The main international airport is no more than 30 kilometres away from the city centre. In addition to very frequent domestic departures and arrivals with the airlines SAS, Norwegian and Wideroe, Trondheim Airport Værnes also has direct flights from Stockholm (SAS), Copenhagen (SAS), Amsterdam (KLM), London Gatwick (Norwegian), and less frequent direct flights from Murcia, Alicante, Berlin, Barcelona, Tallinn and more.
See here for direct flights to and from Trondheim Airport Værnes. The page is in Norwegian, but there is a map showing direct flights.
Travel from the airport to Trondheim city is also easy. There are two bus companies operating the route from the airport to Trondheim city center. One of them will take you directly to the conference hotel, on request. You easily find them right outside the arrival hall and they are leaving about every 10 minutes. Price 130 NOK one way (about €13). A taxi from the airport to Trondheim costs around €75-85. Check out the prices and schedules.
Check out NSB for information about train travel in Norway.
If you really want to arrive with style, you can consider making your Trondheim visit a unique holiday. The Coastal Express (Hurtigruten) is called the most beautiful sea voyage of the world and takes you into the many Norwegian fjords before arriving Trondheim. You could start south from Bergen or north from Tromsø. Both would be a three days journey to Trondheim. Please plan well in advance.
Norway is a member of the Schengen Area. Even if you are a resident of one of the aforementioned states, it is highly recommended to bring a passport or ID card with you.
Getting around the city
Norway uses Norwegian kroner, NOK. VISA and MasterCard are widely accepted.
Further information regarding currency, please visit this site.
Norway uses the same standards as most of continental Europe.
Residential voltage: 230 V (nominal), frequency 50 Mz