Trondheim is a former Viking capital rich in medieval heritage. The city is home to the Nidaros Cathedral, the world's northernmost medieval cathedral. The historic district of Bakklandet, with its characteristic wooden houses, is a testament to Trondheim’s charming antiquity.

Where is Trondheim?

Trondheim is situated on the southern shore of the Trondheim Fjord, at the mouth of the River Nidelva, in Norway. This coastal city is located on the Trondheim Fjord and is the third-largest in Norway.

Norway's Third-Largest City

Medieval heritage, historical attractions and exceptional scenery

Known for its wealth of medieval heritage, Trondheim is a bustling city that strikes a balance between vibrant student life, flourishing technology hubs, and charming historical attractions. With a rich cultural scene, diverse gastronomy, and stunning natural surroundings, Trondheim offers an engaging and well-rounded urban experience amid Norway's exceptional scenery.

Where can I visit in Trondheim?

Nidaros Cathedral
Kristiansten Fortress

Nidaros Cathedral

Nidaros Cathedral, or Nidarosdomen, is the northernmost medieval cathedral in the world. It's the national sanctuary of Norway, built over the burial site of Saint Olav, the country's patron saint. This impressive structure, constructed in the Gothic architectural style, dates back to the 11th century and is a well-preserved testament to its rich history. Aside from being a place of worship, Nidaros Cathedral is a popular destination for pilgrimages and hosts various concerts throughout the year.

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