Starting on 7 April, the airline Norwegian Air Shuttle will be flying non-stop from BER to Trondheim on Thursdays and Sundays. The flight time to the central Norwegian city is two hours. Norwegian’s aircraft take off from BER every Thursday at 1 pm and land in Trondheim at 3 pm. The aircraft leaves Trondheim for BER at 10:25 am, arriving in the region at 12:25 pm. The Sunday flight takes off at 10 am, landing in Trondheim at 12 pm. In the opposite direction, take-off is already at 7:20 in the morning, arriving at BER at 9:20 am.
The best way to explore Norway’s third largest city is by bicycle. There are beautiful old breweries and warehouses from the 18th century along the Nidelva River. Not to be missed is the Bakklandet district, a popular meeting place with colourful wooden houses and cafés. And there’s Kristiansten, an old fortress towering above Trondheim that can be easily reached by bicycle lift. The world’s first bicycle lift can be used by five people at the same time. Another of the university city’s highlights is the 900-year-old Nidaros Cathedral, the northernmost Gothic cathedral in the world. Last but not least, Trondheim is a good place to start discovering the heavenly nature of central Norway. A little outside the city, the Bymarka nature reserve is the perfect place for walks and hikes.
Flights with Norwegian to Trondheim can be booked in three different ticket categories.
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