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Ranua Wildlife Zoo Visit

Ranua Wildlife Zoo Visit - Rovaniemi, Finland

Duration: 4 to 5 hours
Location: Rovaniemi, Finland

From USD
$153.31

Around 1 hour drive from Rovaniemi, Ranua Wildlife Park offers a great opportunity to meet the local animals. Lapland's diverse landscape is home to many different species and Ranua is the perfect location to see them.
Established in 1983, Ranua Wildlife Park provides visitors with the opportunity to observe arctic animals throughout the year, in as authentic environment for the animals as possible ... More info ›

Around 1 hour drive from Rovaniemi, Ranua Wildlife Park offers a great opportunity to meet the local animals. Lapland's diverse landscape is home to many different species and Ranua is the perfect location to see them.
Established in 1983, Ranua Wildlife Park provides visitors with the opportunity to observe arctic animals throughout the year, in as authentic environment for the animals as possible. Specialising in arctic and northern animal species, Ranua is home to approximately 50 wild animal species and 200 individuals, who live in spacious pens in the midst of a northern conifer forest, which is the natural habitat of most of the species here. Ranua Wildlife Park holds the distinction of being the northernmost zoo in the world, and is Lapland’s leading tourist attraction for families.

Visit: Explore Lapland, Rovaniemi, Lapland

We leave towards the animal park in order to get the best opportunity to view the animals during the hours of light. Arriving around mid morning we will start our walk through the zoo, stopping to discover all the animals. Havea little drink break and then continue through to the end. We will then enjoy a nice buffet lunch on site, do some souvenir shopping and then head back to your accommodation. This activity is perfect for more relaxed way to explore the wonderful selection of wildlife roaming around Lapland and Finland. Take photos, sport the large birds, and be surprised and the sheer size of the Golden Eagles size, as well as the Elk.

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Tour Helsinki with a city planner

Tour Helsinki with a city planner - Helsinki, Finland

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Helsinki, Finland

From USD
$45.43

We will walk together in and around the city center for three hours, discovering Helsinki's secrets, learning its history, culture and traditions. Why do Helsinki people have picnic on top of graves? What was the meeting point of the bohemian people of 1880s in Helsinki? How did they build a church inside a giant granite rock? Where did Lenin hide when he was running away from the Tsarist Russia? Which statue is the one that seagulls hate the most? Where did they bury thousands of bodies during the plague? Why is the largest Orthodox cathedral located in a Lutheran country? Where can you eat the best salmon soup of your life? Why Finnish people still cheer for the opponents of the Swedish national football team? How did a Finnish architect influence generations of American architects and skyscraper designs? We will find answers to all of these questions and more, while visiting each of these less known yet important locations in Helsinki.

Even in the well-known locations, there are always hidden stories; devil is in the details! Our stories and anecdotes will make the locations we visit come alive ... More info ›

We will walk together in and around the city center for three hours, discovering Helsinki's secrets, learning its history, culture and traditions. Why do Helsinki people have picnic on top of graves? What was the meeting point of the bohemian people of 1880s in Helsinki? How did they build a church inside a giant granite rock? Where did Lenin hide when he was running away from the Tsarist Russia? Which statue is the one that seagulls hate the most? Where did they bury thousands of bodies during the plague? Why is the largest Orthodox cathedral located in a Lutheran country? Where can you eat the best salmon soup of your life? Why Finnish people still cheer for the opponents of the Swedish national football team? How did a Finnish architect influence generations of American architects and skyscraper designs? We will find answers to all of these questions and more, while visiting each of these less known yet important locations in Helsinki.

Even in the well-known locations, there are always hidden stories; devil is in the details! Our stories and anecdotes will make the locations we visit come alive. You will slowly start understanding how the locals think-walk-talk and why? We will walk in and around Helsinki city center and see both the main attractions and the lesser known but historically and culturally important parts and locations. These alternative routes will show you Helsinki city life from a local perspective.
We will start at Aleksantarinkatu and visit the Senate Square and important buildings designed by the German architect Engel (Helsinki Cathedral, the Government Palace, the main building of the University of Helsinki and the National Library of Finland). Then we will walk through the Tori Quarters, walking past the City Hall and the Presidential Palace. After we visit the Uspenski Cathedral, we will stroll through the Market Square, take a look at the beautiful Old Market Hall, then continue to the famous Kappeli located in Esplanadi Park. We will continue through the Design District, walk on the main boulevard Mannerheimintie, visiting Amos Rex the latest addition to Helsinki’s museum catalogue, and the newly opened central library Oodi. After these beautiful locations we will stop by the Rock Church and then make our way back to the Central Railway Station where we will finish our tour.
You can ask anything that comes to your mind about Finland, Finnish people, culture, traditions, politics, economy, education. Our tour promises you the main attractions, but also lesser known locations and stories, all you want to know about Finland and Helsinki!

