Why visit Helsinki?

Finland's southernmost city, Helsinki, is situated on a peninsula in the Gulf of Finland. The National Museum, which covers Finnish history from the Stone Age to the present, is one of the organizations that border the city's main avenue, Mannerheimintie. The massive Parliament House and the modern art museum Kiasma are located on Mannerheimintie as well. Overlooking a harbor is the elaborate red-brick Uspenski Cathedral.

Things Polari Travel recommend to do in Helsinki 

  • Suomenlinna
  • Helsinki Cathedral
  • Esplanadi
  • Temppeliaukio Church
  • Seurasaari Island
  • Uspenski Cathedral
  • Old Market Hall
  • Urban Sauna visit
  • Linnanmäki
  • Helsinki design
  • National Museum of Finland
  • Wooden House Districts

+ Many more

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