Trondheim Last Updated On: 4/12/2022


Last Updated On: 4/12/2022
quick facts
Physical Address
Skippergata 14
Mailing Address
1234 Torgarden
63°25'36.90"N 10°23'48.94"E
Time Zone
(UTC+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna
Berthing Types
  Anchor   Dock
Berthing Description
No cruise terminal, but 8 years experience with turnarounds using other facilities
Local Currency
Currencies Accepted
€ and $ in souvenir stores
Languages Spoken
Norwegian, but most people understand English

why this destination?

Trondheim was founded by Viking King Olav Trygvason in AD 997 and occupies a special place in Norwegian history and culture. It was the nation’s first capital and is today the third largest city in Norway with around 185 000 inhabitants.

Trondheim is surrounded by lovely forested hills, and the Nidelven River winds through the city. The charming old streets at Bakklandet bring you back to architectural traditions and the atmosphere of days gone by. It has been, and still is, a popular pilgrimage site, due to the famous Nidaros Cathedral which is incorporated in the official European Cultural Routes on the same terms as Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Trondheim is also an ecclesiastical centre, a regional capital, a centre for commerce and administration – and, last but not least, a city of education and research.

Choose between a rich variety of historical sights, museums and art galleries - and look forward to an unforgettable experience.

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Future Plans

2022: shore power at Pir I, quay 2 for expedition sized vessels ready

- new fenders for the main cruise quay in autumn 2022

- shorex bus terminal reconstruction 2022-2023

- plans for a shore power connection for main cruise quay by 2025