Trondheim, Norway

Introduction to Trondheim, Norway

This was the first Norwegian capital, founded 1,000 years ago by Viking King Olav Trygvasson.

Founded over a thousand years ago, Trondheim is packed with interesting sights, from the Gothic-style Nidarosdomen to an eclectic choice of museums. Easy to navigate on foot, much of the city’s most interesting sights are located on a small island that can be reached via a series of walkable bridges.

The pride of Trondheim is Nidarosdomen, the world’s northernmost medieval cathedral. The majestic church towers above the city centre and is erected on the site of St. Olav’s grave where medieval pilgrims flocked to worship.

Nearby is the Archbishop’s Palace, now a museum displaying artefacts, sculpture and gargoyles from the Cathedral and surrounding area, while the Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum has stunning collections of furniture, textiles and jewellery. Sverresborg Trøndelag Folk Museum displays over 60 historic buildings and the unique Sverresborg Ski Museum traces the history of skiing in Norway from the 17th century to modern times.

Kristiansten Fortress - located east of the city centre on a tall hill side - is one of the most popular recreational areas in Trondheim. There are plenty of interesting buildings within the grounds to explore and grassy areas where you can sit down, enjoy the beautiful surroundings and take the weight off your feet.

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Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim

CITY SIGHTSEEING

  • Uncover the main sights of Trondheim – the nation’s first capital
  • Norway’s third largest city offers both historic and modern highlights
Activity Tour Panoramic Coach Tour
Price£55.00 - £45.00
DurationApproximately 3.5 Hours
LimitationLimited Capacity
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking

Admire the highlights of Trondheim, and visit the Open Air Museum as well as Norway’s national shrine – Nidaros Cathedral.

Travel from the pier through the city centre and arrive at the impressive Gothic-style Nidaros Cathedral. Enjoy a visit to the cathedral, which dates from the 12th century and is the northernmost medieval cathedral in the world. Behind the cathedral you will see another stone building dating back to the Middle Ages – the Archbishopry – which can be seen from the outside only. Next, enjoy a drive through the city and make a short stop at a viewpoint. Weather permitting, you will enjoy an excellent view of the fjord, the city and the surroundings.

Your next stop will be at the Open Air Folk Museum at Sverresborg. Buildings have been brought to this site from all over the area and reassembled to provide an authentic insight into the urban and rural culture of Trøndelag County.

Returning to the city centre, you pass the Elgseter Bridge and 200 and 300 year old warehouses along the river as you make your way back to the pier. 

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2016 NORWAY CRUISES

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? There is a moderate amount of walking during this tour, over uneven terrain and steps, therefore it is not recommended for guests with limited mobility or wheelchair users. The visit to the cathedral will be guided with a short amount of time at leisure. The cathedral can be closed at short notice due to religious functions, in which case it will be viewed from the outside only. The sights mentioned may be seen in a different order to that described.


CITY SIGHTSEEING (TOUR AW)

  • Learn all about the urban and rural culture of Trøndelag County
  • Uncover the main sights of Trondheim – the nation’s first capital
  • Norway’s third largest city offers both historic and modern highlights
Price£65.00 - £75.00
DurationApproximately 3 ½ hours
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking

Admire the highlights of Trondheim, and visit the Open Air Museum as well as Norway’s national shrine – Nidaros Cathedral.

Travel from the pier through the city centre and arrive at the impressive Gothic-style Nidaros Cathedral. Enjoy a visit to the cathedral, which dates from the 12th century and is the northernmost Medieval cathedral in the world. Behind the cathedral you will see another stone building dating back to the Middle Ages – the Archbishopry – which can be seen from the outside only. Next, enjoy a drive through the city and make a short stop at a viewpoint. Weather permitting, you will enjoy an excellent view of the fjord, the city and the surroundings.

Your next stop will be at the Open Air Folk Museum at Sverresborg. Buildings have been brought to this site from all over the area and reassembled to provide an authentic insight into the urban and rural culture of Trøndelag County.

