Those of us who live in Trondheim may find it difficult to consider our own city as being exotic, but to those who do not live here, even the most everyday events may be a new experience. What we ourselves consider “normal", is not necessarily normal to our visitors.
Those of us who live here should share our enjoyable experiences.
When I was visited by a group of 9 European IKEA store managers, we had Mid Norway Adventure create a special evening for us which included such elements as a lavvo visit (Sámi-type tent) at Vådangård in the Bymarka green belt - means of transport: horse and sleigh on fresh snow. We had lots of warm clothing, candlelight, a barbecue with Norwegian ingredients, and to top it all off, flaming torches that showed the way to the outdoor loo. My guests were given an exotic experience and a memory for life. Magnifique!
A walk in Bakklandet is what I call “My Trondheim” – with a coffee break at Dromedar and a bit of shopping at the fantastic gift shop, SUKKER.
Cycling on a city bike with a Trondheim guide – and perhaps a visit ...
A long, late breakfast at Rica Nidelven Hotel – pure enjoyment for young and old, a perfect start to the day.