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Approximately 3 Hours
Meals not included
Explore Trondheim's busy city center. At Market Square, you'll see the impressive statue of King Olaf, who founded the city and converted the people of Norway to Christianity.
Visit the Nidaros Cathedral, started in 1070 and destroyed several times by fire, but the oldest parts still standing date from the 12th century. The church is richly ornamented in stone and has magnificent stained-glass windows.
Continue through the city to Sverresli, where you'll be treated to excellent views of the fjord, the city and the surrounding countryside.
With a stop at the open-air Trondelag Open-Air Folk Museum at Sverresborg, you will see period buildings from all over the area, which provide an authentic cross-section of Norwegian life and architecture.
The path at the Trøndelag Open-Air Museum is very steep in places. Wear sturdy walking shoes. Inside church visit(s) may not be possible if religious services are being held.