SAS, the largest airline in Scandinavia, offers cheap international flights to Helsinki from many destinations in Europe and through Copenhagen and Stockholm worldwide. Our city guide will help you to find out what's up and the best tips are from SAS crew and passengers.
Helsinki has one of the highest qualities of life and best outlooks for the future. It has sauna bars and groovy bars, Siberian dim sum, trendy shopping and Art Nouveau and Jugend architecture - all this right on the glittering Baltic Sea. Helsinki offers a varied and distinctly Nordic experience.
What's up in Helsinki
|Design Helsinki |
Whether you're looking for clothing, cool interiors or antiques, you'll find it here! Check out the Design District!
When you think of Finland, what's the first thing that comes to mind? The sauna is a love or hate experience.
|Rent a party guide |
How bizarre can it get with BizarreOne? Don't ask us - ask them!
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|Arabia factory shop |
Hämeentie 135 (tram 6 northern terminus)
Tel: +358 204 39 3507
The complete line of homeware brands within the Iittala group under one roof. While you are there, take a tour inside the factory. It makes for a very interesting insight into the history and the production methods of the company.
Jes, air host
|Bear Park Café |
Tel: +358 445 76 06 79
This is my favorite outdoor coffee shop in a beautiful park in Kallio. It's best if you take the 3B tram.
Tel: +358 9 638 873
Small but nice and always busy, so make sure to book well in advance.
| ||Suomenlinna |
A must to visit is Suomenlinna, the old fortress situated on a group of Islands a short ferry journey away from the city center. Don't forget your picnic basket and torches!
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|Population: 562,000 |
|Language: Finnish |
|Currency: Euro (€) |
|Time zone: CET || |
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