Returning to the city centre, you pass the Elgeseter Bridge and 200 and 300-year-old warehouses along the river as you make your way back to the pier.

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2017 & 2018 NORWAY WINTER CRUISES

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? There is a moderate amount of walking during this tour, over uneven terrain and steps, therefore it is not recommended for guests with limited mobility or wheelchair users. Please bear in mind that it may be snowy or icy. Warm winter clothing and sturdy walking shoes or boots are essential. The visit to the cathedral will be guided with a short amount of time at leisure. The cathedral can be closed at short notice due to religious functions, in which case it will be viewed from the outside only. The sights mentioned may be seen in a different order to that described.


Trondheim harbour, sightseeing boat

HARBOUR SIGHTSEEING

  • Discover Trondheim from a different perspective on this boat tour
  • View the historic wharf and imposing Nidaros Cathedral 
Boat Tour
Price£30.00 - £40.00
DurationApproximately 2 Hours
LimitationLimited capacity
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking

Uncover the highlights of Trondheim as you take in a boat tour around the canal harbour, the River Nidelva and Trondheim Fjord.

Setting off, you will pass wharfs along the River Nidelva, the oldest of which date back to the 18th century. These will give an impression of the waterfront as it was and remind you of the importance of Trondheim as a merchant city. On the seafront, towards the canal, many of the wharfs were built more recently, in the 19th and 20th centuries, and are the location of shops, offices, restaurants and cafés, and they still hold a special charm.

Gamle Bybro, the Old Town Bridge, connects to the lively neighbourhood of Bakklandet with its many picturesque wooden houses painted in vivid colours. The old houses in this part of town have been re-inhabited in recent years and are today much sought-after. Glimpse Kristiansten Fortress, which consists of a central square tower for cannons, and has come to be known as the Donjon (or dungeon). The tower has four floors with gun slits in the walls, and the surrounding ramparts provided cover and munitions rooms.

You will get a good view of Trondheim from the water and have a glimpse of Munkholmen Island. The history of Munkholmen dates back more than a millennium and historical findings and writings prove that the island has been used as a place of execution, a monastery and a prison through the centuries. Today Munkholmen is a popular place for day trips, with an area for bathing. 

 
DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2016 NORWAY CRUISES

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? Please note there is walking of approximately ten minutes from your ship to the boat, and vice versa. There are steps to board the boat – a maximum of five at low tide and two or three at high tide. The tour is not recommended for wheelchair users. Layers of clothing are recommended as the back of the boat, where you could stand to take photographs, is open. Please note that the toilet facilities on the boat have a steep step to reach them and are very basic.


Medievil museum in Trondheim, Norway

MEDIEVAL WALKING TOUR

  • Discover Trondheim on this informative walking tour
  • Admire the imposing Nidaros Cathedral – renowned throughout Norway
  • Uncover the waterfront warehouses and colourful homes
Activity Tour
Price£32.00 - £42.00
DurationApproximately 3 Hours
LimitationLimited capacity
Walking level 3 - extensive walkingExtensive walking

This walking tour will take you through Trondheim’s 1,000 years of history.

Trondheim was founded by the Viking King Olav Tryggvason in the year 997. The shuttle bus will take you to the beginning of this walking tour and drop you at Skipakrok, where Olav Tryggvason first sailed in to what later became the city of Trondheim. Among the remains from these years are the Archbishop’s Palace, the oldest existing secular building in Scandinavia, and Nidaros Cathedral - Norway’s national sanctuary. Building of the cathedral began in 1070 over the tomb of St Olav. Trondheim had many stone churches in the Middle Ages but only a few still exist today. Remains of one of these churches from the medieval period can be seen at the public library, found during archaeological excavations on the site.

Your tour includes a visit to the Medieval Exhibition, which gives a vivid picture of life in Trondheim in the Catholic Middle Ages, around 1050-1537. 

