The Essential
Nestled in a bay of the deep Trondheimsfjord, where it meets the Nidelva, Trondheim is Norway's third largest city and one of its oldest. It developed around its famous cathedral and has always played a vital part in the country's cultural and spiritual life. With its cobbled streets and the areas around the port regenerated into trendy neighbourhoods, the so-called "gateway to the north" is a very pleasant place to stop at. Rich and varied museums, a high quality of life and a thriving student population mean that its influence reaches well beyond national borders.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Trondheim

Nidaros Cathedral Nidaros Cathedral
Nidaros Cathedral
The centre of a pilgrimage dedicated to
Museum of Decorative Arts
Museum of Decorative Arts
This fine museum houses diverse
Museum of Musical Instruments
Museum of Musical Instruments
This museum dedicated to musical
Old Bridge Old Bridge
Old Bridge
In 1861 the town's old bridge located in
Archbishop's Palace Museums Archbishop's Palace Museums
Archbishop's Palace Museums
The palace was the archbishop's