Trøndelag is in central Norway and is often said to represent the whole country in miniature. There is a fjord coast, bare plateaus and mountains, waterfalls, small towns with wooden buildings and finally one of Norway's most important cities, Trondheim.
The region is well known to enthusiasts of active leisure, and the richness of activity means that you can come here at any time of the year. In summer, hiking trails lead through the mountainous areas of the region and over the fjords, at sea you can see boats intended for fishing as well as kayaks and smaller boats. In winter, cross-country and downhill skiing are popular, and there is a ski jump above Trondheim.
The largest city in the region of Trondheim is Norway's third largest center. Its most important monument is the northernmost Gothic cathedral, in which Norwegian kings are consecrated. The city is also a thriving cultural center with numerous museums and festivals.
An interesting place is the mining town of Røros inscribed on the UNESCO list. In addition to the historic copper mines open to the public, one can see here one of the largest wooden building complexes in Norway from the 17th-19th centuries.