The city of the 'midnight sun', Trondheim is a renowned mediaeval university city and is situated by the largest fjord in Norway. There are two main areas of the city. One is the triangular central district, rich in cultural and architectural monuments. The other is the western district with the greenery of the Bymarca area, popular with university students and a centre of music, theatre and alternative arts.
The main city square is Torvat, which features a market and a monument to the Viking king, Olaf, who converted his people to Christianity. It is also a focal point for civic meetings. A series of magnificent buildings surround the square, including the majestic 12th Century, stone-built Gothic Cathedral. The Cathedral is considered by art historians to one of the most beautiful churches in Scandinavia and one of the few in northern Europe to compete with those of France and Italy. The entertaining Museum of Applied Arts, the so-called Folk Museum, includes contemporary and extravagant craftworks.
Trondheim's cuisine includes typical Norwegian specialities such as salmon and trout, pork and lamb, as well as the popular smorrebrod sandwich.

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Panoramic View from the Ship




Port - Belvedere - Prinsens Gate by Bus

Nidaros Cathedral



Nidaros Cathedral to Ringve Museum by Bus

Ringve Museum



Costa Luminosa - Inside