Congresses in Norway
Stavanger, the oil capital of Norway, hosts a number of congresses every year, national fairs and international events.
The city is characterized by the many international companies having their offices here. Still the vicinity to spectacular Norwegian countryside makes this friendly west coast town both urban and tranquil.
Stavanger is home to Norway’s largest conference hall. The Stavanger Forum has a total of 30 meeting rooms offering capacities from 2 to 1 707 people. The premises with its 15 000sq.m are newly refurbished and modern.
Trondheim is the official Norwegian Congress & Convention city, with a rich selection of hotels, meeting and exhibition centres. Here you will find Central-Norway’s largest meeting & exhibition centres Trondheim Spektrum, Nidarøhallene. This centre is beautifully located alongside the water and is within very easy reach of the centre.
The town’s location close to countryside and grand nature, just like all cities in Norway, gives endless opportunities for an impressing social programme. Ask us for excursions, visits, dinners and activities.
Trondheim is a favourite of mine. Why? I believe that it is thanks to the pleasant atmosphere, the architecture, the friendly people and the amazing views. We took a stroll along the waterfront, visited the enormous Cathedral and enjoyed superb food at one of the many restaurants. Today, working with Trondheim as a destination, I have also gotten to know many of the hotels, restaurants and activities and tours that can be offered and I am convinced that this is a gem for incentives. And not to forget – for conferences! Says Maria Wirén, Head of Department Oslo