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Tampere, a young and vibrant place, is the third largest city in Finland and located deep in Lake District. With everything within walking distance, this is yet another example of a revitalization and refurbishment of an industrial heartland. At night the city lights up like a newly decorated Christmas tree. With architecture ranging from medieval churches to the ultra-modern Metso Library and superb theatres you are in for some real treats. From the traditional sauna to a taste of black Finnish sausage, this is a city full of surprises.
Stockholm Arlanda - Tampere
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Lenin Museum

Everything you always wanted to know about Lenin can be found in one building, packed with relics from his life. This is where you get a chance to see the couch he slept on in Helsinki Library and to buy some very unusual gifts such as Lenin coffee and Lenin shirts, busts and posters. He lived in Finland 1905-1907.

Hämeenpuisto 28, Tampere
Särkänniemi Adventure Park

Containing the tallest observation tower in the Nordic countries, you might like to try the revolving restaurant at the top of the 168 metre tower. The park has all the usual attractions with an added taste of Finland.

Laiturikatu 1, Tampere


Näsinneula is not cheap but offers a fantastic view from the observation tower. Their Finlandia menu is quite superb as are their many Finnish delicacies.

Laiturikatu 1, Tampere

Telakka is not only a restaurant, but also a cultural centre. You can find this restaurant located inside an old storehouse.

Tullikamarin Aukio 3, Tampere
Tampere Market Hall

Tampere Market Hall is a perfect place to take in the local culture. Here you can sample some of the regional dishes and visit specialty shops at the largest market hall in Scandinavia.

Tampere Markethall, Tampere
Tulenkantajat - Literature Center

This Literature center breathes the spirit of Finnish poetry. Come here to listen to a reading, join a book release or hand out with aspiring writers in the lovely cafe. Besides, you can spend hours to browse through the well-equipped bookstore.

Hämeenpuisto 25, Tampere

Exchange Office

FOREX Bank is since 1965 the Scandinavian market leader in foreign currencies. Since mid-2003 FOREX Bank also offers a growing range of other banking services deposits, loans, payment services, transaction services and credit and debit cards. FOREX Bank is centrally located throughout Scandinavia with more than 110 branches. At FOREX Bank you can buy foreign currency free of charge, at hours that suit you.

Tampere-Pirkkala Airport

Tampere-Pirkkala Airport is located approximately 17 kilometres from the centre. Parking and car rental services, like Avis, Europcar and Hertz, are available at the airport. Paunu Bus 61 goes from Terminal 1 to the centre of the city, the journey takes about 35 minutes. www.paunu.fi Tokee Bus operates from Terminal 2 and the railway station. The journey takes about 30 minutes. www.airpro.fi Taxis can be found in front of Terminal 1. You can book a taxi in advance or call one at the stand. The journey takes about 20 minutes to the centre. www.taksitampere.fi www.raumair.fi

Tampere-Pirkkala Airport, Tampere