Trondheim, Norway

Trondheim, Norway

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Norway’s most treasured city

A city founded over 1,000 years ago is certain to be rich in history and culture. Now the country’s third largest municipality, it’s been Norway’s capital city, a site of countless coronations, and an important pilgrimage for worshipers of the Christian faith. Today, Trondheim is a vibrant, youthful city that embraces the simplicity of Scandinavian life. But don’t let this laid back lifestyle fool you— there is so much to discover beneath Trondheim’s calm exterior.

Trondheim’s intimate city center is ideal for strolling or cycling. Wide boulevards are alive with activity but never feel overcrowded. Make your way to the historic Bakklandet neighborhood to see 17th century working-class homes that have been restored and transformed into trendy shops, cool cafés, and bars and restaurants specializing in local cuisine. Nidaros Cathedral is the world’s northernmost Gothic church, and was built over the tomb of St. Olav, credited with bringing Christianity to Norway. Climb to the top of the cathedral’s tower for incredible views of the city and the Nidelva river.

Get a helping of music history at the Ringve Music Museum. It’s home to over 2,000 instruments from around the world and is set in a stunning manor home that will transport you through time. Listen as talented museum guides play centuries-old instruments, then tour the surrounding Ringve Botanical Gardens overlooking Trondheim fjord.

A city steeped in history and deeply connected to nature. Enjoy warm and friendly small-town ambiance with all the amenities of a large city on your visit to Trondheim.

Trondheim, Norway Highlights

Monk’s Island

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Bymarka Nature Reserve

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Rockheim Museum

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Trondheim, Norway At a glance

Current Weather:
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6°C / 43 °F
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Mixed Rain And Snow
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Current Time:
6:35:29 am2019/07/18 06:35:29 am
CEST
Thursday, July 18
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UTC/GMT +02:00
Currency:
Norwegian Krone
Exchange Rates:
  • 0.12
  • 0.16
  • 0.09
  • 0.16
  • 0.11
  • 7.94
  • 0.40
  • 2.35
Local Details:
GPS: 63°25'48.19"N 10°23'36.48"E
Size: 321.81 KM2 (124.25 MI2)
Population: 187,353
Density: 582 Pop/KM2 (225 Pop/MI2)
Country Code: +47

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