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Tour Helsinki with a city planner

Tour Helsinki with a city planner - Helsinki, Finland
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Helsinki, Finland

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$45.62

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, Aleksanterinkatu, Hallituskatu, Helsinki Finland

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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.

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Stop At: Senate Square, Aleksanterinkatu, Hallituskatu, Helsinki Finland

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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
$45.62

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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This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Senate Square, Aleksanterinkatu, Hallituskatu, Helsinki Finland

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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.

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Stop At: Senate Square, Aleksanterinkatu, Hallituskatu, Helsinki Finland

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Duration: 15 minutes

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Walking tour with a Wilderness Guide

Walking tour with a Wilderness Guide  - Helsinki, Finland

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Helsinki, Finland

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$44.48

In this tour you'll discover and learn about Helsinki’s landmarks, as well as the history and culture of Finland.
Sauna, lakes, islands, berries, nature, silence and wilderness means the world for Finnish people, why?...in this small-group walking tour, you'll find out why is so important ... More info ›

In this tour you'll discover and learn about Helsinki’s landmarks, as well as the history and culture of Finland.
Sauna, lakes, islands, berries, nature, silence and wilderness means the world for Finnish people, why?...in this small-group walking tour, you'll find out why is so important. Are you curious about how is to live in a country that has not night in the summer, and not light in the winter? I'll tell you how we can enjoy in extreme conditions.
Do you want to experience the quietness of Helsinki, have a nice view and taste a bit of Finnish flavors? You got it!...we'll have a stop in a perfect spot in the city, where you'll enjoy the silence, taste our traditional berry juice and unique candies.
Also, I'll give you the best tips for the rest of your stay in Helsinki, places to visit that probably you don't know that exist in city, and if you want to do outdoors activities I'll give you the best options not far from the city.

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Stop At: Senate Square, Aleksanterinkatu, Hallituskatu, Helsinki Finland

Landmark of the city from where everything began for Helsinki to be the capital of Finland

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Uspenskin Cathedral (Uspenskin Katedraali), Kanavakatu 1, Helsinki 00160 Finland

Largest Orthodox church in western Europe

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Old Market Hall, Etelaranta Along the South Harbor, Helsinki 00130 Finland

We'll walk thru the market square, getting to the old market hall

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Statue of Peace - Rauhanpatsas, Ehrenstromintie 5, Helsinki Finland

We will stop there to know more about the history of Finland, get to see another side of the city completely different than the city center and get in touch with nature

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: The Esplanadi Park, Pohjoisesplanadi, Helsinki 00130 Finland

Get in touch with lifestyle of Helsinki

Pass By: Helsinki Central Railway Station, Kaivokatu 1, Helsinki 00100 Finland

See one one of the world's most beautiful railway stations (chosen in 2013)

Stop At: Kansalaistori, 00100 Helsinki, Finland

We'll stop in the that square and from there we have a privilege view of the parliament house, the music house and the new central library of helsinki oodi.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Temppeliaukion Church, Lutherinkatu 3, Helsinki 00100 Finland

Visit the unique rock church that it was built in a solid rock

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Mannerheim Statue, Mannerheiminaukio 2, Helsinki 00100 Finland

We'll see the statue of the first president of Finland, as well as the main avenue in the city, which is the city center of Helsinki.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Kamppi Chapel of Silence, Simonkatu 7, Helsinki 00100 Finland

Visit one of the newest chapel in Helsinki, where you discover how the design have developed and you'll find out a unique spot of quietness in the city.

Duration: 10 minutes

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Wine in the Woods - a winetasting in forest

Wine in the Woods - a winetasting in forest - Nummela, Finland

Duration: 2 to 4 hours
Location: Nummela, Finland

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$202.99

Wine in the Woods is a two hour exploration into a world, where wine and the forest meet. Our expert guides will take you on a new type of journey through flavours and aromas in our wine bar in the middle of the woods.
After a short walk, our senses will become attuned to our surroundings ... More info ›

Wine in the Woods is a two hour exploration into a world, where wine and the forest meet. Our expert guides will take you on a new type of journey through flavours and aromas in our wine bar in the middle of the woods.
After a short walk, our senses will become attuned to our surroundings. Then we set foot into the forest’s al fresco dining area, that lives and breathes the environment around it, offering a completely new encounter each time. Here the tastes and smells of the wine and the forest will come alive through the stories that bind them together, as revealed by our guides.

