Middle Norway

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Middle Norway also known as Trøndelag is a region of Norway.



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Trondheim has been a centre of commerce since the Viking Age. Saint Olaf's Way has been an important pilgrimage route.


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By plane[edit]

Trondheim airport (IATA: TRD), has several domestic flights, as well as international flights. There is train and bus connection from the airport.

Røros has a local airport with flights from Oslo. Rørvik and Namsos have local airports with flights from Trondheim.

By train[edit]

Trains from Oslo, operated by NSB, taking around 7 hours to Trondheim and 5 hours to Røros.

By bus[edit]

Long distance buses from Oslo and Bergen to Trondheim, NOR-WAY.

By car[edit]

From Oslo there are two options. Follow E6 all the way, or use road 3. Road 3 is slightly shorter and faster, but E6 is more beautiful.

By boat[edit]

Hurtigruten sails all the way north to Kirkenes and south to Bergen, stopping at numerous destinations on its way, including Trondheim and Rørvik.

Get around[edit]

By train[edit]

Local trains Steinkjer–airport–Trondheim and Trondheim–Røros are operated by NSB.

By bus[edit]

For local buses in Nord-Trøndelag, search rutebok.no.

And in Sør-Trøndelag including Trondheim, search atb.no

By boat[edit]

There are some local passenger boats. Use the same site as for local buses.

By car[edit]

There is an extensive road network, however often fairly curvy and slow.

To cross fjords, there are several bridges and tunnels, but some car ferries also exist. They have fees, but there is no need for booking. Some roads, especially new tunnels, and all entrances to Trondheim have road tolls.





  • Try Norwegian seafood!


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