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Helsinki, the modern and cosmopolitan capital of Finland situated on the Baltic Sea, is a city with over half a million residents. Helsinki offers lots to see, do and experience year round. Discover the maritime appeal, unique design and architecture attractions, exciting food culture, great shopping opportunities and over 3,000 lively events held each year. Feel the cultural influences from both the East and West, meet the friendly locals and enjoy the slow rhythm of urban Helsinki. Explore and be inspired: www.visithelsinki.fi.
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Do and see
Helsinki is a great city to wander around in, and many attractions are located within walking distance from the town centre. But, if you need to rest your legs or maybe don’t have much time, the tram is an excellent option! It will take you around the city in an effective way and you will be able to see many interesting things along your journey.
Suomenlinna Maritime Fortress
Suomenlinna is one of seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Finland. The ferry ride itself is a fun experience, allowing you to see and photograph Helsinki from the sea. Suomenlinna attracts visitors of all ages with its bastion walls, canons, tunnels, museums, restaurants and more!
Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma
Kiasma breaks the barriers of traditional art museums with exhibitions that provoke and invite debate. The building itself is a work of art.
National Museum of Finland
Housed in a magnificent Jugend building, the museum presents the largest permanent exhibition of archaeology in the country and introduces visitors to Finnish life before industrialisation.
Esplanade Park
Situated in the heart of Helsinki, the Esplanade serves as a promenade for tourists and a place to relax for city residents. The park and the Espa Stage host many popular events, including the Marimekko Fashion Show and raising of the midsummer pole accompanied by folk dancing in June and the Jazz-Espa concert series on weekdays throughout July.
Kamppi Chapel of Silence
Kamppi Chapel of Silence is located in a corner of the Narinkkatori square in Helsinki, at the entrance of the Kamppi shopping center. The Chapel is intended to be a place where people can have a moment of silence and meet each other. It offers an opportunity to calm down in the middle of perhaps the busiest area in Finland. The entrance to the chapel works as an exhibition area as well where it is possible to the meet the priest and the social worker.
Market Square
The Market Square is Helsinki's most international and famous market. The booths here sell traditional market foods and treats, as well as handicrafts and souvenirs. There is also a heated café tent where you can comfortably sip steaming hot coffee even on the coldest days in winter.
Old Market Hall
The Old Market Hall alongside the Market Square has been a meeting place for Helsinki's food aficionados and a popular tourist attraction since it first opened in 1889. In addition to traditional treats, you can also find Japanese sushi and delicacies from Lapland.
Olympic Stadium
The Olympic Stadion, built in 1938 was designed in functionalistic style by the architects Yrjö Lindegren and Toivo Jäntti. The Olympic Games were held in 1952 in Helsinki. Today the Olympic Stadium hosts both national and international sporting events and concerts.
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 130 branches. At FOREX Bank you can buy foreign currency free of charge, at hours that suit you.
Arriving in Helsinki
Helsinki can easily be reached from anywhere in the world. By plane - Around 200 international flights a day arrive at Helsinki Airport, which is situated 19 kilometres from the centre of Helsinki and can be reached by car in approximately 25 minutes. You can also take a taxi, the Finnair airport bus or Bus 615 as well as the Ring Rail Line train to the Central Railway Station. A taxi to city centre costs approximately 35 euros. www.finavia.fi/home By train - There are excellent train connections from Helsinki to all major towns in Finland as well as to Lapland. There is also a daily train service to St. Petersburg and Moscow. The Central Railway Station is a landmark unto itself in Helsinki. www.vr.fi/en By bus - Buses from all around Finland arrive to the central bus station, from the largest cities approximately every hour. www.matkahuolto.fi/en/ By ferry - There are daily ferry services to Helsinki from Estonia, Sweden and Germany. All the ferry companies offer also possibility to take a car with you. www.portofhelsinki.fi/frontpage, www.eckeroline.fi/en, www.lindaliini.ee/en, www.tallinksilja.com/en/, www.vikingline.fi/en
Public Transport
With a single ticket you can hop aboard trams, busses, the metro and even the ferry to Suomenlinna – why not to try for instance a sightseeing tour on tram routes 2 and 3. Single tickets can be purchased from the driver and from ticket machines. Day tickets are available for unlimited use on public transportation for 1-7 days. They can be purchased from ticket machines, from the Tourist Information or from the Helsinki City Transport service point in the Central Railway Station. One day ticket is also sold by the drivers. www.hsl.fi/EN/ticketsandfares/singleticketsanddaytickets Regional tickets allow the holder to travel freely in Helsinki, Espoo, Kauniainen and Vantaa. Regional tickets and regional tourist tickets can be purchased eg. from ticket machines. Some Helsinki Region Transport (HSL) buses and trams offer free wireless internet access. Look for the WLAN sticker on the front window or door of participating buses and trams. Helsinki Card holders can travel free of charge on public transportation within the city. www.helsinkiexpert.com/helsinki_card Helsinki Region Transport www.hsl.fi/EN Journey Planner: Find the quickest route from A to B http://aikataulut.hsl.fi/reittiopas/en/
Tourist Information
Helsinki Tourist Information Address: Pohjoisesplanadi 19 Tel: +358 9 3101 3300 tourist.info@hel.fi www.visithelsinki.fi Opening hours: 15 May-14 Sept: Mon-Fri 9am-8pm, Sat-Sun 9am-6pm. 15 Sept-14 May: Mon-Fri 9am-6pm, Sat-Sun 10am-4pm. Helsinki Region Tourist Information Helsinki Airport, Terminal 2, Arrival Hall 2 airport.info@hel.fi Open 24-hours, desk manned daily 10am-8pm May to September and 10am-6pm and Sun 12noon-6pm October to April. During the summer season from June until the end of August, Helsinki Helpers patrol the inner city and cruise harbours, providing numerous tips on interesting sights, events, restaurants, shopping venues and various travel services.
Country code: + 358 Area code: (0)9
Free WiFi in Helsinki
The city of Helsinki offers a free WLAN-service for residents and travelers alike. No passwords or registration required. Just look for "Helsinki City Open WLAN" from the available networks.
Taxis are easy to hail in the city centre except during the busiest periods. Taxi stands are conveniently located throughout the centre. Taksi-Helsinki Tel. +358 100 0700 (1,17€/call +0,25€/10 seconds + local call charge) www.taksihelsinki.fi/en Airport Taxi Yellow Line Tel. +358 600 555 555 (1,99 €/call+local call charge). From airport to city centre with special price. www.airporttaxi.fi/index_airporttaxi_en.html Lähitaksi Tel. +358 100 7300 (1,17€/call+0,17€/10 seconds +local call charge) www.lahitaksi.fi/en
24-hour service: Yliopiston Apteekki Address: Mannerheimintie 96 Other pharmacies in the city centre: Yliopiston Apteekki, Mannerheimintie 5, open daily 7am-12midnight Apteekki Bulevardia, Bulevardi 13, open Mon-Fri 8:30am-7pm, Sat 10am-4pm