SAS, the largest airline in Scandinavia, offers cheap international flight tickets to Trondheim. Our city guide will help you find out what's up & the best tips from SAS crew & passengers.
The city boasts a rich cultural heritage and is sorrounded by the dramatic Norwegian nature, all combines into making Trondheim one of the most exciting city centers in northern Europe.
What's up in Trondheim
Yes, they have fjords here too. Take a tour on Hurtigruten from Trondheim to 35 different ports.
Available from 10 racks in central Trondheim, they're an excellent way to get around town.
Norway's national sanctuary & one of the most visited sights in Trondheim.
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If hiking and fishing is not your thing or you just want to relax, a stroll in Bakkelandet may be a good idea. These old wooden houses are restored & bubbling with life, cafés, small boutiques & restaurants.
Nearby Røros is one of Europe's oldest wooden building town & on UNESCO'S World Heritage List. It's a day trip from Trondheim & well worth a visit.
Take your time because there are a lot of things to see and do here.
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A bicycle lift, how weird is that? If you are in Trondheim, you have to try it. You need a lift card and a bike of course. Get the card from the tourist office or at the start of the lift.Pierre
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A visit in Tyholttårnet is a must. There's a rotating restaurant on the top floor offering a great view of the city for a nice dinner.
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Trondheim is a city with great proximity to the outdoors. Take bus 5 or 9 towards Dragvoll. Get off at Loholt & you're at the entrance to the wild forest. If you're not much of a hiker, take the 45-minute walk to Estenstadhytta with great views of Trondheim and traditional food. A map and compass are musts for foreigners.
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|Population: 165,191 |
|Language: Norwegian |
|Currency: Krone (NOK) |
|Time zone: CET || |
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