Located along the Trondheim Fjord in central Norway, Trondheim is the third largest city in the country.
This historic city is bustling with modern energy with wide streets and a pedestrianised centre with plenty of restaurants, cafes and bars, and in recent years, has been quickly establishing itself as the foodie capital of Norway, with fabulous Michelin star restaurants, new microbreweries and novel coffee shops popping up everywhere.
The city is rich in museums and galleries and home to the impressive Nidaros Cathedral which dates from the 11th century and is the largest medieval building in Scandinavia. Other sites of note are the Archbishop’s Palace which houses the crown jewels and Stiftsgarden, the oldest wooden palace in Scandinavia. Trondheim is also the starting point of the famous Roros Railway.