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Tour Helsinki with a city planner

Tour Helsinki with a city planner - Helsinki, Finland

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Helsinki, Finland

From USD
$45.43

We will walk together in and around the city center for three hours, discovering Helsinki's secrets, learning its history, culture and traditions. Why do Helsinki people have picnic on top of graves? What was the meeting point of the bohemian people of 1880s in Helsinki? How did they build a church inside a giant granite rock? Where did Lenin hide when he was running away from the Tsarist Russia? Which statue is the one that seagulls hate the most? Where did they bury thousands of bodies during the plague? Why is the largest Orthodox cathedral located in a Lutheran country? Where can you eat the best salmon soup of your life? Why Finnish people still cheer for the opponents of the Swedish national football team? How did a Finnish architect influence generations of American architects and skyscraper designs? We will find answers to all of these questions and more, while visiting each of these less known yet important locations in Helsinki.

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Stop At: Senate Square, Helsinki, Uusimaa

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Duration: 15 minutes

We will walk together in and around the city center for three hours, discovering Helsinki's secrets, learning its history, culture and traditions. Why do Helsinki people have picnic on top of graves? What was the meeting point of the bohemian people of 1880s in Helsinki? How did they build a church inside a giant granite rock? Where did Lenin hide when he was running away from the Tsarist Russia? Which statue is the one that seagulls hate the most? Where did they bury thousands of bodies during the plague? Why is the largest Orthodox cathedral located in a Lutheran country? Where can you eat the best salmon soup of your life? Why Finnish people still cheer for the opponents of the Swedish national football team? How did a Finnish architect influence generations of American architects and skyscraper designs? We will find answers to all of these questions and more, while visiting each of these less known yet important locations in Helsinki.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Senate Square, Helsinki, Uusimaa

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Duration: 15 minutes

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Tour Helsinki with a city planner

Tour Helsinki with a city planner - Helsinki, Finland

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Helsinki, Finland

From USD
$45.43

We will walk together in and around the city center for three hours, discovering Helsinki's secrets, learning its history, culture and traditions. Why do Helsinki people have picnic on top of graves? What was the meeting point of the bohemian people of 1880s in Helsinki? How did they build a church inside a giant granite rock? Where did Lenin hide when he was running away from the Tsarist Russia? Which statue is the one that seagulls hate the most? Where did they bury thousands of bodies during the plague? Why is the largest Orthodox cathedral located in a Lutheran country? Where can you eat the best salmon soup of your life? Why Finnish people still cheer for the opponents of the Swedish national football team? How did a Finnish architect influence generations of American architects and skyscraper designs? We will find answers to all of these questions and more, while visiting each of these less known yet important locations in Helsinki.

Even in the well-known locations, there are always hidden stories; devil is in the details! Our stories and anecdotes will make the locations we visit come alive ... More info ›

We will walk together in and around the city center for three hours, discovering Helsinki's secrets, learning its history, culture and traditions. Why do Helsinki people have picnic on top of graves? What was the meeting point of the bohemian people of 1880s in Helsinki? How did they build a church inside a giant granite rock? Where did Lenin hide when he was running away from the Tsarist Russia? Which statue is the one that seagulls hate the most? Where did they bury thousands of bodies during the plague? Why is the largest Orthodox cathedral located in a Lutheran country? Where can you eat the best salmon soup of your life? Why Finnish people still cheer for the opponents of the Swedish national football team? How did a Finnish architect influence generations of American architects and skyscraper designs? We will find answers to all of these questions and more, while visiting each of these less known yet important locations in Helsinki.

Even in the well-known locations, there are always hidden stories; devil is in the details! Our stories and anecdotes will make the locations we visit come alive. You will slowly start understanding how the locals think-walk-talk and why? We will walk in and around Helsinki city center and see both the main attractions and the lesser known but historically and culturally important parts and locations. These alternative routes will show you Helsinki city life from a local perspective.
We will start at Aleksantarinkatu and visit the Senate Square and important buildings designed by the German architect Engel (Helsinki Cathedral, the Government Palace, the main building of the University of Helsinki and the National Library of Finland). Then we will walk through the Tori Quarters, walking past the City Hall and the Presidential Palace. After we visit the Uspenski Cathedral, we will stroll through the Market Square, take a look at the beautiful Old Market Hall, then continue to the famous Kappeli located in Esplanadi Park. We will continue through the Design District, walk on the main boulevard Mannerheimintie, visiting Amos Rex the latest addition to Helsinki’s museum catalogue, and the newly opened central library Oodi. After these beautiful locations we will stop by the Rock Church and then make our way back to the Central Railway Station where we will finish our tour.
You can ask anything that comes to your mind about Finland, Finnish people, culture, traditions, politics, economy, education. Our tour promises you the main attractions, but also lesser known locations and stories, all you want to know about Finland and Helsinki!

