Helsinki TOP 5 Tourist Attractions

Helsinki Cathedral was built from 1830 to 1852 and was known as St Nicholas' Church until the year 1917.

 
 

Helsinki Top 5 Sightseeing Tips

1. Helsinki senate square

 Monument of Russian tsar Alexander II in Senate Square in Helsinki.

Monument of Russian tsar Alexander II in Senate Square in Helsinki.

Helsinki, called the "Daughter of the Baltic", is on the tip of a peninsula and on 315 islands. Helsinki senate square is also very close to the sea and in many ways the best starting place for your visit to Helsinki. It is the main square of Helsinki and very close to many other sights like Helsinki Cathedral, Uspenski Cathedral, Helsinki main Market Square, Presidential Palace, Helsinki City Hall, Helsinki City Museum, Esplanadi park and many charming shops close to Sofiankatu - the oldest street of Helsinki. Naturally, Helsinki senate square is a stopping place for all our Helsinki sightseeing tours.

  Suomenlinna  is popular day trip destination in summer time.

Suomenlinna is popular day trip destination in summer time.

Suomenlinna fortress island has many museums, shops and cafes and can be easily reached by ferry from Helsinki Market Square.

 Old  wooden church  in  Seurasaari  was built in 1685.

Old wooden church in Seurasaari was built in 1685.

Seurasaari Open-Air Museum was founded in 1909 and has 138,000 objects in the historical collections showing Finnish history from the Middle Ages to the present day. Seurasaari is also a popular picnic place at summer time and has famous Midsummer Bonfires festival.

  Jean Sibelius  (1865–1957) was a Finland's greatest composer and his monument contains 600 hollow steel pipes and weighs 24 tons.

Jean Sibelius (1865–1957) was a Finland's greatest composer and his monument contains 600 hollow steel pipes and weighs 24 tons.

Sibelius Monument is definately a place to see when visiting in Helsinki. You can also book Sibelius Culture Trail trip to get to know more about Sibelius and Finnish culture.

  Temppeliaukio Church  is built directly into solid rock allowing natural light to enter through the skylight surrounding the center copper dome.

Temppeliaukio Church is built directly into solid rock allowing natural light to enter through the skylight surrounding the center copper dome.

Half a million people visit annually unique Temppeliaukio Rock Church, which has wonderful acoustics. ‍ Temppelinaukio Church offers also plenty of music. If you like, you can enjoy concerts there every week!