Trondheim is a port city that combines a long and colourful history with modern-day industry and innovation to create one of the largest and most popular destinations in Norway. The skyline is dotted with historical structures like Nidaros Cathedral and Kristiansten Fortress while the pedestrianised streets of the city centre host a fantastic array of quirky little speciality shops. Be sure to get some photos of the colourful old warehouses that line the river, too. 

    Being a university city, Trondheim naturally has a lively and budget-friendly nightlife, as well as some interesting sights and attractions that don’t count their age in centuries. The Trondheim Science Centre is a great example, though it’s just one of a wide selection of museums around the city. And, of course, there are plenty of superb places to get a taste of fresh local seafood. 

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    Where & what to eat in Trondheim

    • 10 Places Where Locals Love to Eat in Trondheim

      Trondheim is positively bursting with excellent places to eat, and there's a major interest in tasting new dishes. This is also one of Norway's richest regions when it comes to farming, hunting and fishing. This gives the restaurants a wide choice of fresh and tasty ingredients, resulting in excellent food - even in the most modest settings. But there's no need...

    Where to shop & what to buy in Trondheim

    • 10 Best Places to Go Shopping in Trondheim

      Trondheim has plenty to offer those who love to shop. Get to know the biggest malls in the Trøndedal capital, and find out where to get the best bargains. It is inevitable that you will find many large local chains in several shopping malls, so it's worth getting an idea of what makes each of these shopping experiences unique. It's...

    Where to go & what to do at night in Trondheim

    • 10 Best Things to Do After Dinner in Trondheim

      There are plenty of great places to eat in Trondheim. As the principal city in one of the country's richest farming areas, there is no shortage of fantastic local produce and eateries offering delicious dishes. But what should you do while your food goes down? And where can you go to burn off all that energy from your dinner? Here...

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