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16 places to visit in Finland


#1in RovaniemiSanta Claus OfficeSanta Claus Office in Rovaniemi

Santa Clause office is placed 7 kilometers northward from Rovaniemi down highway E75. It is open all year round from 10am till 5pm, during New Year holidays - till 6pm. The entrance is free.

#2in RovaniemiKemiKemi in Rovaniemi

The port city on the shore of the Bothnian Bay, which is called "The sea gate of Lapland". Here you can go for a salmon fishing and skiing.

#1in HelsinkiNuuksio National ParkNuuksio National Park in Helsinki

There are 80 lakes in the park that is 30 kilometers northeastward from Helsinki. Here you can go skiing, canoeing, take Finnish bath and stay overnight in a camp spot.

#2in HelsinkiSuomenlinna fortressSuomenlinna fortress in Helsinki

Bastion fortress placed on 7 islands in the south Helsinki is a separate neighborhood of the city and listed to UNESCO World Heritage sites. You can get here by ferry from the Market Square. It's open from 10am till 4pm.

#3in RovaniemiArctic snow hotelArctic snow hotel in Rovaniemi

It is located 26 kilometers northwestward from Rovaniemi city. From December till March you can stay in ice little houses (from €130) or rooms with panoramic roof. There is also a snow bar and a restaurant.

#4in RovaniemiIrene Kangasniemi's workshopIrene Kangasniemi's workshop in Rovaniemi

The workshop where you can buy leather souvenirs and try to make them yourself is located 10km northward from Rovaniemi. Excursion to the workshop is €36.

#3in HelsinkiSky WheelSky Wheel in Helsinki

The wheel stands in Katajanoka quay. Besides usual cabins, here you can rent VIP-cabin with sofas and glass floor or sauna cabin. The wheel functions daily from 12pm till 6pm, on weekends - from 11am. Usual cabin price - €12.

#4in HelsinkiSibelius MonumentSibelius Monument in Helsinki

The monument to Finnish composer Jean Sibelius stands in Sibelius Park, in Töölö neighbourhood. It consists of 600 steel pipes that produce sound when the weather is windy.

#5in HelsinkiSeurasaari Open Air MuseumSeurasaari Open Air Museum in Helsinki

The open-air museum is located 4 kilometers northwest from Helsinki. Here you'll find 85 Finnish construction - houses, mills, granaries. The museum is open daily from 11am till 3pm, in summer till 7pm. Entrance fee is €9.

#6in HelsinkiSerena Water ParkSerena Water Park in Helsinki

The water park is placed 20 km northward from the city centre. The park is open all year round from 12pm till 8pm, in winter period outdoor area turns into a ski slope. One-day entrance ticket is €20.

#7in HelsinkiEsplanadi parkEsplanadi park in Helsinki

Lime tree park stretches for 400 meters in the city centre. There is a summer stage and one of the oldest restaurants in Helsinki. Espa is open 24 hours.

#8in HelsinkiUspenskin CathedralUspenskin Cathedral in Helsinki

One of the biggest cathedral of Northwest Europe stands on the rock on Kanavakatu street. It is open on Tuesday-Friday from 9:30am till 7pm, on Saturday, Sunday - from 10am till 3pm.

#1in TampereMoomin MuseumMoomin Museum in Tampere

The only in the world museum of pencil drawings is located on Yliopistonkatu 55. You can see expositions from Tuesday till Friday at 9am-7pm; on weekend - at 11am-6pm. Entrance fee starts at €6.

#9in HelsinkiMuseum of Contemporary Art KiasmaMuseum of Contemporary Art Kiasma in Helsinki

The youngest museum in Finland is placed on Mannerheiminaukio 2 Street. It is open daily from 10am till 5pm, Mondayis a day-off. Entrance fee is from €12.

#10in HelsinkiLinnanmaki amusement parkLinnanmaki amusement park in Helsinki

The amusement park is located in the city centre. It is open from April till October. One-attraction ticket costs €8; Multi-attraction bracelet in summer - €39, in autumn - €37.

#11in HelsinkiKamppi ChapelKamppi Chapel in Helsinki

The Chapel of Silence is placed on Narinkkatori square, in Kamppi neighborhood. There aren't any services here. It is open on week days from 7am till 8pm, on weekends - from 10am till 6pm. The entrance is free.

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