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Holidays To Helsinki

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Visit the ‘Daughter of the Baltic’ this holiday and discover the best of Finland. Cheap holidays to Helsinki from Travel Center are ideal for planning and enjoying a vacation in the beautiful environs of this international city. Travel Center offers you convenient easy on-line booking together with budget accommodation and fantastic seasonal offers with our inexpensive all-inclusive holidays to Helsinki. Ask our experts about best times to visit the city and book holidays to Helsinki to enjoy the friendly vibes, sunny cafes and vibrant nightlife. Beautiful Helsinki surrounded by the Baltic Sea is an eclectic collection of churches and museums. Steeped in history this city promises to awe, don’t miss out on the vacation of lifetime simply choose the best holiday package to Helsinki from Travel Center. Suomenlinna is Helsinki’s greatest attraction, once a magnificent Baltic fortress this structure is well geared to cater to tourists. Restaurants, sunny cafes and theatres are available for entertainment while the magnificent museums are quite impressive. Travel Center offers a comprehensive range of holiday packages covering budget flights, inexpensive hotels and also flexible booking options. Get planning today and discover the quaint islands, lush parks and world class galleries of Helsinki.


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Time Zone

UTC+02:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, EasyJet, Thomson Airways, Icelandair, WOW air


Finnish, Swedish

Best Time to Travel

May to September

Modes of Transport

Trams, Bus, Car, Walk, Trams

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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Mannerheimintie (Mannerheim Street)

The Mannerheimintie Street runs northwest from the Central Railway Station, on the other side of the leading post office. The Central Railway Station, constructed in 1919, is worth a tour as it is the excellent structure by famous architect Eliel Saarinen with a 48-meter-tall clock tower.

Finnish National Museum of Art (Ateneum)

Famous as the Ateneum after the title of the magnificent grandeur structure it inhabits. The same construction also holds the popular Finnish Academy of Art. Drawn by Theodor Höijer and finished in 1887, the Ateneum houses Finland's top art selection of ancient works and also current art in a gallery of its own.

Finnish National Museum (Kansallismuseo)

Established in 1912 in a National Romantic manner, the museum is simple to view when travelling north down the road as it is the only structure on the left hand side with a high steeple. The Kansallismuseo holds a complete selection of matter on the lifestyle and ethnography of Finland.

Finlandia Hall

A concert and convention atrium made by Alvar Aalto and constructed in 1971 with a white front of Carrara marble. The marble is also utilised on the inner part of the construction. Features materialize in hardwoods and ceramics. The chief concert auditorium is a remarkable location and is popular for its acoustics.

Helsinki Olympic Stadium

To the north of the Finlandia Hall, at the summit of the Töölönlahti lake is the ancient Trade Fair Hall, and past this the Olympic Stadium (1938), with a 72-meter-tall tower from which there is a splendid sight of the metropolis - and an elevator.

Central Park (Keskuspuisto)

A huge park right in the center of the city. Engulfing around 10 square kilometers, the park starts at the Olympic Stadium nearby Töölönlahti Bay and extends north into the section of Vantaa at the Paloheinä forest where there is a broad cross-country skiing region.

Linnanmäki Amusement Park

An amusement park, with a water tower, a switchback, and a huge wheel. Together with the adjacent Television Tower, it shapes an impressive sight on Helsinki's horizon. The park opened in 1950 and has repeatedly modernized and upgraded the rides, shows, stores, and restaurants.

Hietaniemi Area

Along the shore, south and east from the chief railway station are the Rowing Stadium from the 1952 Olympics, kayak and canoe rentals, and the stunning sandy beach of Hietaniemi. Nearby are many open meadows normally utilised as soccer parks, various eateries, and a general sauna.

Rock Church

Created by Timo and Tuomo Suomalainen in the late 1960s. The basement inner parts of the church were sculpted out of and constructed straight into the historic hard rock of the Helsinki cape. The interior is soaked in a wonderful pure light that comes passed the glazed vault.

Market Square

The chief planned and surfaced courtyard in central Helsinki. It is one of the famous outdoor fairs in northern Europe. Surrounding the Baltic Sea, at the eastern part of the Esplanadi, the fair passes from spring to fall. It is brimming of stands purchasing Finnish foods, flowers, and visitors’ memento and also a few exterior cafés.