Shore Excursions in
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Helsinki walking tour

Despite being the country's capital, Helsinki easily be studied on foot, from the Orthodox Cathedral to the Sibelius Monument, through the Market Square and Senate.
Our guide will... read more

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  • Duration: 3 hours
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Helsinki City tour short.

Pick up at the port. This panoramic tour of Helsinki is a fast and economical way to meet the Finnish capital. It is organized only for private groups of 29... read more

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  • Duration: 2 hours
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Helsinki City Tour

Taking a 3-hour Helsinki shore excursion by bus you will see the rich architectural heritage of the main city of Finland and the Senate Square. You will pass by Uspensky... read more

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  • Duration: 3 hours
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Jewish Helsinki

Helsinki is the first city of Finland with the practically uninhabited territories of Europe. The city
has a vibrant Jewish community and Orthodox synagogue that located in the historical... read more

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  • Duration: 4 hours
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Helsinki and Porvoo

During the sightseeing tour we will get to know all of the most famous and impressive places in the centre of Helsinki: the Senate Square, the university and the Lutheran... read more

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  • Duration: 5 hours
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Helsinki and Suomenilinna island

This fascinating trip to Finland's past includes a ferry ride that will take you through the
magnificent Fortress of the Sea of ​​Suomenlinna.
We will visit... read more

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  • Duration: 6 hours
  • PRIVATE

Being called the "Daughter of the Baltic", Helsinki, the capital of Finland, is located on the tip of a peninsula surrounded by an archipelago of 315 islands.
The population of the city is close to half a million and the buildings only have 12 floors, so provincial Helsinki retains an aesthetic, but creative, modern city.
Helsinki became the capital when Finland gained independence from Russia in 1917. The new republic prospered over the years 20 and 30 of the twentieth century, an era when architect Alvar Aalto added the architectural currents of modernism and functionalism to the city. The unique blend of East and West in Helsinki's cultural scene has its maximum representation in the contrast between the simple lines of Finlandia Hall and the rich decoration of the golden dome of the Uspensky Cathedral. The center of the city, designed by German architect Carl Angel, resembles a miniature version of neoclassical St. Petersburg and can be explored easily on foot.

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