The registration and information desk will open on
Thursday September 12th at 09:00 am in the main hall in Clarion Hotel & Congress
All meetings and plenary activities will take place at Clarion Hotel & Congress.
All snacks and lunches will be served at the Clarion Hotel & Congress.
Clarion Hotel & Congress is cash-free. All major debit and credit cards are accepted.
The nearest ATM is situated at Trondheim Sentralstasjon (Central Station), 600 meters from Clarion Hotel & Congress.
During the congress you can make use of free WiFi at Clarion Hotel & Congress. Just connect to ClarionConnect.
A list of restaurants in Trondheim can be found here.
If you are planning on visiting one of the restaurants on Friday we recommend that you book your table in advance as there is cultural event happening in Trondheim.
Trondheim Guide App
A useful app with the complete guide to the city.
Download for iOS / Android
Accessing the congress
Airport Express Bus
From Trondheim Airport Værnes there are two companies running Airport Express Bus services.
Værnes-Ekspressen: Have some departures during the day where the bus stops outside Clarion Hotel & Congress. It takes approx. 30 minutes from Clarion Hotel & Congress to Trondheim Airport Værnes.
Flybussen: The closest stop to Clarion Hotel is Trondheim Sentralstasjon (Central Station), from there you can walk (600 m) or take a taxi to Clarion Hotel & Congress.
Both local and regional trains stop at Trondheim Sentralstasjon (Central Station) and Trondheim Airport Værnes. The train takes about 35 minutes from the airport to Trondheim Sentralstasjon.
Bus stops closest to the hotel: Pirbadet Bus no. 46
Hurtigbåtterminalen Bus no. 19
Parking at Clarion Hotel
Public parking is possible in the basement of Clarion Hotel & Congress. Charges apply, approx. NOK 230,00 per day.
What you will see and what to do in Trondheim
The atmosphere and possibilities inherent in a small city mean that as a guest you can do a lot within a short space of time. You can experience this small-town charm with Midtbyen, Bakklandet, the culinary city Trondheim and a rich restaurant scene.Trondheim’s proud and important history has helped setting the agenda for the tremendous development the city has experienced. The name Trondheim derives from the old Norse Þróndheimr, meaning home of the strong and fertile ones.
The city was founded by Viking King Olav Tryggvason in AD 997, and occupies a special place in Norwegian culture and history. Trondheim was the nation’s first capital and continues to be the coronation city where Norway’s kings have been hailed, crowned and blessed. Trondheim is the third largest city in Norway with about 200,000 inhabitants.