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Where to go in Helsinki in Finland and find the best places in Helsinki

Where to go in Helsinki, Finland and visit the best places in Helsinki. Get inspired by attractive ideas and find tips here.

Helsinki as a destination for a business event, holiday or meeting is a perfect place. Finland, Helsinki is easy to reach by air, rail or sea. With more time to spare, you could choose a picturesque ferry crossing either from Sweden, Germany, Poland and Estonia. Helsinki has a relaxed friendly and safe atmosphere that invites you to enjoy and to make a use of your stay to the full .Everything is central in Helsinki: hotels, restaurants, cafes, shops and sights are within a walking distance. View all kind of partners in Finland to organise events and conferences too. Almost every Finn speaks English so language is not a problem. There are many venues to meet your needs. The Helsinki region offers about 18000 beds in around 80 locations from simple rooms to international hotel chains. Helsinki nights are filled with music, people and electricity, it has an active nightlife. As an user of Event1001 you are looking for best ideas and city tips for your daytrip, convention, special events or a business trip in Helsinki. Have a look on this Where to go in Helsinki page of Event1001 and you will find new tips when you visit Helsinki in Finland.
Tip 1: Serena Water Park: this is the largest in the Nordic countries, with a lot of pools, Jacuzzis and waterslides. There is also a ski Centre here in winter where you can have a nice day of skiing, close to Helsinki.
Tip 2: Prison Break: During the Prison Break event your one and only goal is to escape the prison walls. In teams you will try to solve tricky riddles and complete tasks that need skills, strength and creativity. The winning team is the one that completes all tasks with the best team spirit. www.eventgarden.fi
Tip 3: Kotiharjun sauna: enjoy a nice day in the Kotiharjun Sauna, one of the favorites in the city with a working class feel and located in the Kallio district.
Tip 4: Sauna Island: a smoke sauna paradise in the heart of Helsinki. It offers the delights of a traditional Finnish smoke sauna in a unique archipelago setting. Experience the velvety soft heat of a smoke sauna, relax in a wood heated pool, and swim in the refreshing ea. Eat fried salmon cooked slowly on an open fire. A place to unwind and clean both your body and mind. www.saunasaari.fi
Tip 5: The Grand Casino: a private casino with drinks and dinner indulges the visitors with top class Show and Dinner entertainment. It is glamorous filled with fun and excitement in the world of casino games. Professional casino hosts oversee the gaming activities. Nonstop guidance is available for all games.
Tip 6: Linnanmaki: This amusement park with a wooden roller coaster built in 1952 and still going, nightly fireworks are a great way to spend a day. The best thing is that they donate all the profits to the child welfare organizations.
Tip 7: Charter Cruise: a 100 years old passenger steamship s/s Norrkulla is the last remaining passenger steamer that has operated in Helsinki. The ship has been carefully restored. While cruising you can enjoy the feeling of old times. Catering services and tour program are available on board. www.hoyrylaiva.fi
Tip 8: Helsinki Zoo: located on a picturesque island. Easily accessible with a picnic cafe where you can bring your own food or have a barbeque. The animals have a lot of space and look happy. A clean park and a nice way to spend the day. You have to get there by ferry.
Tip 9: Korjaamo Cultural Factory: the old tram station is now a place where people and culture come together in the heart of Helsinki, for theatre, visual arts, clubbing, ore meeting up over a coffee or beer. With exquisite shops specialized on art books and design stuff.
Tip 10: Fortress of Suomenlinna: one of the most important cultural heritage sites in Finland. A Unesco World Heritage and a unique monument of military architecture. Walk around the island and find a number of hefty cannons still in place, pointing out to sea, to the west. There is a network of tunnels, passages and little rooms built into the ground, presumably for the soldiers manning the gun emplacements.
Tip 11: Seurasaari Open-air Museum: this is on an island and easily reached by the bus. A popular place to go for a walk or a run. The squirrels and birds on the island are quite tame. At Christmas, Easter and Midsummer there are special events on the island and in summer often handicraft demonstrations.
Tip 12: Rock Church: Also known as Church in the Rock, this modern church is carved from rock and has a stunning copper dome. A unique church with great acoustics with dramatic and peaceful architecture.
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