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Top Choice Market in Trondheim

Bryggerekka Bruktmarked

Along the waterfront close to where Kongens gate hits the water, the colourful wharfside warehouses provide a lovely backdrop for this summer-only Sunday flea market. It's mostly antiques, secondhand and the occasio…
Top Choice Homewares in Trondheim

Ting

Modern designer homewares dominate this funky Norwegian chain – it's all about Scandinavian cool without an outrageous price tag. A couple of doors up, Småting brings its creative eye to children's toys.
Design in Trondheim

Sukker

Designer just about anything is what this gorgeous little boutique is all about – jewellery and other accessories, clothing, artworks, ceramics, homewares…the designers actually run the shop and you'll want to spend…
Toys in Trondheim

Småting

The children's version of Ting, a few doors up: here you'll find a host of stylish, creative children's toys and games for the little ones in your life.
Ceramics in Trondheim

Elin Aune

This family has been making local ceramics since 1797 and it shows – this handmade pottery using hand-drawn designs has the charm of local industry and design that mass-produced ceramics will never match. There are …
Food in Namsos

Aakervik

This gourmet-food shop is a great place to buy wild salmon and other fish, reindeer, roe deer and elk. The interior is a mini-menagerie of stuffed animals and birds eyeing you glassily from all angles; pay your resp…
Stationery in Trondheim

Søstrene Grene

Very cool stationery items and a few homewares in pastel hues – most things on sale here capture that Scandinavian flair for design in a trendy but understated way.
Fashion & Accessories in Trondheim

Moods of Norway

The quirky fashions of this stunning Norwegian success story make a virtue out of eccentricity. Bright colours and harmless fun are recurring themes.
Arts & Crafts in Trondheim

Husfliden

Need a bunda for Norwegian national day? Or simply on the lookout for a traditional Norwegian gift? Husfliden is your place.
Books in Trondheim

Norli

Norway's largest bookshop chain has a downtown store with a terrific selection of books in English on the 2nd floor.