Trondheim takes good care of immigrants of all kinds, even from Northern Norway. :) The city is just the right size; you don’t have to deal with the stress of a big city, and the quality of life here is very god. You can let your guard down, and do things at your own pace. Even though Trondheim has a slower pulse, however, the city has a rich cultural life, and it is a perfect playground for musicians.
Enjoy a simple lunch and a one-hour, 360-degree panoramic view of Trondheim from the Tyholt Tower.
I "cruise" down Nidelva and along the canal in my little wooden boat. It is the best way to see and enjoy the city.
Trondheim during Jazzfest, an event in mid-May. Trondheim is a jazz metropolis, showcasing the best of the best from the up-and-coming student community at NTNU, performing with world-famous jazz a...
In the summer, Munkholmen is bathed in sunlight. It is a fantastic vision, and the islet is buzzing with beach-goers and café-loungers alike. You don’t want to miss the cultural offeri...