Helsinki - a lively maritime city
A taste of culture and the scent of the sea
The symbol of Helsinki is the brilliant white cathedral known in Finnish as Tuomiokirkko that towers above Senate Square. Helsinki offers architectural jewels, international top design, hot fashion names and grand outdoor events and festivals in the heart of the city. Within the past few years Helsinki has emerged as an internationally significant trendsetter, while still retaining its soft nature typical of a small town. The newest addition to Helsinki attractions is Amos Rex museum, which opened its doors August 30th 2018.
Tallink & Silja Line terminals in Helsinki:
5 reasons to travel to Helsinki
Helsinki has really invested in culture, and it has been noticed! In 2000, Helsinki was named Europe's Capital of Culture. The first Helsinki Biennial is held in the unique surroundings of Vallisaari Island 12.6.–26.9.2021. Just in one day, you can enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the Helsinki, get to know the city's unique architecture and visit the best cultural attractions.
If you are looking for a perfect mix of city and nature, Helsinki is the place for you. Here you are close to nature and fresh sea air. Start the day peacefully with a walk on the seafront or in the woods, move on to a museum or real Finnish sauna and end the day with dinner in local restaurant.
Helsinki is easy to discover! With a day ticket to public transportation you can easily get around the whole city by metro, tram, bus and ferry. Or walk, rent a city bike or take a ferry to one of Helsinki's 330 islands! With us you can travel close to city centre and find interesting attractions around the city.
A short ferry ride from Helsinki Marketplace and you will find the Suomenlinna Sea Fortress. It was originally a base for the archipelago fleet, today it is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. The island also has several restaurants and cafes. A perfect day trip for you who want to escape the pulse of the city for a while!
Helsinki is a destination for the whole family! The capital of Finland offers lots of activities for the youngest members of the family. Take the kids to the underwater zoot Sea Life, discover the Linnanmäki amusement park or go on an adventure indoors in the activity hall SuperPark or Korkeasaari Zoo.
Reach Helsinki by sea from Tallinn & Stockholm
Unesco Heritage site
Suomenlinna is a historical maritime fortress and one of Finland's most popular sights. It attracts more than 700,000 visitors every year. Our ships Silja Serenade and Silja Symphony pass by every day! Be sure to be on the deck with your camera!
Plan your visit to the Fortress here www.suomenlinna.fi
Helsinki has its own Design District, an area to the south of the Esplanade that is home to around 200 design attractions, from shops to galleries, studios to museums, and design offices to museums and restaurants.
Stay more than one day in Helsinki and book a hotel overnight!