Beyond the Bakke bru bridge, tiny Bakklandet is Trondheim’s own “Left Bank”, a one-time working-class district of brightly painted timber houses that now holds a battery of quaint cafés and restaurants, including some of Trondheim’s best. Bakklandet abuts the Gamle Bybro (Old Town Bridge), a quaint wooden structure offering splendid views over Kjøpmannsgata’s eighteenth-century gabled and timbered warehouses, now mostly restaurants and offices.

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