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Museo de arte
“A visit to Kiasma is worth every visit. If the exhibitions do not light up, the atmosphere and architecture of the building will always be enjoyable - and at least one or two interesting works or new acquaintances will usually be on display. Kiasma's small museum shop is a great place to discover, especially for those who "already have it". The Kiasma Café serves snacks and good coffee, drinks and a very good lunch.”
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Street Art
“Northern Europe’s largest department store Founded in 1862, you will find everything you need at Stockmann – the latest fashion, trendy cosmetics, world-famous Finnish design, souvenirs and much more. The Stockmann flagship store in the heart of Helsinki offers more than 50.000 square meters of shopping space across ten floors. There are 6 Stockmann department stores in Finland’s major cities and local department stores in the Estonian capital Tallinn, and the Latvian capital Riga – all famous for their excellent customer service and wide selection of products. ”
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Museo de arte
“Just off the Helsinki train station, the Ateneum is worth a visit for its architecture and its exhibitions.”
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Centro comercial
“Next to Kamppi with walking distance in the center. Enjoy your time in the mall with the dining place on top and ground floors.”
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“Located in the heart of Helsinki, Esplanadi Park serves as both a tourist promenade and a living room for city dwellers. The park and the Espa Stage there provide a good setting for various events. June will include Marimekko fashion show and in July Jazz Espa concert series.”
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“Putte's Bar and Pizza, i.e. Putte, has become one of the city's classic pizza bars. Putte is also a family-friendly mix of a bar and restaurant, and the kitchen is open exceptionally late. The downstairs space, The Cellar, hosts evenings from club nights to concerts and other gatherings. Another great reason to check out Putte's is its art. The owner, Antto Melasniemi, has collected high-quality Finnish contemporary art over the years, which he hangs on the walls of his restaurant. ”
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Place to eat
“Built in 1928, Yrjönkatu Swimming Hall is the oldest public swimming hall in Finland. The architecture of the building is historically and artistically noteworthy, representing a fine example of Classicism. Over the decades it has retained its original appearance, and after the renovations which - began in 1997 - the fantastically restored hall was reopened in October 1999. There are separate swimming sessions for men and women, with bathers having the choice of whether to wear a swimming costume or not. The option to wear a swimming costume became available from September 2001. On the second floor you'll find a steam sauna as well as wood and electrically heated saunas. Between swimming and sauna on the 2nd floor you can relax in your own cabin and enjoy the menu of Café Yrjö.”
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Convention Center
“Finlandia Hall was completed in 1971. Located in a beautiful park by the sea in the centre of Helsinki, Finlandia Hall is a true work of art and embodies Alvar Aalto’s vision down to the smallest detail. Whatever the occasion – whether it’s a concert, a meeting, or one of our many other events – there’s always something happening at Finlandia Hall. A masterpiece by the world-renowned Finnish architect, Alvar Aalto, Finlandia Hall is worth a visit in its own right.”
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“Great to visit with kids! It's free and has childrens' playground outside. Check out the top floor! Oodi is Helsinki’s new Central Library and a living meeting place. Its wide range of services and facilities are available to residents seven days a week, from early in the morning till late in the evening. Oodi functions as a living room for residents, located right at the heart of Helsinki. ”
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“This is not only restaurant but also "nightlife" and "cocktails", as well as live performances of different kinds. One of favorite places for locals!”
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Museo de arte
“The new Amos Rex museums exhibition programme will extend from the newest, often experimental, contemporary art to 20th-century Modernism and ancient cultures. Amos Rex is a meeting place for art and urban culture, consisting of new underground exhibition spaces, the old Lasipalatsi building ("glass palace") from 1936 and its Bio Rex cinema, as well as a vibrant event forum on Lasipalatsi Square, which serves as the roof of the exhibition hall.”
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Salón de conciertos
“Check out the symphony or listen to some jazz in the black box theatre, there are also great places for a picnic or drinks on the terrace. ”
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“Rooftop terrace at the top of Torni-hotel tower (available for non-hotel-guests too) - great views over the city”
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“It is the main commercial street in Helsinki and it leads to the white church. You can find all kind of shops and restaurants there.”
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Bar de hotel
“Rooftop bar to have 360 view of the city. Highly recommended! Go there a bit before the sunset. So worth it! ”
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Pool Hall
“Legendary bar owned by Kaurismäki brothers. A popular hang out place for artistic types.”
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