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The capital feels just great! Travel to Finland and visit Helsinki! Call it coincidence, but we are about to arrange some magical Helsinki tours to show you all the Helsinki sightseeing diamonds. There is no need to wait for a special offer – it is all here, all for you, so take tours and explore amazing Helsinki travel attractions. Visit Helsinki and meet extremely friendly locals while traveling, who smile and enjoy every single day in this compelling city. Helsinki city tours will prove – streets of old town are filled with attractive restaurants, boutiques, and cafes. Wait, we almost forgot about the sauna… This is really important reason to visit Helsinki. Want to hear about some more places to visit in Helsinki? Let’s talk about architecture! Not without a reason Finns have a great band called Architecture in Helsinki… Modernism, functionalism and Art Nouveau – no need to tell more, you will find it on Helsinki tours! Hope you are not tired, we have to travel through the shoreline and admire sea attractions! It all gathers the tempting Helsinki sightseeing package! So… visit Helsinki and get excited about remarkable places to visit in Helsinki.
Population: 642,045 (2017)
Area: 214.21 km2
Postal code: 00100 – 01610
Area code: +358-9
Rank in the country: 1st in Finland
Rock Church is no doubt one of the most unique and special churches not only in Finland but in the world. Underground interior of the Temppeliaukio Church was carved out of and built straight in the ancient solid rock of the Helsinki peninsula. During the day, sunlight floods into the main chamber through the circular skylight in the central dome which creates magical atmosphere in it. The church is also used as a concert hall due to its exceptional acoustics. So there is no surprise that the Rock Church is one of the most visited places in Finland, is there?
Seaside Amble is one of the highly recommended places to visit and take a walk at if you want to get to know Helsinki better. There is a seven kilometers trail following which you will get a chance to see Hietaniemi Beach – the best sandy bay in Helsinki, – the Sibelius Monument and several beautiful parks. During the summer, buy a big cone of ice cream from local sellers, watch the yachts sail by and simply enjoy the calm yet charming atmosphere of Finland’s capital city.
National Museum of Finland is one of the best places to visit in order to learn more about the rich history of Finland. The museum demonstrates Finnish history from prehistoric times to modern days. In the museum, there is also an interactive exhibition open which will let you experience history through participation. Oh, and there are many days throughout the year when the entrance is free, so make sure to check it out!
Market Square is a great place to visit while traveling in Helsinki because it is one of the most famous outdoor market in northern Europe. Alongside a few cafes, the market sells a great variety of traditional and fresh Finnish food, flowers and tourist souvenirs, so if you’re looking for some gifts to bring back home here you will definitely find something you like. The market is open from early spring to early autumn and on the first Friday of every month offers a special treat for car lovers because a great deal of American cars are being displayed.
Linnanmäki is an outstanding amazement park that is visited by more than a million tourists alone every year. Why? Well, it is full of amazing and thrilling rides, a water tower, a switchback, a giant wheel, amusement arcades, shops and restaurants.Visitors of all ages will find something interesting and entertaining for them, because the Linnanmaki park offers not only chilling rides but also plenty of child-friendly shows. So be sure to make some time for a day full of fun and wide smiles!
Finnjavel is a perfect place to dine that combines traditional Finnish cuisine and modern Finnish design. The restaurant is located in an old stone house, in the central harbour area of Helsinki. Here you can try a tasting menu of 7 or even more Finnish dishes so it is loved by both locals and tourists.
Old Market Hall is a great place for lunch and trying various typical Finnish specialties. Here you can also find fish, pastried, bread, spices, you name it! It is best to visit the hall on an empty stomach so you can try as much of the delicious Finnish food as you possibly can because you are very not likely to regret it.
Cafe Regatta is located on the waterside in a historic wooden cottage with great outdoor tables on the bay. It is loved by locals as well as tourists because of the amazing cinnamon buns and coffee. The cafe also has an open bonfire so you can even buy and barbeque your own sausages so they’d be just as crispy as you like it!
Olo is a Michelin starred restaurant situated in the very heart of Helsinki. It is located in a beautiful 19th century harbourside mansion and offers a rich and sophisticated menu. Just don’t forget to book your tables in advance and to pay for the outstanding quality food more than at a regular restaurant, but it has a Michelin star for a reason and you should definitely try it of you get the chance.
Juuri is one of the best places to try sapas, a Finnish version of the famous tapas! You can choose from a wide range of ingredients to complement the sapas – from mustard and kohlrabi to to whitefish with roe and arctic char with Jerusalem artichoke. Sounds fancy, right? But don’t worry, the restaurant will not leave you penniless.
Explore Suomenlinna which is a huge man-made maritime fortress spread across seven islands. It is easily reached by ferry and includes UNESCO listed heritage monuments such as a museum, an arts avenue and a park. To visit this fortress is really one of the best things to do for any history lover.
Visit Seurasaari that has an amazing open-air museum with old peasant houses, a 17th century church and other timber buildings. It is a perfect place to visit if you want to see how Finns lived before the modern era. Visitors can also find a restaurant, a cafe, kiosks for buying souvenirs and a beach to have some fun at.
Visit Helsinki Cathedral which is also known as the while jewel of Helsinki. The cathedral is built in neoclassical style and is situated on a hill so at night in seems to shine like a beacon from the water. It probably is Helsinki’s most photographed building so if you want to take some pictures and make everybody jealous, go and check it out!
Enjoy urban sauna because can you even say that you’ve been to Finland without relaxing in their famous saunas? Don’t make the mistake on missing out on the experience, because there are plenty public saunas to choose from: they can be found in the districts of Kotiharju, Merihaka, Hermanni, and the southern end of Helsinki peninsula.
Catch a vintage tram ride and see most of central Helsinki’s top tourist attraction in only 20 minutes! You will get a multi-language leaflet so you don’t feel at a loss and know exactly what you’re looking at. It really is one of the best things to do in you want to explore the city but don’t want to be on your feet for too long.
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