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2016 NORWAY CRUISES

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? We would like to point out that it is possible to explore Trondheim independently, but this tour is for those who wish to be accompanied by a qualified guide. This is a walking tour, covering approximately five kilometres (three miles) in total, with the entire duration spent walking and standing. A certain pace will be required to keep up with the group – therefore this tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or wheelchair users. The sights may be seen in a different order to that described. The only inside visit on this tour is at the Medieval Exhibition. The tour will end at the Exhibition and you will return to the ship on your own, with enough time before sailing.


MEDIEVAL WALKING TOUR (TOUR FW)

  • Discover Trondheim on this informative walking tour
  • Admire the imposing Nidaros Cathedral – renowned throughout Norway
  • Uncover the waterfront warehouses and colourful homes
Activity Tour
Price£70.00 - £80.00
DurationApproximately 3 hours
Walking level 3 - extensive walkingExtensive walking

This walking tour will take you through Trondheim’s 1,000 years of history.

Trondheim was founded by the Viking King Olav Tryggvason in the year 997. Your walking tour will begin at Skipakrok, where Olav Tryggvason first sailed in to what later became the city of Trondheim. Among the remains from these years are the Archbishop’s Palace, the oldest existing secular building in Scandinavia, and Nidaros Cathedral - Norway’s national sanctuary. Building of the cathedral began in 1070 over the tomb of St Olav. Trondheim had many stone churches in the Middle Ages but only a few still exist today. Remains of one of these churches from the Medieval period can be seen at the public library, found during archaeological excavations on the site.

Your tour includes a visit to the Medieval Exhibition, which gives a vivid picture of life in Trondheim in the Catholic Middle Ages, around 1050-1537.

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2017 & 2018 NORWAY WINTER CRUISES

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? We would like to point out that it is possible to explore Trondheim independently, but this tour is for those who wish to be accompanied by a qualified guide. This is a walking tour, covering approximately three miles (five kilometres) in total, with the entire duration spent walking and standing. The ground will be flat and even, snowy and possibly icy. Please dress warmly – ice grips are also recommended. A certain pace will be required to keep up with the group – therefore we do not recommend the tour for guests with limited mobility or wheelchair users. The sights may be seen in a different order to that described. Please note that the only inside visit on this tour is at the Medieval Exhibition. The tour will end at the exhibition, and it will be your own responsibility to return to the ship in time for sailing. 


NEW YEAR’S EVE CONCERT AT NIDAROS (TOUR XW)

  • Admire the imposing Nidaros Cathedral
  • Be captivated by an exclusive organ concert
  • A wonderful way to celebrate New Year’s Eve
Price£70.00 - £80.00
DurationApproximately 1 ½ hours
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking

Enjoy a New Year’s Eve organ concert in Nidaros Cathedral, with its excellent acoustics. It is sure to be one of the most memorable experiences of your cruise.

Travel from the pier, through the city centre, and arrive at the impressive Gothic Nidaros Cathedral, which dates from the 12th century and is the northernmost Medieval cathedral in the world.

The Cathedral is the grave church of Saint Olav, the patron saint of Norway. In addition to it being one of Europe’s major historical pilgrim destinations, it has also hosted royal coronations and blessings.

Take your seat and an English speaking guide will provide you with a short introduction to the history of your impressive surroundings. You will then be invited to listen to an organ recital, enhanced by the excellent acoustics, before returning to your awaiting ship to continue the New Year celebrations.

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR W1727 NORWEGIAN CHRISTMAS CRUISE

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This tour involves a minimal amount  walking, over some uneven ground, that may also be snowy or icy. The western entrance of Nidaros Cathedral features ramps, allowing for easy access to the cathedral and onwards to the Octagon/High Altar in the east. Unfortunately, it is not possible to gain access to the Octagon or to the Chapter House with a wheelchair. In the nave, by the Steinmeyer Organ, there is a lift which leads you down to the cathedral’s basement, where a disabled toilet is located. The souvenir shop will be open for a short period after the concert before taking the coach back to the pier.


Girl playing instrument at music museum, Trondheim

RINGVE MUSIC MUSEUM & CONCERT

  • Ringve is Norway’s National Music Museum
  • Enjoy an insightful tour through the history of music 
  • Be captivated by a classical concert
Activity Tour
Price£35.00 - £45.00
DurationApproximately 2 Hours
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking
Free time includedFree time included

Explore the musical history of Norway and enjoy a delightful concert at Ringve.

