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Kristin
Kristin
August 14, 2018
Lovely walking path by the fjord
Anne Karin
Anne Karin
August 14, 2018
A beautiful and scenic 6 kms hiking path. Passing both Ladekaia and Sponhuset.
Siri
Siri
July 3, 2018
Beautiful path along the sea, ends by a picturesque cafè, just about 2 km away from where the path begins. You can take a bus out to the beginning or walk the whole way.
Sofie
Sofie
June 20, 2018
Beautiful hiking route along the sea.
Hanne &
Hanne &
June 7, 2018
Beautiful path by the sea. During the path you can stop on Ladekaia and have a good lunch or dinner

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Affordable 3 br. apt. Central. Free Park.
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Koselig 3-roms leilighet med soveplass til 6
OFURGESTGJAFI
  1. Sameiginlegt herbergi
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Hogar dulce zoologico
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Lade. By Ladestien and Ringve Musem
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Cozy appartment with amazing view

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Island
“Munkholmen (norrønt Hólmr, Niðarhólmr) is a small island of 13 acres located approx. 2 km outside Trondheim city center in the Trondheim Fjord. In the summer season, the island is now a popular departure point, with opportunities for swimming and sunbathing. There is also a café there and a small restaurant with outdoor seating. There is a boat from Ravnkloa in Trondheim. Munkholmen has a rich history and is protected. You hear about Munkholmen in Snorre, where it is called Nidarholm and was used as a courtyard. Until the Reformation, Nidarholm Monastery was on the island. In the 17th century, the name Munkholmen was used, and the fortress of Munckholm was established. Parts of the fortress is today a landmark. The fortress was used as a state prison, and the most famous prisoner sitting there was Peder Schumacher Griffenfeld. The French author Victor Hugo wrote the novel Fangen on Munkholmen about his captivity here. During World War II, the Germans built fast”
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Garður
“Ringve botanical garden and music museum is well worth the visit. The plants in the botanical garden are living collections used for research, educational purposes, and conservation of endangered species. Here you can enjoy part of the world`s great botanical diversity and learn more about it. The garden is around 32 acres and opened as part of the university in 1973. Stroll through the garden, visit the excellent music museum and have lunch in their lovely cafe. Ringve Museum is Norway's national museum for music and musical instruments, with collections from all over the world. Take a look by yourself, or enjoy the company of one of their wonderful hosts.”
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Veitingahús
“This idyllic spot is a natural stop on your hike along Ladestien. Here you can have a local treat - waffles with brown cheese, together with your coffee. Sit indoors on rainy days and enjoy the historic interior, or take a break in the small garden. Sponhuset is situated next to a family friendly beach, public toilets and parking is easily accessible. ”
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Listasafn
“Rockheim, the iconic museum of Rock and roll. The building in it self is a must see with its lights, I recommend to go after dark to see the building. ”
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History Museum
“At Ringve music museum you can get a guided tour through the Norwegian music history and experience how music and instruments have developed over time. The museum also has an outdoor botanic garden.”
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Staðsetning
Trondheim, Sor-Trondelag