Travel to Trondheim

SUSHP 2023
Travel to Trondheim

Trondheim is connected to the rest of the world by several land, sea and air networks. For those travelling from beyond Norway, the journey can be considered an exciting part of the experience. Some attendees may wish to take advantage of different travel modes to make the most of the opportunities on offer.

By air

Trondheim is served by Trondheim Airport (TRD) at Værnes, with flights to and from most other airports in Norway. With direct flights with KLM from Amsterdam, SAS from London and Copenhagen there are plenty of possibilities to get to Trondheim with only one stopover connection from most places.

The airport is about half an hour from the city centre, with several options for making the journey including Flybussen (airport express bus service), train (priced very reasonably as a local public transport journey), ride sharing platforms and taxi.

By Rail

For international visitors wishing to explore other parts of Scandinavia before or after the conference, Trondheim is also accessible by train from Oslo or Østersund in Sweden. The journey from Oslo travels over Dovre mountains, the dividing range between northern and southern Norway. The Trondheim Central Station is adjacent to the city centre with taxi and public transport options for getting to hotel accommodation and the conference venue at Lerkendal. Tickets and more at Entur.

By car

All the major car rental services are available in Norway for those wishing to drive to or from Trondheim. European highway E6 connects north to Narvik and south to Oslo with both directions offering glimpses of the stunning natural scenery that has made Norway a travel destination for centuries.

By sea

Why not journey to or from Trondheim along the highway of the Vikings, the sea? Trondheim is one of the stops along the famous Hurtigruten coastal boat service, running between Bergen and Kirkenes. This classic way of seeing Norway’s spectacular coast calls in to Trondheim regularly. For more information see the Hurtigruten website.

In addition, fast boat services connect Kristiansund with Trondheim, stopping at several offshore islands along the way.

Organizers RSB


FME HydroCen
NTNU Team Hydropower
Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management
Norwegian Environmental Agency

In collaboration with:

Sira Kvina Kraftselskap