When is the best time to fly to Trondheim?
Book your flights to Trondheim in the winter to come and experience the breathtaking Northern Lights, or the summer months to enjoy some sparkling sunny weather and warm temperatures of around 17-20 degrees Celsius. There are many festivals and events going on in Trondheim throughout the summer to keep all travellers entertained such as the Trondheim Jazz Festival in May, Musikkfest in June, St.Olav’s Festival in July and Pstereo in August.
Winters here tend to involve long periods of darkness that is alleviated by a cosy, jovial atmosphere in the city centre. Time your trip to coincide with a Christmas market, but be aware that flights during the Christmas period tend to be more expensive. For cheap flights to Trondheim and discounted accommodation, try booking your trip during the off peak periods such as February and November.
Located near some of Norway's most beautiful shimmering inland waters, Trondheim is a haven of culture, as well as natural beauty. Bymarka Park, a gorgeous forest, is a paradise for hikers, and its hilly slopes offer wonderful views over the city and the surrounding regions. The city has many unique museums to explore, such as the Ringve Museum, which is home to some stunning musical artefacts. The Archbishops' Palace Museum is a magnificent building, and is well worth a visit for the atmosphere alone. Trondheim is home to one of the most iconic Gothic cathedrals in the world, the Nidarosdomen. For a family-friendly day out, why not pay a visit to the science centre, or the Sverresborg Trondelag Folk Museum. The Folk Museum is a truly unique experience, as it enables you to experience living folk art and crafts in the great outdoors, by wandering through a quaint little wooden village. Trondheim is an excellent place for foodie travellers as well, as it has a brilliant array of bars, cafes, and restaurants for you to explore.