It takes about an hour to drive from Hindrum Fjordsenter to Trondheim. Then the ferry is included.

    Trondheim is an idyllic small port city, with almost 180-000 inhabitants. It is a city with students, technology, culture, cycling and food. The 30,000 students, many of whom attend the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), make their mark on the city and contribute to a high level of innovation and a vibrant cultural life. Ntnu is internationally a highly recognized university.

    There are also festivals in many music genres such as jazz, blues, chamber music, world music, rock and pop. Norway’s largest church and the culture festival St. Olav-days, plus various food and beer festivals. 

    Trondheim city center is perfect for cyclists, and you will find many excellent cycle paths leading to and around the city center. The world’s first bicycle lift is located in the idyllic old town of Bakklandet, which is popular with both residents and tourists. A short bike ride from the center is Bymarka, which is great cycling and hiking.

    Norway’s most popular Farmers Market (farmer’s market) is also held in Trondheim, where local food producers sell meat, fish, cheese, etc. Trondheim also has several local breweries and many excellent restaurants.

    Trondheim, formerly called Nidaros, was Norway’s capital from 1030 to 1217. The city has played a key role in Norway’s history, and Nidaros Cathedral has been a popular place of pilgrimage for almost 1000 years.