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1 day guided tour to Helsinki from Tallinn by VIP car
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1 day guided tour to Helsinki from Tallinn by VIP car

Helsinki is a modern, pocket-sized European city known for design and high technology. Helsinki’s attractive and unique character comes from its proximity to the sea, as well as its location between the East and the West.

We use our creativity and knowledge to adjust the tour according to your interests and preferences, the party size and the weather conditions; so you will get the best of Helsinki Highlights.

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Helsinki Cathedral, Unioninkatu 29, Helsinki Finland

You will see all Highlights of Helsinki.

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Helsinki Music Centre, Mannerheimintie 13A, Helsinki 00100 Finland

You will see all Highlights of Helsinki.

Stop At: Oodi Central Library, Toolonlahdenkatu 4, Helsinki 00100 Finland

Amazing place. 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.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Loyly Sauna, Hernesaarenranta 4, Helsinki 00150 Finland

Löyly, an urban oasis occupying a stretch of beautiful Helsinki waterfront, offers a warm welcome and many delights for locals and visitors alike. On a beautiful summer’s day, our terrace is the place to be and our saunas are available daily.

While Löyly offers exceptional architecture in a unique location, it is our commitment to sustainable business and green construction that truly sets us apart. The environment has been our number one consideration throughout the project, informing everything from our choice of FSC certified building materials to our menu.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Huvilakatu, Huvilakuja 1-15, 00150 Helsinki, Finland

Jugend style buildings. Most beautiful and expensive buildings of Helsinki.

Stop At: Kaivopuisto, Iso Puistotie - Ehrenstromintie - Itainen Puistotie, Helsinki 00140 Finland

Kaivopuisto is situated right at the tip of the Helsinki peninsula. It is one of the oldest and most popular parks in the city. The streets surrounding the park also form a residential area of around 500 inhabitants. The neighbourhood is home to old villas and several embassies, and has become known as a diplomat district.

The rocky peninsula tip used to be covered in pristine forest and swamps. In the 1830s, a high-society spa opened its doors in the area with an adjacent refurbished park. The park was far enough removed from the bustle of the city centre and became a meeting point and recreational hub for society. These days Kaivopuisto or "Kaivari" serves the pastime needs of nearby residents as well as the whole metropolitan area. The biggest yearly get-together is the May Day picnic when tens of thousands of Helsinkians flock to the park to welcome the approaching summer – although the weather can be anything from t-shirt bliss to a hailstorm. In Finland, the May Day celebrations merge labour day traditions with an urban carnival.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Sibelius Park, Mechelininkatu, Helsinki Finland

The Sibelius park was named after Finland's greatest composer Jean Sibelius on his 80th birthday in 1945. A favourite destination in the park is the Sibelius Monument designed by Eila Hiltunen.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Old Market Hall, Etelaranta Along the South Harbor, Helsinki 00130 Finland

The Old Market Hall in Helsinki has served its customers since 1889. Merchants sell everything from cheese, fish, shellfish, vegetable, fruit and cakes to spices, coffee and tea. They are also more than happy to help with any special orders.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Hotel Katajanokka, Merikasarminkatu 1, 00160 Helsinki, Finland

Hotel Katajanokka fulfils the expectations of travellers looking for an exceptional quality. Inside the old brick walls, a fascinating world of contrasts opens up; a modern premier-class hotel built in a historic prison setting. The red brick walls house 106 magnificent and luxurious rooms. Stylish decor and unique atmosphere effectively take your mind away from the busy working day and intensive travelling. The thick walls ensure a good night's sleep and first class conveniences are available to meet even the most demanding requirements. The hotel is located in a beautiful, quiet park surrounded by the old prison walls. The Linnankellari restaurant is a definite must-be for fans of simple and delicious Nordic Cuisine. Refurbished into the prison canteen in the basement of the building, Linnankellari is open from early 'til late.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Senate Square, Aleksanterinkatu, Hallituskatu, Helsinki Finland

The Senate Square and its surroundings form a unique and cohesive example of Neoclassical architecture. The square is dominated by four buildings designed by Carl Ludvig Engel (1778-1840): Helsinki Cathedral, the Government Palace, the main building of the University of Helsinki and the National Library of Finland. A statue of Alexander II (1894) stands in the middle of the Senate Square. Helsinki Cathedral is arguably Finland's most famous and photographed building. The oldest stone building in Helsinki is the Sederholm House located on the southeast corner of the square. Today the building hosts the Helsinki City Museum. The Esplanade park and the Market Square are just a block away. The Senate Square also hosts a sound installation called the Sound of the Senate Square. It is a modern version of the European glockenspiel and can be heard every day at 17:49 as it travels from one building to the next. The composition runs for 5 minutes 18 seconds and is composed by Harri Viitanen and Jyrki Alakuijala.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Temppeliaukio Church, Lutherinkatu 3, Helsinki 00100 Finland

Excavated directly into solid rock, the Temppeliaukio church is situated in the heart of Helsinki, at the end of Fredrikinkatu. Because of its special architecture, the church, completed in 1969, is one of the main attractions in Helsinki. The church hall is covered with a dome, lined with copper and supported on the rock walls by reinforced concrete beams. The interior walls are of rugged rock and rubble wall. Before noon, the light spreads from the row of windows surrounding the roof periphery to the altar wall, where an ice-age crevice serves as the altarpiece. Due to its excellent acoustics the church is a popular venue for concerts.

Duration: 15 minutes

Duration:7 to 10 hours
Commences in:Tallinn, Estonia

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