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Go on a round trip in the footsteps of Elsa and Anna and create your own fairytale adventure.
Experience the mining town of Røros, which is on the UNESCO's World Heritage list, and the cultural city of Trondheim. Enjoy sights and tastes from the entire Trondelag region, and a relaxing stay at Vertshuset Røros and Britannia Hotel.
This itinerary can easily be completed by train from Oslo to Røros, by train exchange at Hamar. The trip takes a total of five hours. From Røros to Trondheim there are two to three departures every day, and the trip takes two and a half hours. Check departure times and tickets at vy.no.
Your Frozen journey begins in Røros, where you can experience a unique part of Norwegian history among historic wooden buildings, reindeers and friendly locals. Follow in Disney’s footsteps and experience the people and surroundings that inspired both Kristoff and his trusty reindeer Sven.
Røros is one of the few Norwegian mountain towns and is often called Bergstaden. The city was established on the basis of the large copper findings in the region. The mining operation made Røros a rich city, with a very characteristic wooden building and one of Norway's finest churches. The city has established itself as a center for good food experiences in Norway, with several small exciting restaurants serving locally produced food.
About Vertshuset Røros:
Vertshuset Røros is situated in Rammgården at the heart of the Røros World Heritage site.
Rammgården has a long and dramatic history, stretching back to the 17th century. The main building was taken into use as a restaurant and bar in 1967. Over the last few years it has been renovated in traditional Røros style, in consultation with the Norwegian Directorate for Cultural Heritage.
The back building has 32 cosy rooms and six apartments, all to hotel standard. The kitchen is the hotel's pride and joy, using quality local ingredients to produce gourmet meals that fuse innovation and tradition.
Dining at Vertshuset is a treat for all the senses – welcome to a cultural experience!
Day 1: Røros
Arrive in Røros - check in at Vertshuset Røros – and take a stroll in the cozy streets surrounded by log cabins and wooden houses. In the winter, you can borrow a kick and whiz through the snow-covered streets. Røros Church is one of Norway's largest wooden churches, can seat 1,600 people and is a symbol of the wealth that the copper mines gave to the city. The tower of the church is a well-known and visible landmark in the region.
In the evening, it's time to find your way to the restaurant at Vertshuset Røros for a three-course dinner.
Day 2: Røros
We recommend the following activities:
Visit the place where the Disney team got to know both reindeers and people. Rørosrein is drifted by the Nordfjell family, a South Sami family whose daily life revolves around reindeer herding. The family offer activities such as reindeer sledding, feeding or lassoing.
The farm shop is open every Saturday 10am - 2pm.
See more information at www.rorosrein.no
Horse and sleigh
Suitable for 1-4 people per sleigh, Prices from NOK 1500,- for one sleigh – room for 4 persons.
Discover Røros through a trip with sleigh or wagon.
An unforgettable way to experience the small town.
Suitable for 1-4 people. Prices from NOK 1500,- pr person.
A tour over the impressive ‘Rørosvidda’ in a a dog-sledge is an adventure. Well-trained dogs and first-class equipment.
Suitable for 1-14 persons. Prices from NOK 150,- pr person – a minimum of 4 persons to go with a local guide.
Experience the winter streets of Røros with your own kick sledge.
Suitable for 1-20 persons. Prices from NOK 140,- pr person
A visit to Olav’s mine is a story of 350 years of mining. The mine is located inside Røros mountain plateau, ca. 15km from Røros. Duration: 1 hour – (incl. Transport 2 hours)
Activities at Røros can be booked at the hotel or by e-mail email@example.com
Day 3: Røros to Trondheim
Be sure to sample more local meats and cheeses with homemade bread at the abundant breakfast buffet. Then, take some time to delve into the intriguing local history before the 2,5 hour drive to Trondheim.
Røros was once an important center for copper mining and the industry has left a significant mark on the area. Today, the town and parts of the surrounding landscape are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The volume of authentic wooden buildings from lining the streets is rare in Norway and wandering between them feels like taking a step back in time. The buildings, along with the preserved history of the copper works and the unique culture that developed in the harsh conditions, contribute to its listed status.
The museum at the site of the former smelter, “Smelthytta”, provides a concise and fascinating insight into how mining methods developed over the centuries. A perfect complement to the museum is a tour through the disused Olavsgruva mine, 13 kilometers away.
Kafestuggu is Røros’ oldest café and once again, local products like reindeer punctuate the menu. For a tasty souvenir, the supermarkets stock many regional specialties including flatbread, dairy products, and sausages.
One farm which sells direct is Galåvolden Gård, about a 10 minute drive from Røros. The farm sells their cheese, eggs, meat, ice cream and more. Farm visits are available on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and on Saturdays in July from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Make your way to Trondheim and upon arriving, check in to the luxurious Britannia Hotel and prepare for dinner and drinks at Brasserie Britannia.
After an ambitious makeover, Britannia Hotel has reopened as one of the best hotels in Norway. Situated in the heart of Trondheim, the hotel has long been an icon of the city. Six restaurants and bars are an indulgence for the senses, in venues that have hosted royalty and intrepid explorers over the years.
The hotel’s new style respects its heritage while embracing modern luxury, with handmade beds and bathrooms lined with Carrara marble. A pristine and expansive spa and fitness center encourages relaxation and rejuvenation.
Brasserie Britannia is a high-tempo, casual dining space within Britannia Hotel. The three-course menu features classic French dishes elevated with the best seasonal ingredients.
The buzzing restaurant is open all day and features an extensive drinks menu with a wide selection of beer and wine.
Day 4: Trondheim
Wake up and sit down for breakfast in Palmehaven, the exotic palm garden restaurant. The splendid buffet features award-winning Norwegian meats and cheeses and an array of fresh dishes. In addition, an à la carte menu offers barista coffee and specialties cooked to order.
Situated by the Trondheimsfjord, the city is surrounded by lovely forested hills, with the Nidelva river winding through the town. Head out and wander the city center, visiting some of the famous landmarks and attractions:
Be sure to visit the beautiful Nidaros Cathedral. Nidaros Cathedral is the world’s northernmost medieval cathedral and Norway’s national sanctuary, as well as one of the architectural elements featured in the film. A guided tour of the cathedral is offered every Saturday.
Walk over the Old City Bridge, and over to the Bakklandet neighborhood. Bakklandet is popular among residents, students and visitors to Trondheim. Here you will find excellent shopping, a great atmosphere and delicious food.
On a sunny day, take a short boat ride to Munkholmen Island. Munkholmen – The Monk’s Island – was used by the Vikings as an execution site, later a monastery was built here, and then in the 17th century it became a prison, and now it’s a popular recreation area for both Trondheim locals and tourists.
For the ultimate Frozen experience, you can also go Hunting for the northern lights on a guided tour around Trondheim. Be sure to bring your camera! Tour is available in the Northern Lights season (September to March).
Or go for a Hike in the mysterious Norwegian forest.
End your day with a visit to Britannia Spa (open from 07.00 – 21.00, for children under the age of 16 from 09.00 - 11.00) before dinner and drinks at Brasserie Britannia.
Day 5: Trondheim
Wake up and recharge at the spa or simply soak up the hotel luxury before check-out. Take a last stroll around the city center and visit some of the charming local shops where you can find local arts and crafts as well as local delicacies and traditional souvenirs.
For more tips and activities in the Trondheim area, go to:
This five-day package includes:
Activities is not included.