Helsinki walking tour
Meeting with the guide in the port of Helsinki. Despite being the country's capital, Helsinki easily be studied on foot.
Our guide will pick you up at the port and then take the tram to the city center. You get out at Kaisaniemi in a few minutes reaches the Senate Square, surrounded by neoclassical buildings among which the Helsinki Cathedral, the Government Palace, the University and the National Library. From the Senate Square you we will come in about 10 minutes east to the famous Uspenski Cathedral. Returning glued to the sea we will arrive to the Market Square and Tori Quarter, the eighteenth century. This area is full of food stalls and souvenir and lively even in winter. It is the ideal spot where to make a break and taste some of the local "delicacies" of posts. Right next to the Market Square is the Esplanade Park, main promenade for locals and visitors for over 200 years. From there you get to the Station Square, also very popular. Here there are many restaurants, from fast food to chains like Tapiano and local cafes. The Central Station is the early twentieth century, Art Deco and whose gateway is dominated by four huge statues. From the Station Square it takes about 20 minutes to get to the next stop to visit in Helsinki Temppeliaukio Church (Rock Church), carved into the rock in 1969. Optionally it could be visited inside.
Supplements: Public transport day pass-9,-EUR pp
Optional visit: Temppeliaukio Church (Rock Church)-3,-EUR pp