Trondheim is the third largest town in Norway with 193 000 inhabitants. Founded by the Viking King Olav Tryggvason in 997, Trondheim holds a special place in Norwegian history and culture. Today this heritage, combined with our high academic traditions, makes Trondheim an ideal city for work, investment, research, industry and commerce.
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Situated in central Norway, Trondheim is easily accessible whatever your choice of transportation. By plane you will land at Trondheim's modern airport at Værnes (32 km from the city). If you come by train you can relax and look at the unique Norwegian countryside.
If you are coming from the south of Norway you can drive through the majestic Dovre Mountains. Another special way to visit Trondheim is by the coastal express which will give you a chance to experience Norway's special and beautiful coast.
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Getting to and from Trondheim Airport, Værnes Bus and train stops are marked in the Trondheim map
Two airport bus companies are present at the airport. They both go to the city center. The ticket price is NOK 130 (return: NOK 220).Credit cards are accepted.
Airport-bus Nettbus (blue/white) runs every 10 minutes.
Værnes Expressen (grey) runs every 20 minutes from the airport.
Værnes station is in the immediate vicinity of the terminal. Local trains traffic the station approx. once hourly. The train arrives in Trondheim at "Trondheim Sentralstasjon". Travel time to Trondheim is approx. 45 minutes. Price per adult: NOK 90.
For an up-to-date timetable, see NSB or contact NSB customer service on phone no. +47 815 00 888.
Airport Taxi can be pre-booked for a fixed per-person rate (NOK 429,- from airport to Trondheim city) in a car pool at phone: +47 930 07373 or www.trondertaxi.no. Have your flight number at hand when booking.
The taxi fare from the airport to the city centre is approximately NOK 850. Most hotels are located in the city center.