Our forest wine bar is right next to Helsinki in the popular Nuuksio National Park! Experience the Finnish nature with us with a little bit of luxury.
Address: Salmentie 100, 00330 Vihti
• Duration 2hrs Tasting- serving of wine (60-80ml) included in the price, available to buy by the glass
• 5 high quality red wines Dress appropriately for the weather, we will advise if necessary
• Number of participants for one tasting session 5-10
• Quoted price is per person
• Other group sizes possible by special request
• Option for private tasting Minimum age to participate is 18 years old Additional service of transportation from Helsinki centre or hotels in the downtown area to Wine in the Woods- wine bar and back (additional cost)
We offer a pick up from the hotel in Helsinki Metropolitan area, please ask. 

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7-day SCANDINAVIAN RAIL JOURNEY & CRUISE (Guaranteed Departure) 2-12 people

7-day SCANDINAVIAN RAIL JOURNEY & CRUISE (Guaranteed Departure) 2-12 people - Helsinki, Finland

Duration: 7 days
Location: Helsinki, Finland

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$2543.09

Board the 7-day Scandinavian Rail Journey, visiting the highlights of Helsinki, Stockholm, and Copenhagen. In a small group, explore the old towns and enjoy leisurely train journeys through the scenic countryside, including the amazing vintage Blue Train experience with a stay in Gothenburg, an off-the-beaten-track Swedish town, famous for its open-top shrimp sandwich ... More info ›

Board the 7-day Scandinavian Rail Journey, visiting the highlights of Helsinki, Stockholm, and Copenhagen. In a small group, explore the old towns and enjoy leisurely train journeys through the scenic countryside, including the amazing vintage Blue Train experience with a stay in Gothenburg, an off-the-beaten-track Swedish town, famous for its open-top shrimp sandwich. Discover the Finnish design, the Swedish cuisine and the Danish ‘hygge’, along with the world-famous sights, including Helsinki’s Rock Church, Stockholm’s City Hall, and Copenhagen’s Little Mermaid. Plenty of free time to explore the cities at your own pace, visit famous museums and sample experiences favored by locals. Stay in first-class hotels and enjoy the walkable historic cities during our local guide led sightseeing tours. Combine this tour with the Baltic Rail Journey. Guaranteed with a minimum of 2 travellers!

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Day 1: Arrive in Helsinki

Stop At: Helsinki Cathedral, Unioninkatu 29, Helsinki Finland
Individual arrival to Helsinki. Optional private transfer to your centrally located hotel. Check-in and time at leisure to get acquainted with the Finnish capital.
Time permitting, Join our Tallinn pre-tour or the entire Baltic-Scandinavian Rail Journey for a complete discovery of the Baltic Sea Region.

Duration: 23 hours

No meals included on this day.
Accommodation included: 4-star hotel in central Helsinki

Day 2: Explore Helsinki & Overnight Cruise to Stockholm

Stop At: Mannerheim Statue, Mannerheiminaukio 2, Helsinki 00100 Finland
This morning, begin with a guided city tour of Helsinki, showcasing its highlights:
- Senate square with its stunning stairs and Dome Church
- Harbor Market, the Esplanade and the Mannerheim Avenue
- Sibelius Monument
- Rock Church
On the panoramic drive, cross the typical neighborhoods and see the Finlandia Hall, the Olympic Village, and the Opera.
Afternoon at leisure to explore the Finnish capital individually. We recommend a visit to Helsinki City Museum (free of charge) to learn about the city’s development.
Alternatively, join our Architecture & Design Tour to see the most iconic facades of the city, learn about Alvar Aalto and Finnish design, exploring Marimekko, Iittala, and local designer stores. Our tour also includes lunch in a local food hall!
In the early evening, embark on the Viking Line ship for your splendid overnight cruise to Stockholm. Enjoy the comfort of your own window cabin, soak up the sun and sea from the outside deck, shop for souvenirs and check out the live entertainment in ship’s theater. Your tour conductor invites you for a genuine Scandinavian buffet, including salmon, shrimp, roast beef, beer, and wine.
Activities: Helsinki Guided City Tour (3 hours), Optional Architecture & Design Tour and lunch (3 hours), Overnight Cruise to Stockholm (17 hours, 457 km / 247 nm)

Duration: 17 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Outside (porthole) cabin on Viking Line ship

