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Trondheim’s harbour was developed during the second half of the 19th century, our walk starts here at the quay. First we go up to Stiftsgaarden, the royal residence in Trondheim, and continue to the market square to take a closer look at the statue of the city’s founder, the Viking King Olav Tryggvason, which towers over this busy square. From here, we continue to Nidaros Cathedral, the national monument of Norway which is built over the burial place of St. Olav, the patron saint of Norway. The construction of this enormous building with its countless details and decorations, began as early as 1070.
Near by we come to the famous old city bridge with its red gateway, known to the locals as “the portal of happiness”, also a great picturesque stop for photos of the colorful storage houses along the river Nid. Behind the bridge we enter the area of the city called Bakklandet, which has managed to preserve its charming wooden architecture. Originally this was the industrial part of the city, but now the old factories have been renovated into desirable housing surrounded by boutique shops and gourmet restaurants. It is here that you find the world’s one and only bicycle lift.
On our way back to the harbour we through a modern part of the city calles solsiden where many students spent their free time here sitting outside the cafes.
Trondheim (see map below for pick-up details)
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