Travel - NFSUN 2017
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.
From Trondheim you can also take a trip along some of our beautiful coastal areas. You can go by ferry or catamaran to the Fosen Peninsula, visit the islands of Hitra and Frøya or the city of Kristiansund, some 200 km south-west of Trondheim.
Trondheim Airport Værnes is just 32 kilometers north-east of the city.You can make easy connections to Trondheim from anywhere in Europe. SAS has daily flights from/to Copenhagen and Stockholm. Icelandair has daily flights from Reykjavik, KLM has daily flights from/to Amsterdam, and Norwegian flies directly to London, Prague and Murcia. There are more than 40 daily flights to/from Norway's capital, Oslo, and excellent connections both to western and northern Norway.
The airport bus runs every 15 minutes and stops at many of the central hotels and central connection points. You can also take the local train which stops just outside the airport.
Trondheim has train connections to Stockholm, Sweden and of course to both the northern and southern parts of Norway with several daily departures/arrivals.
Plan your journey by train
Hurtigruten, or the coastal express, the famous shipping line between Bergen and Kirkenes, calls at Trondheim harbour every day of the year, both on its northbound and southbound journeys.
Hurtigruten - The Norwegian Coastal Voyage
There is an express bus service to/from Bergen and Oslo every day, departing from and arriving at Trondheim Central Station, which is also the centre for all the district buses.