Norway - Trondelag (Chapter)
This is the Trøndelag chapter from Lonely Planet’s Norway guidebook.
Trøndelag is a region of rumpled hills, stippled with ox blood-coloured farmsteads and ruffled green with wheat and barley, and there’s always water near at hand, whether sea, lake or incised fjord. Trondheim, the most northerly place in Norway that merits the title ‘city’, is the major draw.
- browse Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim, Norway’s most sacred building
- trundle a trolley along the no-longer-active Namsos–Skage railway line
- restaurants & accommodation
- explore the cultural centre and grounds of Stiklestad, where St Olav was martyred
Coverage includes: Trondheim, Hell, Stiklestad, Steinkjer & North, Namsos, Rørvik and Leka.
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