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Tour Helsinki with a city planner

Tour Helsinki with a city planner - Helsinki, Finland

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Helsinki, Finland

From USD
$397.48

We will walk together in and around the city center for three hours, discovering Helsinki's secrets, learning its history, culture and traditions. Why do Helsinki people have picnic on top of graves? What was the meeting point of the bohemian people of 1880s in Helsinki? How did they build a church inside a giant granite rock? Where did Lenin hide when he was running away from the Tsarist Russia? Which statue is the one that seagulls hate the most? Where did they bury thousands of bodies during the plague? Why is the largest Orthodox cathedral located in a Lutheran country? Where can you eat the best salmon soup of your life? Why Finnish people still cheer for the opponents of the Swedish national football team? How did a Finnish architect influence generations of American architects and skyscraper designs? We will find answers to all of these questions and more, while visiting each of these less known yet important locations in Helsinki.

Even in the well known locations, there is always hidden stories; devil is in the details! My stories will make the locations we visit come alive ... More info ›

We will walk together in and around the city center for three hours, discovering Helsinki's secrets, learning its history, culture and traditions. Why do Helsinki people have picnic on top of graves? What was the meeting point of the bohemian people of 1880s in Helsinki? How did they build a church inside a giant granite rock? Where did Lenin hide when he was running away from the Tsarist Russia? Which statue is the one that seagulls hate the most? Where did they bury thousands of bodies during the plague? Why is the largest Orthodox cathedral located in a Lutheran country? Where can you eat the best salmon soup of your life? Why Finnish people still cheer for the opponents of the Swedish national football team? How did a Finnish architect influence generations of American architects and skyscraper designs? We will find answers to all of these questions and more, while visiting each of these less known yet important locations in Helsinki.

Even in the well known locations, there is always hidden stories; devil is in the details! My stories will make the locations we visit come alive. You will slowly start understanding how the locals think-walk-talk and why? We will walk in and around Helsinki city center and see the lesser known but historically and culturally important parts and locations. These alternative routes will show you Helsinki city life from a local perspective. 
You can ask anything that comes to your mind about Finland, Finnish people, their culture, traditions, politics, economy, education. Our tour promises you the main attractions, lesser known locations and stories, all you want to know about Finland and Helsinki!

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Snowmobile safari 1,5h around Järvisydän, Rantasalmi.

Snowmobile safari 1,5h around Järvisydän, Rantasalmi. - Rantasalmi, Finland

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Location: Rantasalmi, Finland

From USD
$110.16

Guided Snowmobile safari through the scenery routes of Porosalmi (Rantasalmi)! This 1,5h safari is suitable also for beginners.
During this guided tour you will learn the basics about snowmobiling and visit our lovely reindeer. Guide will pick you up from Hotel & Spa Resort Järvisydän and we head of to Porokylä the Reindeer village ... More info ›

Guided Snowmobile safari through the scenery routes of Porosalmi (Rantasalmi)! This 1,5h safari is suitable also for beginners.
During this guided tour you will learn the basics about snowmobiling and visit our lovely reindeer. Guide will pick you up from Hotel & Spa Resort Järvisydän and we head of to Porokylä the Reindeer village. Safari starts with outfitting in Porokylä’s safari house and the basic safety training for the safari. Safari route goes through the old forests of Porosalmi in varying terrain. This safari is suitable for beginners and the guide regulates the pace according to the group. At the end of the safari you can meet our reindeer and feed them. A warm drink is served during the program. On this safari you will drive solo! Minimum of 2 person/ safari.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Guided Snowmobile safari through the scenery routes of Porosalmi (Rantasalmi)! This 1,5h safari is suitable also for beginners.
During this guided tour you will learn the basics about snowmobiling and visit our lovely reindeer. Guide will pick you up from Hotel & Spa Resort Järvisydän and we head of to Porokylä the Reindeer village. Safari starts with outfitting in Porokylä’s safari house and the basic safety training for the safari. Safari route goes through the old forests of Porosalmi in varying terrain. This safari is suitable for beginners and the guide regulates the pace according to the group. At the end of the safari you can meet our reindeer and feed them. A warm drink is served during the program. On this safari you will drive solo! Minimum of 2 person/ safari.

Duration: 1 hour

Location: Porokyla, Rantasalmi, Southern Savonia

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