Day 3: Explore Stockholm

Stop At: Stockholm Old Town, Stockholm Sweden
Wake up early for stunning views of the Baltic archipelago and lavish breakfast buffet. Your ship calls at the port of Stockholm to start the guided city tour, featuring the highlights of the Swedish capital, such as the Royal Palace, the Cathedral, the Old Town and Slussen. The Swedish capital, located on 14 islands, boasts amazing views. Get familiar with the Swedish coffee culture on our ‘fika’ coffee break. Later in the morning, join us for the private tour of the emblematic and ornate Stockholm City Hall, the venue of Nobel Gala Dinner Ceremony. Transfer to your centrally located hotel for check-in and afternoon at leisure. We suggest taking a walk on the elegant Strandvagen, visiting the sizable Photography Museum, the fun Abba Museum or strolling along Drottninggatan. Don’t miss the artwork of the subway stations. Those not fearing heights can opt for the Rooftop Tour. In the evening, join us for the optional shrimp cruise.
Stockholm Guided City Tour (3 hours), City Hall and the Nobel Room, Fika Experience, Optional Shrimp Cruise (2 hrs)
Duration: 3 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
Accommodation included: 4-star hotel in central Stockholm

Day 4: Free morning in Stockholm & Blue Train Experience

Stop At: Vasa Museum, Galarvarvsvagen 14 Djurgården, Stockholm 115 21 Sweden
Enjoy a leisurely morning to explore Stockholm on your own. Why not visit the fun Abba Museum? Your tour director invites you on the optional Museum Island Tour that includes lunch. During the tour you will visit Stockholm’s two most impressive museums - the Vasa Museum, exposing a 17th-century royal warship, and the Skansen, world’s oldest open-air museum showcasing Sweden’s countryside, architecture, and crafts. In the afternoon, get ready for the highlight of this trip: the vintage Blue Train experience on a journey to Gothenburg. The quintessential ‘slow travel’ experience, watching the bucolic Swedish countryside, on board the 1960s style wooden carriages with a restaurant and a piano bar, is a one-of-the-kind journey. Evening arrival to Gothenburg for accommodation in a centrally-located hotel and an orientation walk, culminating with a hosted dinner, featuring the world’s best open-top shrimp sandwich and views of the city.
Optional Museum Island Tour with lunch (3 hours), Vintage Blue Train Rail Journey to Gothenburg (4.5 hours), Orientation Walk and Shrimp Sandwich Dinner Experience (2.5 hours)
Duration: 10 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: 4-star hotel in central Gothenburg


Day 5: Explore Gothenburg and Oresund Train to Copenhagen

Stop At: Haga Nygata, Gothenburg 31135 Sweden
Explore Gothenburg, Sweden’s best-kept town, home of Volvo and Swedish East India Company. During the guided walk, get acquainted with the city and its peculiarities: the ‘Fish Church’, the Queen’s Square, the Opera and the authentic neighborhood of Haga, dotted with picturesque wooden houses. Join us for the traditional ‘paddan’ boat cruise to travel under 20 bridges and get out to see the harbour.
Around lunchtime, get on board the Oresund Train for your relaxing journey to Copenhagen, enjoying the views and passing through Halmstad, Angelholm, and Lund. The highlight of this journey is the Oresund Strait crossing on the international bridge, linking Malmo with Copenhagen. Upon arrival to Copenhagen central station, walk to your nearby hotel for check-in. In the evening, join your tour conductor for the orientation walk and a visit to Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen’s most famous attraction.
Activities: Gothenburg Guided Walking Tour (2 hours), Canal Cruise on Paddan Boat (1 hour), Oresund Rail Journey to Copenhagen (3.5 hours), Tivoli Gardens & orientation walk (1.5 hours)
Duration: 8 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
Accommodation included: 4-star hotel in central Copenhagen

