Trondheim with Nidaros Cathedral

Learn more about Trondheim by visiting one of its most famous landmarks, Nidaros Cathedral. Take in the whole city from the famous Utsikten viewpoint and enjoy a bus tour of the city.

  • Explore the city of Trondheim and learn more about its culture and history
  • Visit the beautiful Nidaros Cathedral, Norway’s national shrine
  • Enjoy a guided tour and receive a book about the cathedral
  • Admire the view of the city from Utsikten viewpoint
  • Direction

    Northbound direction, Southbound direction

  • Season

    Autumn, Winter

  • Difficulty level

    Level 1: Easy - suitable for most people

  • Duration

    2 hours

  • Min. passengers


  • Max. passengers


  • Booking code


  • From

    109 €

  • Notices

    Photography is not allowed inside Nidaros Cathedral.

Welcome to the original capital of Norway! Founded as early as 997, Trondheim has been marked by a variety of eras. As you explore the city, look out for well-preserved colourful wharves and a 19th century wooden bridge with distinctive red archways in the Bakklandet district. Our guide will tell you more about the city’s history as the bus takes us through Trondheim’s streets and boroughs. We’ll make a short stop at Utsikten to admire the city from above.  

A trip to Trondheim wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the impressive Nidaros Cathedral. Built over the burial place of St. Olav, the patron saint of Norway, the construction of this enormous building began back in 1070. After a guided tour around the cathedral, you’ll likely understand why many describe it as the most beautiful religious building in Norway. You’ll receive your own copy of a book about the cathedral to take home as a souvenir. 

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  • Disembarking port: Trondheim
  • Embarking port: Trondheim
  • Available period: 03 September - 02 April
    • Not available 24 December.
  • Transportation: Bus
  • Clothes/Footwear: Comfortable shoes
  • Note: Guiding outside the cathedral and in the museum sundays and bank holidays due to church service