A short drive will take you to Ringve Music Museum. As you approach you will see the old manor house situated on a hill overlooking the fjord and surrounded by an attractive park with beautiful old trees.  The museum is the only one in Norway which specialises in musical instruments from around the world. The property was bought by a member of a well-known Norwegian family - Christian Bachke.  His Russian-born wife Victoria Bachke had a strong interest in music and started collecting instruments as well as items which once belonged to famous composers. She was also the first director of the museum, which opened in 1952.

After a little time at leisure, you will enjoy a short concert during your visit to Ringve – a lovely finale to your unique tour.

TOUR DESCRIPTION IS CORRECT FOR 2016 NORWAY CRUISES

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This tour involves some walking – to reach the coach and approximately 100 metres (328 feet) to the museum, over flat and mainly even ground. You will be walking and standing for approximately 45 minutes at the museum. Much of the museum is accessible to wheelchairs, however not all parts, and all participants must be able to board the coach unaided. The concert will last approximately 15 minutes.

 

SYMBOLS: Toilets, free time, moderate walking & steps 

 


RINGVE MUSIC MUSEUM & CONCERT (TOUR EW)

  • Ringve is Norway’s National Music Museum
  • Enjoy an insightful tour through the history of music 
  • Be captivated by a classical concert
Price£55.00 - £65.00
DurationApproximately 2 hours
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking

Explore the musical history of Norway and enjoy a delightful concert at Ringve.

A short drive will take you to Ringve Music Museum. As you approach, you will see the old manor house situated on a hill overlooking the fjord and surrounded by an attractive park with beautiful old trees.  The museum is the only one in Norway which specialises in musical instruments from around the world. The property was bought by a member of a well-known Norwegian family, Christian Anker Bachke. His Russian-born wife Victoria Bachke had a strong interest in music and started collecting instruments as well as items which once belonged to famous composers. She was also the first director of the museum, which opened in 1952.

New for Winter 2017 is the Juoigat – Sami Music Journey exhibition. The  focus of this exhibition is the long and unbroken tradition of the joik as musical expression. Still used today, the joik’s origins lie in the indigenous Sami culture; and has survived despite being condemned as sinful during the Christianization of the Sami in the 19th and 20th centuries.

After a little time at leisure, during which you may wish to take a walk in the botanical garden, or further browse the exhibitions, you will enjoy a short concert during your visit to Ringve – a lovely finale to your unique tour.

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2017 & 2018 NORWAY WINTER CRUISES

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This tour involves some walking to reach the coach and approximately 100 metres (328 feet) to the museum, over flat and mainly even ground. Please bear in mind that it may be snowy or icy. You will be walking and standing for approximately 45 minutes at the museum. Much of the museum is accessible to wheelchairs, however not all parts, and all participants must be able to board the coach unaided. The concert will last approximately 15 minutes. Please note that the manor house at Ringve will not be visited on this tour – it is closed for renovation following a fire in 2016.


ROCKHEIM & RINGVE – A MUSICAL JOURNEY (TOUR HW)

  • Trondheim is home to two national music museums
  • Enjoy an insightful tour through the history of music 
  • Even for those without a great knowledge of music or musical instruments, this tour is a delight
Price£100.00 - £110.00
DurationApproximately 4 hours
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking
Free time includedFree time included

Trondheim is home to a large student population, which contributes to the city’s reputation for its music — from classical to rock.

From the pier, it is a short walk of approximately 150 metres (500 feet) to the Rockheim. The building itself is a visual attraction from the outside, with walls that glow with shifting colours and patterns throughout the night.

Rockheim is the national museum for pop and rock music. You will spend approximately one and a half hours here, browsing the wide range of interactive exhibits and objects from the museum’s collections. You will be invited to listen to concerts, use touch screens, laser pens, mixer tables and even try your hand at playing guitar. Next, board a coach to make the short journey to Ringve Music Museum.

