If hiking and fishing is not your
thing, or if you just want to relax,
a stroll in Bakkelandet might be a
good idea. These old wooden
houses are restored and bubbling
with life, cafés, small boutiques
Nearby Røros is one of Europe's
oldest town of wooden buildings
and placed in Unesco's World
Heritage list. Its a daytrip from
Trondheim and well worth a visit.
Take your time because there are
a lot of things to see and do here.
A bicycle lift, how weird is that?
If you are in Trondheim you got to
try it. You need a lift card and, of course, a bike. Get the card from
the tourist office or at the starting point of the lift.
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Link (Info page in Norwegian)
A visit in Tyholttårnet is a must. There's a rotating restaurant on the top floor that gives you a great view of the city while eating a nice dinner.
Estenstadmarka & Estenstadhytta
Trondheim is a city with great proximity to the outdoors. Take bus 5 or 9 towards "Dragvoll", get of at "Loholt" and you're at the entrance to the wild forest. If you're not that much of a hiker, take the 45 min walk to Estenstadhytta (cabin) with great views of Trondheim and traditional food. (Map and compass is a must for foreigners)