Trondheim is situated in the middle of Norway and is easily accessible by many modes of transportation.


By air

The main international airport is no more than 30 kilometres away from the city centre. In addition to frequent domestic departures and arrivals with the airlines SAS, Norwegian and Wideroe, Trondheim Airport Værnes also has direct flights from Stockholm, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, London (Stansted), Prague, Murcia, Alicante, Berlin, Barcelona, Tallinn and more.

Information about flights to Trondheim

From the airport

You can travel from the airport by bus, train, taxi or rental car.

Updated information about prices and schedules

Return to airport

An airport shuttle bus will leave for the airport from the Conference Venue at 14:40. It takes ca. 30 min to get to the airport from the Conference Venue.

By car

If you are traveling from the north or south of Norway, the E6 will take you to Trondheim. If you travel from east (Östersund, Sweden), take the E14 to Stjørdal, then south on E6.

By train

Traintravel in Norway

Information about traintravel in Norway

By ship

Hurtigruten If you want to travel along the coast, you may experience a beautiful voyage aboard Hurtigruten. The ship follows the coast from Bergen in the south to Kirkenes in the north, and offers a great opportunity to experience the Norwegian coast from the sea. Both the north- and southbound ships call in Trondheim year round. The port-to-port trip from Bergen to Trondheim takes two days.


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