As you approach you will see the old manor house situated on a hill overlooking the fjord and surrounded by an attractive park with beautiful old trees. The museum is the only one in Norway which specialises in musical instruments from around the world. The property was bought by a member of a well-known Norwegian family - Christian Anker Bachke.  His Russian-born wife Victoria Bachke had a strong interest in music and started collecting instruments as well as items which once belonged to famous composers. She was also the first director of the museum, which opened in 1952.

The museum guide will take you on a journey through musical history, and you will hear selected pieces from some of the various instruments on display. The collection consists of some 2,000 instruments gathered from all over the world, and will be shown to you in the former stable building.

After a little time at leisure, you will enjoy a short concert during your visit to Ringve – a lovely finale to your unique tour.

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This tour involves a moderate amount of walking to reach the Rockheim Museum and approximately 100 metres (328 feet) to Ringve Museum, over flat and mainly even ground. Please bear in mind that it may be snowy or icy. You will be walking and standing for two and a half hours in total. Most of the museum is accessible to wheelchairs, however not all parts, and all participants must be able to get on and off the coach unaided. The concert at Ringve will last approximately 15 minutes. Please note that the manor house at Ringve will not be visited on this tour – it is closed for renovation following a fire in 2016.


Tramshavn Railway, Trondheim

THAMSHAVN RAILWAY

  • Discover the Thamshavn Railway - built to carry copper from the mines at Løkken
  • Savour Norway’s beautiful scenery as you travel on Norway's first electrified railway
  • Today it is the world's oldest narrow gauge railway, running on alternating current
Train Tour
Price£70.00 - £60.00
DurationApproximately 4.5 hours
LimitationLimited Capacity
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking

Travel along the shores of the Trondheimsfjord – at 126 kilometres (80 miles), it is the third longest fjord in Norway. Travelling through the suburbs, you will later reach Gaulosen, a branch of the main fjord, before following the Orkdalsfjord to the village of Orkanger.

Depart the quayside and head up the river before arriving in Bardshaug Station, where you will board a train on the narrow gauge Thamshavn Railway, which opened as a vintage railway in 1983, and with carriages dating back to 1908. During World War II, several sabotage attempts were made on the line, which has always been privately owned. All the locomotives were destroyed and today you will find memorials in commemoration of the dramatic events that took place.

Arriving at Løkken Station, you will change transport and board a coach for the short drive up to the old mine, where there was extensive activity from 1654 to 1987. The next part of the tour will be on foot. The one kilometre (three quarters of a mile) route takes you through narrow corridors and large rooms.

Following this interesting visit, continue by coach down the valley to Svorkmo, past Svork Lake and through farmlands before joining the main road between Oslo and Trondheim which will lead you back to the quayside and your awaiting ship. 

 
DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2016 NORWAY CRUISES

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? There is a moderate amount of walking during this tour - approximately 40 minutes in the old mine. There are three steps to board the train, and two flights of steps and several single steps inside the mine, therefore we do not recommend the tour for guests with limited mobility and wheelchairs cannot be accommodated. It is also not suitable for guests who suffer from claustrophobia. Please note that this tour may operate in reverse, with the coach journey before the train ride.


Trondheim Street Car, Norway

TRONDHEIM BY VINTAGE TROLLEY CAR

  • Step back in time as you travel in a vintage trolley car  
  • Take a scenic ride from Trondheim up into the surrounding countryside
Activity Tour
Price£45.00 - £35.00
DurationApproximately 2 hours
LimitationLimited Capacity
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking

Take a ride on a vintage trolley – Gråkallbanen in Trondheim, which is the world’s northernmost tram system.

Depart from the pier by coach to St Olav’s Street in the city centre, where you board the Gråkallbanen Trolley Line, which is approximately nine kilometres (five miles) in length. The trolley, which began in 1924, has been a familiar part of everyday life in Trondheim for years, running to and from the city centre to Lian in Bymarka – the a popular summer and winter recreation area.

