What not to miss in Trondheim
An amazing church dating from the 14th century, when Nidaros (as Trondheim used to be called) was the capital of Norway and a center of Catholicism. One of the most impressive buildings in Norway.
Bispegata 11, 7012 Trondheim
Charming neighborhood full of small artisan shops, cafés, and restaurants.
Norway’s national museum for music. Ringve Museum boasts many fine exhibitions, as well as a botanical garden.
Lade alle 60, 7041 Trondheim
Every two years, Trondheim plays host to Norway’s biggest music festival. Organized by students, the next one takes place in October 2015. The festival is spread over two weeks and has previously attracted big names such as Jay-Z, Muse, and Calvin Harris.
Everyone from Trondheim knows the Credo restaurant. Credo is run by Heidi Bjerkan, one of Norway’s most highly regarded chefs, and offers a fine dining experience with locally sourced food. A slightly cheaper bistro option is also available upstairs.
Ørjaveita 4, 7010
Kalas & Canasta
Idyllic restaurant in the Bakklandet district, serving up well-made bistro-style food. Your typical “Where Chefs Eat” kind of place.
Nedre Bakklandet 5, 7014 Trondheim
Published: April 13, 2015