Day 6: Explore Copenhagen

Stop At: Copenhagen City Hall, Raadhuspladsen 1, Copenhagen 1599 Denmark
In the company of your local guide, discover Royal Copenhagen on this informative walking tour, visiting all of the main sights of the Danish capital:
- The Town Hall & Stroget, one of the longest pedestrian streets in Europe
- Christiansborg Royal Palace
- Gammel Strand, the Round Tower, and Our Lady Church
- Nyhavn, Amalienborg Palace, and the Marble Church
- Harbour Views and the Royal Opera
Check out the changing guard ceremony at the Amalienborg Palace and enjoy smörgåsbord lunch at Nyhavn on us. In the early afternoon, join us for the favourite canal cruise to see the Little Mermaid and soak up harbour views. Optional visit to Rosenborg Palace to see the Danish Crown Jewel collection.
During your free time, live the tales of Hans Christian Andersen by wandering through the streets of Copenhagen, visit the Freetown Christiania, try the local Carlsberg or visit one of the museums.
Those who could not get enough of harbour view will enjoy an optional live jazz cruise, while others can join the Danish ‘hygge’ experience on a home-hosted dinner, interacting with the Danes and learning about Nordic cooking.
Activities: Copenhagen Guided Walking Tour (2.5 hours), Canal Cruise (1 hour), Rosenborg Palace visit (1.5 hours), Optional Jazz Cruise (1.5 hours), Optional Home-Hosted Dinner, the ‘hygge’ experience (3 hours).
Duration: 9 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
Accommodation included: 4-star hotel in central Copenhagen

Day 7: Departure from Copenhagen

Stop At: Copenhagen Central Station, Bernstorffsgade 16, Copenhagen 2004 Denmark
Morning at leisure to explore Copenhagen at your own pace. We recommend staying another day and get out to see the Danish countryside and its famous castles on our optional Royal Castle tour.
Optional transfer to Copenhagen airport (your tour conductor will also explain a more convenient and affordable way to get there by train).
Private Airport Transfer (0.5 hours), Welcome Reception and Orientation Walk (2 hours)
Duration: 2 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
No accommodation included on this day.

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Full-Day Guided Turku and Castle Tour from Helsinki

Full-Day Guided Turku and Castle Tour from Helsinki - Turku, Finland

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Turku, Finland

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$177.90

Join the 8-hour Turku tour and visit the medieval Castle of Turku - a perfect supplement to your Helsinki visit. You and your small group will also have the chance to visit the Turku Cathedral. During this guided city tour, you will get to know old Turku, with its beautiful parks, interesting monuments and statues. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.

This is the best option to visit the old city Turku and medieval Turku Castle.
You will be picked up in the morning from your hotel around 10:45am to start this day trip to the medieval city of Turku.
It will take less than 2 hours by fast train to get to old city Turku (train depart at 11:37am) Please, note that train departure time can be changed by Finnish railway company ... More info ›

Join the 8-hour Turku tour and visit the medieval Castle of Turku - a perfect supplement to your Helsinki visit. You and your small group will also have the chance to visit the Turku Cathedral. During this guided city tour, you will get to know old Turku, with its beautiful parks, interesting monuments and statues. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.

This is the best option to visit the old city Turku and medieval Turku Castle.
You will be picked up in the morning from your hotel around 10:45am to start this day trip to the medieval city of Turku.
It will take less than 2 hours by fast train to get to old city Turku (train depart at 11:37am) Please, note that train departure time can be changed by Finnish railway company. If there is a change in timing you will be informed in advance. 
When you arrive in Turku at around 1:30pm, you will meet with your guide and then get ready to have a great day out in this historical city. During the city tour you will see the main city square and the city hall, the Turku Cathedral, beautiful parks, interesting monuments, statues and much more.
The Castle and Cathedral are the two poles of historic Turku, between which just about every important site in the city can be found.
The fortress of Turku Castle has stood at the edge of the river Aura since the 1280s. During its history, it has been a defensive bastion, a majestic court, an administrative centre, a prison, a storehouse and a barracks. Nowadays, the castle is a must-see tourist attraction in Finland.
After the guided tour you will have free time to do some shopping or you can rest. The return train departs Turku at 18:30. You will arrive to Helsinki at 20:23 where you will transfer back to your hotel.
Tour's program:
• Around 10:45 transfer to the Helsinki railway station
• 11:37 train departs from Helsinki / time departure can be changed in different seasons
• 13:30 arrival to Turku; meet with your guide
• 13:30-15:30 Turku city tour (by car and on foot), 2 hours
• 15:30-16:30 Turku Castle visit
• 16:30-18:30 free time
• 18:30 train departure from Turku / / time departure can be changed in different seasons
• 20:23 arrive in Helsinki and transfer to your hotel
 Price includes:
• Turku city tour (both – by car and on foot), 2 hours
• The Turku castle visit, 1 hour
• Entrance tickets to the Castle
• Transfer to and from the hotel in Helsinki
• Train tickets Helsinki-Turku-Helsinki

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