When you arrive in a new area, you are usually curious about the best it has to offer. This is exactly what Petra Sestak, managing director of the Trøndelag Tourist Board, intended to find out when she moved to the region.
Still euphoric about the surroundings, her conclusion is that “Trøndelag is a real gem”.
With a little bit of help from the local tourist office, her six tips can be easily combined into a rewarding round trip.
Combine sightseeing and fine dining on The Golden Road. Here, you can both admire the idyllic landscape and enjoy a number of local farms and restaurants, fishmongers and cheese makers, breweries and distilleries.
The world heritage town of Røros is considered one of the most interesting places in Trøndelag. A delightful mixture of historic charm and sophistication creates an adventurous atmosphere.
Find out for yourself by renting a bike and set off to explore the old mining town on two wheels.
Trøndelag is well known for its hiking routes. An ever-increasing number of people have discovered the St. Olav Ways – several pilgrim paths that lead to the medieval Nidarosdomen Cathedral in Trondheim. The beautiful Gudbrandsdalen path has the same European Cultural Route status as the pilgrim paths to Rome and Santiago de Compostela.
Petra Sestak is the managing director of the Trøndelag Tourist Board.
The major city of Trondheim sports many great attractions, amongst them the Nidarosdomen Cathedral. But Trøndelag in the middle of Norway also has seven national parks, one of the country’s largest mountain ranges Dovrefjell, and a whole area dedicated to local food.