Helsinki is located north of Europe laying on the Baltic Sea. The capital of Finland offers a lot to see and experience for visitors of all ages. Its watery geography melds so graciously into the Baltic- half of the city seems liquid.
Helsinki is a compact city easy to explore, it is a vibrant seaside city with beautiful islands and green amazing parks.
There is a tour that you can take to go and visit Suomenlinna. It is an sea fortress built on six islands. It is one of the most popular Finland’s sights. Suomenlinna is on UNESCO’s list as a unique monument of military architecture.
Temppeliaukio Church is one of Helsinki’s most popular tourist attractions. The wall are created naturally, and it is a thrilling work of modern architecture. It was designed by two architect brothers Timo and Tuomo Suomalainen.
Uspenski Cathedral is the largest orthodox church in Western Europe on the Katajanokka peninsula. It was designed by architect Aleksei M. Gornostajev. A visit to Helsinki`s is not complete without a trip to the Uspenski Cathedral.
There is a museum of contemporary art Kiasma in Helsinki. And it offers you a easy access to the most interesting art of our time.
At the Sibelius Park you will see a monument dedicated to the great Finnish composer- Jean Sibelius. It is one of Helsinki’s landmarks.
There are many museums in Helsinki like- Museum of Finnish Architecture, Amos Anderson Art Museum, Military museum and many others. So if you are history fan make sure to buy a ticket.
It is amazing to visit the Helsinki harbor by a ferry.
The Esplanade Park in Helsinki is in the heart of the city, is it amazing part of the city.Ideal to watch the world go by.
Helsinki offers a wide range of experience throughout the year. It is a open and friendly city, with beautiful residents for visitors, new events and trends , so I don’t see a reason why not to visit it.