Trondheim is a hidden gem in the heart of Norway, and exploring what this city has to offer is like a treasure hunt. Trondheim – historically Kaupangen, Nidaros and Trondhjem is the third largest city in Norway and home of The Nidaros Cathedral – the world’s northernmost medieval cathedral and Norway’s national sanctuary.
This historical city, situated at 63 degrees north, has many facets. Because of the famous Nidaros Cathedral, the city has been a popular destination for pilgrims for several hundred years, and it is known for its narrow old streets and traditional wooden houses. But, do not be fooled by its small-town charm: Trondheim has developed into a modern city that has more to offer. Excellent shopping opportunities, restaurants serving local culinary delights, a vibrant cultural life with exhibitions and festivals – Trondheim has it all. And if you would rather experience the peace and calm of nature, the woods are only a short tramway trip away!


THE WEATHER IN TRONDHEIM

Trondheim – historically Kaupangen, Nidaros and Trondhjem is the third largest city in Norway and home of The Nidaros Cathedral – the world’s northernmost medieval cathedral and Norway’s national sanctuary.

THE WEATHER IN TRONDHEIM