The Trondheimsfjord (Trondheimsfjorden), an inlet of the Norwegian Sea, is Norway's third longest fjord, 130 km long, in the west central part of the country. It stretches from Ørland in west to Steinkjer in north, passing the city of Trondheim on its way. Its maximum depth is 617 meters, just inside of Agdenes.
The largest islands in the fjord are Ytterøy and Tautra; the small Munkholmen is located near the harbor of Trondheim; there are several islands at the entrance of the fjord. The narrow Skarnsundet is crossed by the Skarnsund Bridge; the part of the fjord to the north of the strait is referred to as Beitstadfjord.
The main part of Trondheimsfjord is ice free all year; only Verrasundet, a long and narrow fjord branch in the northern part of the fjord, might be ice covered in winter. The Beitstadfjord might also freeze over in winter, but only for a few weeks.
Things to See & Do
* Trondheim city
* Fosen Peninsula
* Munkholmen island
* Salmon Fishing
Cruise Season – Feb - Dec
Currency - Norwegian krone (NOK)
Language – Norwegian
Population – 166,710 approx (Trondheim)
Electricity – 2 round pins European style
Time - GMT plus one hour
International Country Telephone Code - + 47
Port Location – The Port of Trondheim is located approximately 2km from the city centre.
Transport Links – Trondheim Airport Værnes is just 32 kilometres north-east of the city. You can make easy connections to Trondheim from anywhere in Europe. Widerøe has daily flights from/to Copenhagen and Stockholm. KLM has daily flights from/to Amsterdam, and Norwegian flies directly to London, Prague and Murcia. There are more than 40 daily flights to/from Norway's capital, Oslo, and excellent connections both to western and northern Norway.
Trondheim has train connections to Stockholm, Sweden and of course to both the northern and southern parts of Norway with several daily departures/arrivals.
Hurtigruten, or the coastal express, the famous shipping line between Bergen and Kirkenes, calls at Trondheim harbour every day of the year, both on its northbound and southbound journeys.
There is an express bus service to/from Bergen and Oslo every day, departing from and arriving at Trondheim Central Station, which is also the centre for all the district buses.