About Helsinki

Helsinki, Finland’s southern capital, sits on a peninsula in the Gulf of Finland. Its central avenue, Mannerheimintie, is flanked by institutions including the National Museum, tracing Finnish history from the Stone Age to the present. Also on Mannerheimintie are the imposing Parliament House and Kiasma, a contemporary art museum. Ornate red-brick Uspenski Cathedral overlooks a harbor. The city is also known for its landmark central railway station, designed by Eliel Saarinen. Temppeliaukio Kirkko, built-in 1969, is an underground church carved into the bedrock that doubles as a concert venue. Stores in the Design District sell iconic Finnish products alongside modern clothing and antiques. Ferries carry visitors to island destinations such as Suomenlinna, home to an 18th-century sea fortress, and Seurasaari, with its open-air museum of traditional wooden buildings. Sightseeing boats cruise the surrounding archipelago, and ships depart for Sweden, Estonia, and Russia.

Suomenlinna or Sveaborg is an inhabited sea fortress built on eight islands about 4 km southeast of the city center of Helsinki. Suomenlinna is a UNESCO World Heritage site that is popular with tourists and locals, who enjoy it as a picturesque picnic site.
Market Square

Market Square is a central square in Helsinki, Finland. It is located in central Helsinki, at the eastern end of Esplanadi and bordering the Baltic Sea to the south and Katajanokka to the east. The Presidential Palace, Helsinki City Hall, Swedish Embassy, and the Stora Enso Headquarters building are all located adjacent to Market Square. From spring to autumn, the Market Square is active with vendors selling fresh Finnish food and souvenirs. There are also many outdoor cafés at the square.
Sibelius Monument

Sibelius Monument by Eila Hiltunen is dedicated to the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. The monument is located at the Sibelius Park in the district of Töölö in Helsinki, the capital city of Finland. It consists of series of more than 600 hollow steel pipes welded together in a wave-like pattern.

Ateneum is an art museum in Helsinki, Finland, and one of the three museums forming the Finnish National Gallery. It has the biggest collections of classical art in Finland. The collections of Ateneum include Finnish art extensively from 18th-century rococo portraiture to the experimental art movements of the 20th century. The collections also include some 650 international works of art.

Linnanmäki is a popular amusement park in Helsinki. It has many rides of different sizes and has other attractions, such as arcades, games, kiosks, restaurants, and an outdoor stage on which different performers appear in the summer. In addition to the amusement rides, the park also contains the Peacock, a historical theatre known for its musical productions.
Parliament House

Parliament House is the seat of the Parliament of Finland located in the Finnish capital Helsinki, in the district of Töölö. Sirén designed Parliament House in a stripped classical architectural style combining Neoclassicism with early 20th-century modernism. The building has five floors, each of which is unique. The floors are connected by a white marble staircase and famous paternoster lifts.
Sinebrychoff Art Museum

Sinebrychoff Art Museum is an art museum located on Bulevardi in Helsinki. The museum exhibits the old European art collections of the Finnish National Gallery. In addition, half of the museum acts as a historic house museum, displaying the 19th century estate of the Sinebrychoff family that is composed primarily of old European paintings, primarily by the Old Masters. The museum also hosts about 4,000 prints and drawings.
Temppeliaukio Church

Temppeliaukio Church is a Lutheran church in the Töölö neighborhood of Helsinki. The interior was excavated and built directly out of solid rock and is bathed in natural light which enters through the skylight surrounding the center copper dome. The church is used frequently as a concert venue due to its excellent acoustics. The Temppeliaukio church is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city.
Helsinki Cathedral

Helsinki Cathedral is the Finnish Evangelical Lutheran cathedral of the Diocese of Helsinki, located in the neighbourhood of Kruununhaka in the centre of Helsinki. It was also known as St Nicholas' Church until the independence of Finland in 1917. It is a distinctive landmark in the Helsinki cityscape, with its tall, green dome surrounded by four smaller domes, the building is in the neoclassical style.
Hietaniemi Beach

Hietaniemi beach is a popular sand beach in central Helsinki, Finland. It is located in the Töölö district, next to the Hietaniemi Cemetery, and is the most popular beach in central Helsinki. The beach is nowadays a popular summer destination for locals and tourists.
Best Time To Visit Helsinki

The best time to visit Helsinki is from June to August.

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