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Trondheim, Norway

Trondheim, Norway

Comfortably sitting in central Norway, Trondheim is widely considered the gateway to the north and the cradle of national patriotism. Though often described as Norway?s capital of technology, Trondheim is a lively historical university town filled with classic wooden townhouses of the 19th century and terraced flats. The old Pilgrims? Route between Olso and Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim have attracted many to the ancient pilgrimage site.

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Trondheim, Norway

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Sporting Adventures

Explore the beauty and variety of the countryside in Bymarka through a varied and well-developed network of trails. Golf enthusiasts can find solstice on the greens of various 9 and 18-hole courses including the Trondheim Golf Club and Byneset Golf Centre. And no visit to Trondheim is complete without experience the world?s first list designed specifically for cyclists. The Trampe bicycle lift goes up a steep hill at Brubakken near Bamle Bybro and takes you from the bridge and almost all the way up to the Kristiansten Fort.

Other Fun Things To Do

  • St. Olav?s Festival ? Join in the celebrations during Norway?s largest church and cultural festival from the end of July to the start of august each year.
  • Rosenborg Ballklubb ? Become an instant football fan and watch Trondheim?s football team go for another league and cup championship win.
  • Nidarosdomen Cathedral ? Known as the national sanctuary of Norway and built over the grave of St. Olav.
  • During the summer, outdoor plays and operas are very popular. One of the most famous is Korsvikaspelet, occurring every 2nd year.

Shopping For Bargains

Trondheim has a small and intimate city center with designer shops and large department stores. In addition to the small, more unique shops, the city centre also has four shopping centres. Walk across the pedestrian bridge, Verftsbrua and you?ll enter the Solsiden area, Trondheim?s most modern part of town. Walk across the old town bridge, Gamle Bybro and you?ll find the lively neighborhood of Bakklandet, home to a variety of cafes, art galleries, antique shops and local designers.

Get A Taste Of Local Flavor

There are many restaurants, pubs and bars in Trondheim. Most are located in the city centre, at Bakklandet or at Solsiden. You will find everything from exclusive restaurants to budget alternatives, family restaurants and fast food restaurants. You will find traditional Norwegian cuisine and tastes from all over the world.

Local Currency

The Norwegian Krone (NOK) is the official currency of Norway. Many stores and restaurants also accept major credit cards, which usually offer you a good exchange rate. When shopping, remember there is a Value-Added Tax added to most purchases.

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