103 Trondheim Cruise Reviews

Daylight, icy and a short walk from the town, we only had a couple of hours here and by the time you find your way around it is time to return to the ship. But it was nice to wander around.
Daylight, icy and a short walk from the town, we only had a couple of hours here and by the time you find your way around it is time to return to the ship. But it was nice to wander around. Read Less
Sail Date November 2009
Easy to explore on foot. The first hotel you encounter from the quay ( a Rica one I think) has an interesting free permanent modern art exhibition.The cathedral was worth seeing although not open when we visited.  
Easy to explore on foot. The first hotel you encounter from the quay ( a Rica one I think) has an interesting free permanent modern art exhibition.The cathedral was worth seeing although not open when we visited.   Read Less
Sail Date September 2009
A lovely place with nice shopping malls. Some superb buildings and scenery. Tromso: Fabulous place. Take the cable car for a breathtaking ride. Take the Funicular railway to the cliff top overlooking the city...what a view! You may have ... Read More
A lovely place with nice shopping malls. Some superb buildings and scenery. Tromso: Fabulous place. Take the cable car for a breathtaking ride. Take the Funicular railway to the cliff top overlooking the city...what a view! You may have to queue to go on the cable car, but take and organised trip on a coach around the city to learn about the culture. The saila away from Tromso SOuth was the best scenery of the whole cruise. North Cape: Just to say "I've been there" should be enough. To stand on the Northern most tip of Europe in good weather was great. The view actually isn't that inspring though and the cafe and restarant doesn't offer that much inspiration either.....however, you must go! Read Less
Sail Date July 2009

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