What you'll do
We start off by visiting all the historical highlights and hidden sites of Trondheim. Highlights include Trondheim Square, Stiftsgården Palace, Nidaros Cathedral, The old Town Bridge and the charming Bakklandet neighborhood. Between all the historic highlights I will show you all the unmarked and hidden but, no less important sites. Once we have completed your introduction to Historical Trondheim, we will veer off of the beaten path and head right outside of the city center to a cultural gem that few tourists get to experience. Trondheim has it's own eco village full of tiny homes, gardens, cats, chickens, sheep, work shops, galleries, studios, famous artworks and more. Your guide is a resident of this community and can give you an inside view that no one else can. So join me for a walk up the historical high streets and down the cultural back streets for a truly unique and complete experience of Trondheim. It is possible to do the two hour historical tour and skip the hour at the Eco Village if you do not have three hours or think the tour may be a bit longer than you would like.
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Where you'll be
Trondheim Square, has been a market place for over a thousand years. Stiftsgården, the summer residence of the royal family made completely of timber. Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheims most famous landmark first built in 1030. Old Town Bridge, loved by locals and visitors alike. Bakklandet, Charming old working class neighborhood full of small colorful houses. Hidden Sites, I will have to show you. The Eco Village, Cultural heart of Trondheim.
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Mon, Sep 23 From 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM.
$57 per person
10 of 10 spots left
Keep these in mind
Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 10 guests ages 8 and up can attend.
Be advised this is a walking tour and that weather can change at any time so we advise everyone to bring practical clothing and shoes. In Norway they say "there is no bad weather, only bad clothing".
Historical and Cultural Trondheim