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Helsinki, a paradise for culture lovers

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Getting there You can get to Helsinki from Kemi, Kokkola and Jyvaskyla. Best price and travel duration below.

From Kuopio 03:54 ₹ 4,924
From St Petersburg 04:36 ₹ 2,197
From Kajaani 05:53 ₹ 6,439
From Kemi 07:27 ₹ 6,591
From Kokkola 03:52 ₹ 4,773
From Jyvaskyla 03:06 ₹ 4,015
From Turku 01:57 ₹ 2,500
From Lappeenranta 01:58 ₹ 3,409
From Seinajoki 02:41 ₹ 4,545
From Tampere 01:30

Getting around From Helsinki, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Turku 02:12 ₹ 2,500
To Lappeenranta 02:27 ₹ 3,409
To Tampere 02:50
To Vaasa 03:40 ₹ 5,152
To Joensuu 04:55 ₹ 5,227
To Kuopio 05:09 ₹ 4,924
To Seinajoki 05:16 ₹ 4,545
To Kajaani 06:33 ₹ 5,909
To Kemi 11:35 ₹ 6,364
To Moscow 13:33 ₹ 9,621

While you're there

A high-tech metropolis with the charm of a village, quirky Helsinki is a Nordic gem. See world-class architecture, spectacular scenery and island hideaways by day then try buzzing restaurants and the coolest bars by night.

Helsinki can boast about offering 79 museums to the visitors, among which the largest historic museum of the Finnish Capital, the National Museum of Finland, housed in a neo-romantic monument.

Reach the Senate Square where you will find the Government Palace, the University and the famous neo-classic and Lutheran cathedral just behind the statue of Alexander II of Russia. A visit of the "Suomenlinna" (Finland fort) islands which are on UNESCO Heritage list, is essential during your journey. Those old fortifications located in the port were originally built to protect the city against the Russians.

Don’t leave Helsinki without tasting the typically Finnish main-course the "Poronkaristys" (a reindeer stew) with a glass of "Glögi", a delicious mulled wine.

Restaurants using local food and in-season produce in Helsinki are complemented by various food events organized by active local community groups. One of the leading events is the Restaurant Day that is held several times during the year and when anybody can set up a pop-up restaurant for a day. Flavoursome Finnish food can also be sampled at the Helsinki Menu restaurants. Check out The Abattoir (Teurastamo), which offers local food and various events in a historic redbrick setting.

Train Station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Helsinki can be found.


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