Flights to Trondheim

Flights to Trondheim

Trondheim, which lies between hills and forests, was the first capital of Norway. This is why many sights that have played an important role in the history of Norway are located in this unique destination. Landing in today’s youthful atmosphere of Trondheim opens the door to the most exciting experiences in the open air.

Worth seeing

The majestic landscapes of the Sylane, Trondheim and Dovre mountain ranges are perfect for hiking, fishing and enjoying the beauty of nature. When you get back to the city from the ‘Nordic Alps’, you will find plenty of places for dining and gourmet experiences. Namely, Trondheim has the highest ratio of restaurants and cafes per person in Norway. The city streets, which carry you through 1100 years of history, are not world-famous, but many who have walked them have promised to return

Nidaros Cathedral (Nidarosdomen) is one of the biggest medieval buildings in Scandinavia. Although the cathedral has been destroyed in fires several times, it has always been restored to its former glory. The oldest parts of the buildings that are still standing date back to the 12thcentury.

Ringve is Norway’s national museum for music and musical instruments, with collections from all over the world.

Bakklandet is Trondheim’s Old Town, where you will see colourful wooden houses that encapsulate the historical atmosphere of the region. It’s an excellent place for walks and taking photos.


Glassgarden Brasseri & Grill has won the hearts of many people for its cosy atmosphere, great food and panoramic views of the Nidelven River. The restaurant is closed on Sundays.

Folk og fe is located in an historical area of wooden houses. It offers various snacks and meals consisting of several courses.

Havfruen is the oldest fish restaurant in Trondheim, where you can try all kinds of seafood, from carp to crustaceans.


Flybussen buses depart every 10 minutes. One-way tickets cost 120 NOK, return tickets 220 NOK. The duration of the journey is 30-60 minutes, depending on the requested stops. There is also a train to Trondheim every hour, with a one-way ticket costing 71 NOK.