Hurtigruten Port Transfers Shuttles
KKN airport port transfers
Along the northern shores of Norway’s island-strewn colonies, the colorful boat houses of Trondheim offer guests a scenic arrival through its connected Hurtigruten Port. The port is located on the northeast side of town, surrounded by nearby exhibits and theme parks perfect for getting lost in immediate attractions, either through the nine bus lines departing a station within walking distance from the cruise terminal, or the Trondheim Hurtigbåtterminal Ferry Terminal a bit further. Keep focused by reserving a private vehicle ideal for long solo drives across the fjord-lined countryside instead, choosing between the intimacy of a sedan or enough room to carry a dozen passengers across towering mountain peaks via van. Meet-and-greet services offer convenient drop offs instead, not only through the beauty of local personal drivers interested in discovering the region’s rich Nordic culture but a taxi that can offer fast-paced drop offs from point A to point B.
With a modern art scene juxtaposed by an astounding 11th-century architecture showcasing the sudden rise in Nordic Goth super powers, guests visiting the area can expect to find a miso-mash of attractions. Close to the port is the modern all-day excitement of Pirbadet Waterpark and its many slides and pools, as well as a look at Norway’s most beloved distractions at the Rockheim’s showcase of the country’s role in pop music. A more genuine exhibit worth checking out is the Trondheim Maritime Museum, a small cottage building home to old wooden ships and relaxed garden courtyards worthy of meaningful conversation. A vast array of both industrial and colorful modern designs are also located in the National Museum of Decorative Arts, a comfy indoor hideaway nestled north of downtown’s museum district, while just east of town rests the Kristiansten Festning Fortress and its quietly windy lookouts from old canons.