Jun 20, 2019 - Jun 21, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Where to stay in Helsinki
The capital of Finland, Helsinki is a compact city offering visitors something to see and do every day of the year.
The urban area of the city offers plenty of outdoor and natural attractions to explore and is a great place to check out on foot or by bicycle. In the city center, Helsinki boasts wide handsome streets and boulevards and a plentiful supply of parkland.
If walking or cycling is not your scene, Helsinki's metro is the most northerly metro in the world with six stations in the center of the city, while its tram system is the main means of getting around the city with 13 different routes servicing the Finish capital. Other means of public transport include buses, a commuter rail service and a ferry between the Kauppatori and Suomenlinna. Alternatively, if you want your own vehicle to explore Helsinki or further field, renting a car in Helsinki is an option.
Hotels in Helsinki
1. Hotel Kamp
Arguably the most luxurious hotel in the city, the Hotel Kamp is just a short walk from the Astride Esplanade Park, Helsinki's prime central location, and offers the harbor, luxury boutiques and other cultural attractions on the doorstep. Dating back to 1887, the hotel has a typically Finnish spa and sauna, while for those aiming for a more private experience the executive rooms come complete with a private sauna.
The Holiday Inn Helsinki City Center is a mid-price hotel option centrally located in Helsinki and within walking distance of Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art and minutes from Mannerheim Statue. A bus-stop outside the hotel links to route across the city – including the airport – while the Forum Shopping Mall is just a short distance away. Guests can also enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi, a mini-gym and a sauna.
The Carltona is a quirky budget choice hotel with just 21 unique rooms in the heart of Helsinki. Many of the places of interest, restaurants and activities that Helsinki has to offer are within walking distance, while Helsinki Central Railway Station, bus station, tram stops and metro station are located just next to the hotel.
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Helsinki truly surprised me with its vibrant cafe culture, surrounding nature, and relaxing saunas. I highly recommend visiting, and it feels very safe as a solo female traveler.
Helsinki it's an amazing city but the best part is for sure it surroundings full of nature. Suomenlinna and Seurasaari are little islands around the city that have pure beauty and nature. if you want to be a little bit adventorus and see the wild like of northen countries then you shoul
We start our tour through the city centre, with a visit to Senate Square, flanked by the Helsinki Cathedral, Government Palace, University Helsinki and National Library. Then proceed to the Rock Church (Temppeliau kio) visit the largest Orthodox Church in Western Europe: Uspenski Orthodox Cathedral and have a photostop at the artistic Sibelius Monument.
Somewhat off the beaten track of Europe, this city should definitely not be missed. With a great blend of Europe and Russia, this city is a great escape from mainland Europe.