Trondheim Vacations

Norway
One of the most charming cities in Northern Europe, Trondheim is the oldest of Norway's major cities, and, despite being a city of only about 160,000 residents, offers up an amazing wealth of attractions. In fact, over 25,000 of those residents call this city their home because they attend the …

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Reviews of Trondheim

nicole ziobro
nicole ziobroCharleston, South Carolina, USA
09/05/2018

Must see in the winter and in the summer. This city is a amazing to see covered in white snow or in lush green plant life. During the warm season I stumbled across achaeological digs.

Tonny Madsen
Tonny Madsen
20/09/2014

Trondheim is one of my favorite towns in the world.It has a very nice atmosphere with lots of things to do and see both in the town itself and in the immediate environment.

Katie Pierce
Katie PierceBoston, Massachusetts, USA
12/09/2012

Trondheim encapsulates everything I love about Europe in a Norwegian town. There's beautiful architecture and an attention to aesthetic apparent throughout. There's modern artistic additions next to centuries-old buildings. Trondheim is a must-see for anyone visiting Norway!

Stephen Bugno
Stephen BugnoAnchorage, Alaska, USA
20/02/2014

Founded in 997, Trondheim is one of the oldest cities in Scandinavia. With a total population of 180,000, including 30,000 students, Trondheim is big enough to offer an array of culture and entertainment, without the hassle of a big city. The city is home to Europe's most northernmost cathedral, an old fortress, and some colorful architecture. Trondheim is beautifully situated in Fjord of the same name. You'll need a full day to explore the sites in Trondheim and additional time to explore the surrounding area. Despite it's northerly location, temperatures are not as low as you might think. The Gulf Stream keeps it at about freezing throughout the winter.

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