Trondheim has a lot of lovely buildings, and the city has a historical air to it, but I love the people here – the tone and the local temperament. As Norway’s third largest city, after the busy, somewhat anonymous Oslo and the aggressively festive Bergen, Trondheim has found its niche in being calm, safe and jovial. And I don’t mean that in a negative way. It is nice to come to Trondheim and feel like I can relax my shoulders. This is a city well suited for both work and play.
This is a nice place to stop for a few seconds on your way to or from somewhere. Nidelva passes under the bridge quietly, like a reflection of the calm Trønder temperament, and along the ban...
I is nice, even for a square like me, to get away from the squares every once in a while. Good food, cold beer, tie optional. Different and friendly.
Attractive, hefty building in granite. Beautiful façade. On the second floor are four clever, service-oriented guys in the Trondheim office of the Consumer Ombudsman and Market Council.
Løkka is a friendly Trønder place with 1950s American touch, offering milkshakes (the one with Snickers in it is especially good, I’ve heard), Elvis burgers, Trønder beer...