Trøndelag is often regarded as Norway's food bowl. And rightly so! In 2022, we were named a European Food Region, a prestigious seal of approval for food producers in the region. This means that good food experiences are like pearls on a string - all over the county. But we have so much more to offer: Mountain scenery, soft moors and proximity to the dramatic fjord landscapes of north-west Norway. It's also easy to get here.

Trondheim Airport Vaernes

With direct routes to several major European cities, it's easy to visit Trøndelag. If you also consider these as hubs, the region opens up to much of the world. Fly directly from London Gatwick, Riga or Gdansk, or use Amsterdam, Stockholm, Copenhagen or Oslo as hubs for easy access from all over the world.

Trondheim as a base for the coastal route

The region is also an excellent starting point for a round trip on the Coastal Route. Take either a short trip along Western Norway round trip to Bergen, or the longer sailing to Kirkenes and back. If you do, we recommend that you spend some time in Trøndelag before or after your journey. Here you can experience everything from vibrant city life - in a small town, historic sites and buildings - to world-class food.

As a destination management company, we make sure to organise an unforgettable visit to the region. We have more than 15 years of experience from the areas around Trondheim, and are happy to take you to our hidden gems.

  • Trondheim, a melting pot of Viking history and modern gastronomy
    Trondheim was the capital of Norway from 1030 - 1217, and is a city that captures your heart with its history, culinary diversity and vibrant life of 37,000 students. Whether you're interested in history, food, culture or nature, Trondheim has something to offer. Explore the city's diversity and let the charms of this Nordic gem seduce you.… Read more: Trondheim, smeltedigel av vikinghistorie og moderne gastronomi
  • Røros from Trondheim
    The unique atmosphere is the first thing that strikes you when you arrive in Røros. The compact town centre stands as a monument to the mining operations that formed the basis of the town in the 17th century, and in 1980 it became the 55th UNESCO World Heritage Site. Travelling to Røros from Trondheim or Oslo is quite easy, and we're happy to facilitate a seamless journey.… Read more: Røros fra Trondheim
  • Veiholmen, at the edge of the sea
    Veiholmen is a small island and fishing village located in Smøla municipality in Møre og Romsdal county. The island is known for its beautiful location and its traditional fishing village environment. Veiholmen has a history dating back to the Middle Ages, and has traditionally been an important hub for the fishing industry in the region. The island is surrounded by beautiful coastal landscapes, with opportunities for fishing, boat trips and nature experiences.… Read more: Veiholmen, ytterst i havgapet
  • The Trollstigen road, Åndalsnes and gondola
    Even before you arrive in Åndalsnes, wild nature sets the standard. Europe's highest vertical cliff has understandably been named Trollveggen, the Troll wall, and it's not the only natural formation with references to trolls. When you also can experience Norway's longest gondola ride here, you know you're surrounding yourself with some of the most spectacular scenery Norway has to offer.… Read more: Trollstigen og Åndalsnes – vilt og spektakulært
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