Trondheim Flights GuideTrondheim, Norway is a city known for its medieval architectural sites, amazing cultural cuisine, and museums. Home to two of Scandinavia's "largest" titles, in Trondheim you'll find Nidaros Domkirke, the largest medieval building in the region, and Stiftsgarden, the largest wooden palace. Trondheim Harbor is another spot to visit while touring the city, mostly because it makes you feel like you're living in a post card.
Trondheim public transit is run by Atb, which quite literally gets you from A to B. The system consists of local trains and buses, while the previously extensive tramway system in Trondheim is now just a single line running from the city's centre to the west.
A cool temperate climate, Trondheim reaches highs of 15? in the summer and drops below freezing in the winter. The best time to visit Trondheim and explore all of the incredible sites it has to offer is during the summer when the temperatures are best, however, year-round Trondheim is a great option for travel, so long as you're ok with winter coats! The city hosts many music, arts and food festivals throughout the summer, including its own pilgrim festival. Visit in early May to experience JazzFest or in August for Olavsfestdagene and Psetero for more great music.
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