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Trondheim vs Oslo Norway

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We're going on a Hurtigruten trip this fall. On the way north, we have a 4 hour stop in Trondheim. My DH has some difficulty walking so won't be able to rush around and see everything. On the trip south, we disembark in Trondheim.

Our current plan and hotel reservations follow:
. spend the dis-embarkment day sightseeing and stay overnight in Trondheim
. following day, take train to Oslo
. will have a few hours that day to see sights in Oslo plus the whole following day

Or should we:
. immediately board train in Trondheim when we disembark and spend 2 nights in Oslo
rather than splitting it between the 2 cities

Is there much to see in Trondheim? The original thought of staying there was to have a bit of a break between the ship and a 6+ hour train ride.

Your thoughts?

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