The trolley ride passes through an area with picturesque old wooden houses in vivid colours, most of which were built after a devastating fire in 1842. You will also pass the old fortification dating back to the 16th century, before climbing Byåsen Hill for splendid views of the calm River Nid, the cathedral, fjord and neighbouring fertile valleys. After the trolley ride you will continue by coach though new and old Trondheim, the cathedral and the red-painted Bridge of Fortune, before returning to the pier. 

 
DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2016 NORWAY CRUISES

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This tour involves some walking – to reach the coach and when changing from coach to trolley, and vice versa. There are two high steps to board the trolley. This tour is considered suitable for guests with limited mobility, provided they can board the coach and trolley unaided, however wheelchair users cannot be guaranteed. The trolley ride will last approximately 25 minutes. Please note that personal belongings should not be left on the coach, as it may not be the same coach that will take you back to the ship after the trolley ride. Please note that there is limited leg room in the vintage car.


Kayaking in Trondheim, Norway

TRONDHEIM KAYAK

  • Admire Trondheim from the water 
  • Embark on an amazing kayaking adventure
  • Paddle gently through the beautiful Nidelven River 
Activity Tour
Price£70.00 - £80.00
DurationApproximately 2.5 Hours
LimitationLimited capacity
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking

Discover a different side of Trondheim as you enjoy a kayaking trip on the river.

You will have a short, unguided, coach transfer to the starting point of your kayak adventure. After being given an introduction to the art of kayaking, along with a safety briefing, you will collect your equipment.

Next you commence an approximate one and a half hour kayaking trip down the Nidelven River, which runs through Trondheim. Experience Trondheim from a unique perspective and discover many of the highlights of the city from the river. You are guaranteed an exciting and refreshing experience, and will truly see Trondheim in a new light. After your kayaking experience, you will leave the river behind and return to the ship on foot.

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2016 NORWAY CRUISES

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? As well as the kayaking, for which you should have a general level of fitness, there will be a walk of approximately 20 minutes at the end of your tour. This tour is suitable for children aged eight years and over – all children must be accompanied by an adult. All kayaks will be doubles and life jackets will be provided. You will have to sign an insurance waiver before commencing the kayaking. Please note that the tour may be cancelled at short notice if there is bad weather, in which case a full refund will be given. 
 

TRONDHEIM TROLLEY & BUS (TOUR CW)

  • Step back in time as you travel in a vintage trolley car 
  • Enjoy a scenic ride from Trondheim up into the surrounding countryside
Price£55.00 - £65.00
DurationApproximately 2 hours
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking

Take a ride on a vintage trolley, — Gråkallbanen, which is the world’s northernmost tram system

Depart from the pier by coach to St Olav’s Street in the city centre, where you board the Gråkallbanen Trolley Line, which is approximately nine kilometres (five miles) in length. The trolley, which began in 1924, has been a familiar part of everyday life in Trondheim for years, running to and from the city centre to Lian in Bymarka — a popular summer and winter recreation area.

The trolley ride passes through an area with picturesque old wooden houses in vivid colours, most of which were built after a devastating fire in 1842. You will also pass the old fortification dating back to the 16th century, before climbing Byåsen Hill for splendid views of the calm River Nid, the cathedral, fjord and neighbouring fertile valleys. After the trolley ride you will continue by coach through new and old Trondheim, passing the Market Square with the impressive statue of Viking King Olav Tryggvason, the cathedral and the red-painted Bridge of Fortune, before returning to the pier.

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2017 & 2018 NORWAY WINTER CRUISES

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This tour involves some walking to reach the coach and when changing from coach to trolley, and vice versa. There are two high steps to board the trolley. Please bear in mind that the ground may be snowy or icy. This tour is considered suitable for guests with limited mobility, provided they can board the coach and trolley unaided, however wheelchair users cannot be guaranteed. The trolley ride will last approximately 25 minutes. Please note that personal belongings should not be left on the coach, as it may not be the same coach that will take you back to the ship after the trolley ride. Please note that there is limited legroom in the vintage car.


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