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Sør-Trøndelag is a county in Norway. Over half of the population in the county lives in Trondheim.



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By plane[edit]

Trondheim's international airport has connections to some international destinations. This includes Amsterdam with KLM, Copenhagen with Widerøe, and Prague, Slit, Dubrovnik, Salzburg, Malaga, Riga, London and Nice with Norwegian.

By train[edit]

Sør-Trøndelag is well served by the Norwegian State Railways. There are several daily departures from Trondheim to Oslo, and also departures from Trondheim going all the way north to Bodø.

By bus[edit]

Nor-Way takes you from Trondheim to Oslo or Bergen.

By boat[edit]

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

By car[edit]

To go from Oslo to Sør-Trøndelag, most tourists use road E6. Road 3 is 40 km shorter and faster, and popular among Norwegians. E6 is more beautiful.

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 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.






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