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If you are looking for a relaxed weekend filled with tasty food, shopping opportunities and great fun, then you should try Helsinki.
Conveniently-sized Helsinki has a ton of bars and clubs within walking distance from another. Pick your favourites and plan your preferred bar crawl around the Finnish capital.
Interior design shops, fashion boutiques, jewellers, antique shops, galleries, museums, restaurants, hotels, design agencies - everything can be found in the Helsinki Design District.
Only an hour away from Helsinki downtown, Nuuksio National Park offers tranquility and lets one find his inner calm.
Formerly a working-class neighbourhood, the laid-back and spirited area of Kallio has a noteworthy array of boutiques, cafes, restaurants, bars and more.
When discussing Finnish architecture, most people think of Alvar Aalto’s modernist creations. Yet the wealth of Art Nouveau buildings around the country and its capital is just as remarkable.
Helsinki is a buzzy foodie city in the cutting-edge of Finnish new cuisine. The innovative use of Finnish ingredients as part of the New Nordic tasting menu and a laid-back atmosphere is what Helsinki’s bistros are all about.
During just one walking tour, one can visit several different galleries and get a good sense of Finnish contemporary art and the local art scene.
The archipelago of Helsinki consists of around 330 islands, providing a great getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Activities in wintery Helsinki: top things to do in the snowy capital.
Suomenlinna fortress island is one of Finland's most popular sights, only a short ferry crossing away from Helsinki.
Christmas lights, St Thomas’ market and warm drinks exude cheering warmth in the perfect Christmas city Helsinki.
Local cucumbers or sweet tomatoes? It is easy to find good organic food in Helsinki.
Nature is never far in Finland. Visitors can get a feel of real countryside in Helsinki, too, by heading to Viikki nature trails or visiting friendly cows.
Every year in August, the streets of Helsinki are filled with art enthusiasts, performance lovers and the culturally curious as the annual Night of the Arts begins. This integral and intriguing part of the Helsinki Festival, the largest arts festival...
Capital rhythm is laid back yet at the same time refreshingly active.
Whether you are shopping or just exploring, the Finnish capital is a city with serious style credentials.
Helsinki offers dozens of edgy, outstanding gastro-conscious restaurants that serve both exciting fusion food and back-to-basics Nordic dishes.
Art Nouveau sights in Helsinki you should not miss.
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