Trondheim's peninsular location, traditional architecture, busy shopping centres and natural locations for hiking, skiing or swimming, make Trondheim a photogenic and irresistible destination.
If you're planning on staying in the city centre and going to the nearby attractions, then walking is your best option. If you want to cover a larger area, the public transport system is efficient and covers most parts of the city. Buses and trams are popular options for local and tourists alike.
It shouldn’t be a surprise that this Norwegian city is mostly cool even though the sun shines for long periods. During the year, the temperature varies from an average low of -4°C (25°F) to an average high of 18°C (64°F). Temperatures get a bit warmer from June to September. However, it rarely goes above 25°C (77°F), so pack your bags accordingly.
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