Baardshaug Herregaard

Orkanger, Trondelag, 07300, Norway
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Two daysTourisum pakage from Trondheim to Stanvanger

by navodaya

I am coming for trainings in Trondheim and Stanvanger. I got 2days gap between two trainings. i want to utilise those 2 days for site seeing. Can you suggest me any 2 days package tour from Trondheim to Stanvanger with site seeing by road or cruise.

Re: Two daysTourisum pakage from Trondheim to Stanvanger

by FletteMette

I highly doubt that such a thing as "a 2 days package tour from Trondheim to Stavanger" exists! It is way too far to drive (or cruise) between those to cities in just two days and still have time for sightseeing! You could go to Bergen, and take the Hurtigruten / coastal voyager from there to Trondheim.

Or you could go by train, of course - the train ride would take something like 15 hours, but you could break off the journey in Oslo and spend a day (!) there. See for info about train travel.

Re: Two daysTourisum pakage from Trondheim to Stanvanger

by FletteMette

(Hurtigruten leaves Trondheim at 10 (in the morning) and arrives in Bergen at 1430 the next day. Express boat Bergen - Stavanger takes ca 4 1/2 hours. For express boat info see )

Personally, I'd fly from Trondheim to Bergen, and take the express boat from there to Stavanger. Unless you can spend at least another day or so on your trip.

Re: Two daysTourisum pakage from Trondheim to Stanvanger

by arild70

I would see the sights in Trondheim, fly to Stavanger, and see the sights in Stavanger.

Travel Tips for Trondheim

The Trøndelag Folk Museum

by himalia11

The Sverresborg Folkmusum is found some kilometres outside the center. It’s an interesting open-air museum that shows how people in Trondheim has lived in former times. You’ll find all kind of old houses, some indoor exhibitions and a Ski Museum that tells the history of skiing. Besides, you have a great view over the city and the fjord as the open-air museum is situated on a hill.

Cathedral Nidaros


See the Cathedral Nidaros, built on Saint Olaf's grave.
The construction begun in 1070 but the cathedral was arsoned several times.
The stain glass are marvellous. The visit is guided and commented in your language.
In Summer : 9:00AM to 6PM (except Saturday 2:PM & Sunday 4:00PM)
Ticket : 35 Kr

Yorkshire links!

by Sjalen

Not only is local hero St Olav big in York too, where a central church has his name. Trondheim's symbol is a rose, uncanningly similar to the white rose of Yorkshire! Wonder if the typical English roses were St Olav designed? This one was found on a building in Bakklandet :-)

Saturday protests

by diocletianvs

Every Saturday there are protests and marches around town and by simply looking you would think that people in this country and city are really fed up with their poor lives and living conditions.

The fact is that Norwegians are among the richest nations in the world but are still very sensitive for the World order. So, it is one of the rituals (and also a way of socialising) to protest on Saturday mornings. Against what? Simply choose: the most popular marches I participated were against War in Iraq, for the protection of the Amazon forests, against nuclear weapons, for worldwide protection of sub-tenants, global protest against globalisation, for the better salaries of workers in Asia and a protest for the moratory on scientific publishing.

The participants usually gather somewhere in the centre and make a circle around few blocks in the town centre, ending temporarily at Torvet before splitting to smaller groups that enjoy the beer in local pubs.

Biking/hiking in Bymarka

by Elibra

Bymarka is Trondheim’s green belt. In summer and winter, Bymarka entices us with the beauty and variety of its countryside. It is easily accessible and the place where many a Trondhjemmer goes for a little peace and tranquilty among the hills and pines. The wiew from some of the hills is worth a hard trip to the top. Gråkallen, Geitfjellet and Storheia is the best wiewpoints. From here you can see the fjord, the whole city centre and mountains far, far away.

Winter is a very special time in Bymarka. Believe it or not we can't wait for the snow as this is a great and invigorating place to go skiing. In the middle of winter the lakes freeze over and there is a thick layer of snow for young and old to enjoy. If you're visiting Trondheim in the winter, or here attending a convention, try to borrow some skiis and visit this unique paradise. As the spring approaches and the sun starts to melt this winter landscape, you can still enjoy skiing, maybe getting a tan as well.

To get there you can take a bus(number 10) from city centre or you can even take a tram. The tram service runs from St. Olav’s gt. in the centre to Lian in Bymarka (hills to the west). There is no charge for transfer fares to city buses. Veteran trams run on Saturdays in the summer. If you feel really sporty, you can sweat your way to the forest on your bike. Well, what can I say, bring something you can walk in the forest with. Good shoes is important. If it is summer you may want to bring something you can take a bath in, bikini, bathingsuit, shorts... You will pass many small and beautiful lakes on your way to the top. And remember; bring your camera!


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