The apartment is located in the suburbs of Trondheim, about 10 km from the city center.
The area is quiet and invites to outdoor activities both summer and winter
Close to bus.
The caravan is small but cozy
the rest of the surfaces are large and airy.
The toilet cant be used, but you got a key to the house when you arrive.
In the house you have access to internet, the toilet and kitchen.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests share kitchen, livingroom, bathroom, toilet and laundryroom with others. We will provide bedsheets and towels for you.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
we have a car and can drive if there is time to it
20 things to Gore in Trondheim
Bynvandring with guide.
Join us on a walk through the streets of Trondheim and discover the city's history from medieval to high-tech society.
Daily from 25.6. - 19.8. Start at. 13.00 from the market square, right in town. Duration 1.5 to 2 hours.
Languages: English and Norwegian Guide
Former monastery and place of execution, now a popular picnic area, swimming beach and restaurant. Ferry from Ravnkloa from late May to early September.
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This is a popular center. Over 150 models you can experiment with. For the whole family.
For more info: (URL HIDDEN) Vitensenteret
The fortress was built after the great fire in 1881 and stands guard over the city. The rock city from Swedish conquest in 1718. The German occupiers in 1940-45 spent fortress. Lei cycle and take Trampe bicycle lift up to the fortress.
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The world's first bike lift are in Trondheim. (Bicycle lift is currently closed, sorry.)
The elevator goes up Brubakken by the old Town Bridge on the way up to the Kristiansten Fort. To use the lift requires a key that can be borrowed from the Mix shop, coffee shop and dromedary Bakklandet Cycle and the tourist information center in the main square.
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Bakklandet is Trondheim's old town and located on the east side of Nidelven. Easiest to find by walking across the Old Town Bridge seen from the city. The old wooden buildings, originally workers houses. Now restored to homes, shops and eateries.
In central Trondheim are a number of shops specializing in fashion and interiors. The city has in recent years experienced a very urbanization, which is reflected in the diversity. These stores are not located in the city's busiest shopping streets, but "around the corner". In addition, the Trondheim Zara and other popular chain stores.
Sverresborg, Trøndelag Folk Museum
Large open-air museum with wooden architecture and environments from Trondheim and Trøndelag, idyllically located around the ruins of King Sverre's medieval castle. Also indoor exhibitions, museum shop and café.
Under Sverresborg is also Norwegian Telecom Museum, Trondheim Maritime Museum and the Norwegian Deaf Museum.
For more info: (URL HIDDEN) Sverresborg
Nidaros Cathedral / Archbishop's Palace / Riksregaliene
Nidaros Cathedral is the northernmost cathedral and Norway's national sanctuary. Begun in 1070 and built over Olav the Holy grave.
Archbishop's Palace was Archbishop's seat, spiritual and political center from the mid 1100s to the Reformation.
Norway's Regalia is exhibited in medieval hvelvrom in the Archbishop's Palace.
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Tram to Lian
The tram route in Trondheim runs from St. Olav Gate to Lian in Bymarka. The trip takes 20 minutes and runs through old suburbs and has panoramic city views. At the final stop is Bymarka open with its opportunities for recreation.
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Ringve Museum / Ringve Botanical Garden
Ringve is Norway's national museum for music and musical instruments with items from around the world. The museum is idyllically situated in an old summer estate at Lade, right in Ringve Botanical Garden. Museum shop and cafe.
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Norway's largest indoor waterparks. The bathroom includes a wave pool, whirlpool, children's pool, flow, slides, sauna, climbing wall, diving tower, wellness pool and a 50-meter pool.
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Museums and galleries
Trondheim has a number of museums and galleries.
Decorative Arts - (URL HIDDEN)
Trondheim Kunstmuseum and Gråmølna - trond(URL HIDDEN)
Trøndelag Centre for Contemporary Art - (URL HIDDEN)
Stiftsgården - the Royal residence (URL HIDDEN)
NTNU Museum (URL HIDDEN)
Norwegian Straight Museum - (URL HIDDEN) Stiftsgården
A tour of the canal harbor, Nidelven and the fjord. Here you get a good overview of the city from the waterfront and see sights such as wharves and the Old Town Bridge. Short stop at Munkholmen, where you can choose to get off, to take the ferry back. Running day and night during the summer season.
For more info: (URL HIDDEN) Havnesightseeing
Restaurant and café life
Trondheim has a reputation for being the town in Norway with most eateries pr. capita. It has everything for every taste and wallet. Local food is in time and Trøndelag supplies the city's restaurants with fresh produce.
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Trondheim has two golf courses. Byneset Golfsenter (URL HIDDEN) is open rural and has an 18 hole and a 9 hole course. Trondheim Golfklubb (URL HIDDEN) is superbly located overlooking the city and has a 9 hole course. Havstein Golf driving range (URL HIDDEN) is a training facility at Byåsen. Golf
Go for a walk
Trondheim and the surrounding area has a rich variety of marked trails for hikers and cyclists. In Bymarka, Strindmarka, charging or along Nidelven's terrain for all tastes and fitness.
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Along the Trondheim Fjord are a number of bathing areas, in addition to Munkholmen set out in the fjord. The water averages 17 degrees. Slightly warmer water can be found in the many lakes around the siege of Trondheim.
NB: Jonsvatnet is the drinking water is not allowed to swim there. Badestrand
Nidelva is one of Norway's best salmon and trout rivers. The salmon portion goes up to Lower Leirfoss. Further up against Selbusjøen can experience a good trout fishing. The area of Royal Garden Hotel to the fjord is however totally protected for all fishing.
In Bymarka there are several water cultured, and here you can catch the real big trout. Licenses can be purchased by TOFA ((URL HIDDEN) In Trondheim Fjord you can catch a variety of fish species, including cod, coalfish, pollack and mackerel. Fisherman
Rockheim is Norway's national center for pop and rock. Here you can move from decade to decade, from 1950's burgeoning youth culture of today's digital media diversity. Meet the music, the musicians and the atmosphere through sound, photographs, films and exhibits. At Rockheim you set up your own museum experience.
In Trondheim, a short distance from the woods. In winter you can strap on your skis and wander into Bymarka. Trondheim's many green spaces provide room to enjoy peace and tranquility amidst the city.
Trondheim has three major mountain areas within a range of a few hours drive. East of Trondheim extends massif Sylane from Tydal and far into Sweden. This is also Nesjøen / Essand Sea, which is one of Northern Europe's richest fishing lakes. South of Trondheim lies Trollheimen and Dovre. Distinctive Røros UNESCO World Heritage List. Oppdal is Norway's largest alpine ski area, and like Røros a perfect starting point for mountain hikes, skiing. Close by Trondheim is Vassfjellet Skisenter, with trails for alpine, telemark and snowboarding. And should you ever desire a trip across the border, is Sweden's best resorts, Åre, only a two hour drive from Trondheim.
The old coastal culture is well preserved in the Trondheim region, and the coast is a popular area for resorts and tourism. Hitra and offers a wild and beautiful archipelago with countless fishing. Fosenhalvøya opposite Trondheim ranges from coastline and sheltered fjords to trout lakes and mountain scenery.
no smoking indoors
everyone picks up after themselves