Getting to Trøndelag
The airport Trondheim Lufthavn Værnes is an important gateway to Trøndelag. In addition to a large number of domestic flights there are also many direct international flights, eg. from Copenhagen, Stockholm, Amsterdam and London. The airline Widerøe operates daily services from Trondheim to Namsos and Rørvik, and DOT LT operates the route from Oslo to Røros. Air Norway has flights every day apart from Saturday between Ørlandet and Oslo, with connecting flights to Aalborg (Denmark).
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www.sas.no Direct from Stockholm.
New this year! SAS doubles departures from Stockholm to Trondheim, starting from october 3rd.
www.wideroe.no Direct from Copenhagen, on to Namsos and Rørvik. Also flies Oslo–Røros.
www.klm.com Direct from Amsterdam.
www.norwegian.no Direct from London and several other European cities.
www.airnorway.no Flights between Aalborg–Oslo–Ørlandet.
For transport to the airports of Trøndelag, please visit Avinor’s website.
By car and coach
Highway E6 is the main route through Trøndelag, while highway E39 runs between Trøndelag and the county of Møre & Romsdal. Follow route 70 if you are travelling from Møre to Oppdal. If you’re travelling from Sweden you can reach Trøndelag via route RV31 to Røros, highway E14 to Stjørdal or route RV72 to Verdal.
Train connections to Trøndelag are good from the north, south and east. The train journey from Oslo takes around 7 hours and just under 10 hours from Bodø. The railway line Mittnabotåget runs between Sundsvall (Sweden) and Trondheim, via Östersund.
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Arriving in Trøndelag from the sea is a beautiful sight. Hurtigruten’s trip between Bergen and the North Cape is often called the most beautiful voyage in the world and Trøndelag is a part of this journey. Both Hurtigruten’s northbound and southbound services call at Trondheim and Rørvik on the voyage between Bergen and the North Cape. From Kristiansund you can catch the coastal express Kystekspressen to Trondheim, via the beautiful islands of Hitra and Frøya.
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