What to do during your stay in Helsinki?
Helsinki is a vibrant and diverse city, where most major sights can be found within walking distance of the city centre.The city has excellent public transportation, which will conveniently take you to wherever you want to go. If you want to rest your feet you can board for example a tram – all free of charge with Helsinki Card.
Helsinki offers countless holiday experiences for families. Spend a hilarious day at the Linnanmäki amusement park, have a picnic at historical Suomenlinna Sea Fortress or learn more about Scandinavian animals at the Korkeasaari Zoo.
Most sights and attractions are closed on the following holidays 2014:
New Year’s Day (1.1.), Epiphany (6.1.), Good Friday (18.4.), Easter Sunday (20.4.), Easter Monday (21.4.), May 1st (1.5) , Ascension Day (29.5.), Whitsuntide (8.6.), Midsummer Days (20.-22.6.), All Saint's Day (1.11.), Independence Day (6.12.), Christmas Eve (24.12.), Christmas Day (25.12.) and Boxing Day (26.12.). We aim to give you up-to-date information, but please see the attractions own website for exceptional opening hours and additional information on exhibitions!