Trondheim has plenty to offer those who love to shop. Get to know the biggest malls in the Trøndedal capital, and find out where to get the best bargains.

    It is inevitable that you will find many large local chains in several shopping malls, so it's worth getting an idea of what makes each of these shopping experiences unique. It's the small independent shops, not to mention eateries, that really add something to the big shopping malls.

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    Byhaven

    Heart of the city has all you need

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    Byhaven is one of the most central and urban places to find several shops under one roof in Trondheim. Several of the store names here are known to shopping enthusiasts from all over the country, while others are part of Trondheim's own history, and have chosen to establish themselves in the community that is Byhaven.

    14 of the shops here specialise in clothing and fashion in one form or another, but there are still around 30 other shops and restaurants that you can stop in for whatever you need.

    Lokasi: Olav Tryggvasons Gate 28, 7011 Trondheim, Norway

    Buka: Monday-Friday: 09.00-20.00. Saturday: 10.00-18.00. Sunday: closed.

    Telepon: +47 73 80 90 70

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    City Lade

    Out on Lade, with a short way to Ringve and Koteng

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    The Lade peninsula is full of history, and City Lade itself is located right next to Haakon VIIs gate, once the runway at Trondheim's nearest city airport. City Lade is the last rampart you see before you really feel like you're leaving the city, but is, in the immediate vicinity of the centre, enjoying full growth with new apartment buildings, sports grounds and other experience centres.

    The shopping centre itself is said to be the largest in Trondheim when it opened in 2004, and has shops in all categories within its walls.

    Lokasi: Haakon VIIs gate 9, 7041 Trondheim, Norway

    Buka: Monday-Friday: 09.00-21.00. Saturday: 09.00-20.00. Sunday: closed.

    Telepon: +47 455 15 310

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    City Syd

    Shopping has never been easier

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    Tiller, home to City Syd, is one of the first things you see when approaching Trondheim from the south. And once you get here, you realise it's going to be had to keep your bank account as well-stocked on departure as on arrival.

    City Syd is just one of several places where you can flex your shopping muscles, and the selection of shops here is second to none compared to other nearby centres. But City Syd has Vinmonopolet, and therefore attracts many of the most loyal customers.

    Lokasi: Østre Rosten 28-30, 7075 Tiller, Norway

    Buka: Monday-Friday: 09.00-21.00. Saturday: 09.00-20.00. Sunday: closed.

    Telepon: +47 72 89 42 00

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    Lade Arena

    A stone's throw from the centre

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    Haakon VII's gate was once the runway to Lade Airport, but now you can land at the Lade Arena shopping centre instead and nab a bargain or two. Lade Arena is not the type of shopping centre for exploring small, higgledy-piggledy shops and boutiques.

    No, this is about big purchases and getting the best price for the things you need. Meanwhile, Lade Arena caters to those coming by car, with an abundance of parking spaces, and many shops aimed at drivers.

    Lokasi: Haakon VIIs gate 12, 7041 Trondheim, Norway

    Buka: Monday-Friday: 10.00-20.00. Saturday: 10.00-18.00. Sunday: closed.

    Telepon: +47 915 97 462

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    Sirkus Shopping

    Better shopping than any other circus

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    When it opened in 2012, Sirkus Shopping was the largest shopping centre in Trøndelag. With close to 100 stores in almost all categories, everyone in the family will find something they want to spend both time and money on here!

    The location of the centre couldn't be better, halfway between Strindheim and Lade, and with Innherredsveien right on your doorstep. This makes it easy to get here by both car and public transport. But if you take the bus, keep in mind that it is easy to get carried away by the many bargains.

    Lokasi: Falkenborgvegen 1, 7044 Trondheim, Norway

    Buka: Monday-Friday: 09.00-21.00. Saturday: 09.00-20.00. Sunday: closed.

    Telepon: +47 414 07 777

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    StorM Senter

    Great place to shelter from the rain

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    Well located on Tiller among the other stores, you can't help but visit StorM once you're in the area. The shopping centre is set up around one of Trøndelag's largest furniture stores, but has more than just interiors to offer.

    Here you'll find all you need for your car, and a large children's equipment store. As you might think, the best way to get here is by car. This means you can also make use of the many free parking spaces outside the centre.

    Lokasi: Ivar Lykkes veg 2, 7075 Tiller, Norway

    Buka: Monday-Friday: 09.00-20.00. Saturday: 09.00-18.00. Sunday: closed.

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    Solsiden

    The shopping centre where the sun (almost) always shines

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    The delightful, bright and airy Solsiden Shopping Centre is as central as you can get in Trondheim, without actually being in Midtbyen. The centre is somewhat smaller than the big giants on the city's outskirts, but what you lose in the breadth of product range you get back many times over in well-being.

    The employees are easier to talk to and they know their stuff, which means shopping at Solsiden is never about rushing from shop to shop.

    Lokasi: Beddingen 10, 7042 Trondheim, Norway

    Buka: Monday-Friday: 09.00-21.00. Saturday: 09.00-18.00. Sunday: closed.

    Telepon: +47 456 92 134

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    Tillertorget

    A classic among like-minded people

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    With several other shopping centres as your nearest neighbours, it's not always easy to stand out on Tiller, but Tillertorget does it perfectly. This place has huge department stores that benefit from having almost the entire range available in their local warehouses rather than having to order goods for you.

    Whether you're looking for sports equipment, electrical goods, trinkets or outdoor equipment, there'll be a shop that sells it on Tillertorget. Two very popular restaurants have also established themselves here, so you won't have to leave hungry from your shopping spree.

    Lokasi: Ivar Lykkes veg 3, 7075 Tiller, Norway

    Buka: Monday-Friday: 10.00-20.00. Saturday-Sunday: 10.00-18.00

    Telepon: +47 72 89 88 00

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    Trondheim Torg

    Heart and soul of the city centre

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    Right in the heart of Midtbyen lies Trondheim Torg. In the shadow of the Olav Tryggvason statue on the square, and with the entire block between Prinsens gate, Munkegata, Kongens gate and Tinghusplassen to play, with this is one of the most impressive collections of indoor shopping opportunities in any Norwegian city.

    Here you'll find all you can think of, and even things you didn't think of. Trondheim Torg is particularly good for small and independent shops, which gives the centre an authentic atmosphere.

    Lokasi: Kongens gate 9, 7013 Trondheim, Norway

    Buka: Monday-Friday: 09.00-20.00. Saturday: 09.00-18.00. Sunday: closed.

    Telepon: +47 73 53 69 94

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    Valentinlyst senter

    Tyholt also has first-class shopping

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    If you fancy a little adventure just outside the city centre, then Valentinlyst shopping centre might just be the place for you. The centre is just a few minutes drive from Midtbyen, but still far enough away so feel calmer and less stressful. It has 25 shops that cover most of your needs.

    And the range of goods here is varied enough to inspire you to try something new before heading back to the city. Easily reached by car or public transport.

    Lokasi: Anders Estenstads veg 2, 7046 Trondheim, Norway

    Buka: Monday-Friday: 09.00-20.00. Saturday: 09.00-18.00. Sunday: closed.

    Telepon: +47 928 78 881

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