a surprise of many colours – easily accessible in the middle of Norway. This fun detour landscape gives you great… Read more
The Golden Road
The vibrant city of Trondheims is home to some of Trøndelag’s most popular attractions, cosy shopping streets and a myriad of restaurants… Read more
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    • Trondheim by train

      By train

      There are four daily trains between Oslo and Trondheim on the Dovre line. The journey takes approximately 7 hours.

      Trondheim can also be easily reached by train from many other Norwegian cities.

    • Trondheim by bus

      By bus

      There are several daily bus departures from Oslo and other major cities to Trondheim. Travel time from Oslo is around 8 hours.

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    • Trondheim by car

      By car

      The Norwegian north-south highway E6 passes Trondheim, while the coastal highway E39 has its terminus at Klett, 10 km south of Trondheim.

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    • Trondheim by boat

      By boat

      Both north-bound and south-bound, Hurtigruten, The Norwegian Coastal Voyage, calls daily at Trondheim.

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    • Trondheim local travel

      Local travel

      Bus travel in Trondheim is operated by AtB, which offers a network of routes covering nearly all of the city. There are frequent departures during the day, less frequent during evenings.

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      By plane

      Trondheim Airport Værnes serves international and national flights.

      From the airport you can go by express bus or train to Trondheim.

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