Trondheim is Norway’s third largest city, and it is a lively place with lots of university students. There is a lot to see and do here. The port’s fish market is the place to grab a couple of fish cakes (a must!), look at boats and people watch. There are lots of museums in town, and the 12th century cathedral – Nidaros Domkirke, Scandinavia’s largest medieval building – is its biggest draw card. If old buildings are your thing, Trondheim also has Scandinavia’s largest wooden palace, which is now the official royal residence. Pleasant and beautiful, if architecture and fish cakes isn’t enough to entice you to come for a visit, the fact that you will have been in a city founded by a Viking king more than one thousand year ago might just do it.