Trondheim is the third largest city in Norway and one of its oldest at over 1,000 years old. Its rich heritage is apparent in its architecture, which is a mix of modern buildings and old-fashioned wooden houses. As you wander its wide boulevards and narrow alleyways you get a sense of the direction the city is heading as well as the place that it has been. At around two and a half hours by plane from London, and with a whole host of excellent deals on flights and accommodation available at lowcostholidays.com, you could be heading off on your holidays to Trondheim sooner than you think. Looking for beautiful scenery on your Trondheim holidays? If you’re visiting between May and September, then don’t miss out on the opportunity of visiting Munkhomen This used to be a monastery, but is now used as a hangout for locals and tourists looking to enjoy the fine weather, picnic, sunbathe and swim. The site is accessible by ferry from Ravnkloa.
Music lovers should check out Ringve Museum. Set in a beautiful location, at the centre of the Ringve Botanical Gardens, this is a national museum dedicated to music and musical instruments, with a collection from all over the world. There is also a cafe for refreshments and a shop to browse.
Trondheim has a predominantly maritime climate, but it is largely sheltered from the windy conditions that blow across the coast. Springs are beautiful here, with crisp days and lots of sunshine, and the summer months are very pleasant to. Winters see snowfall along with some rain and sunny spells.
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