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CULTURE 26 Helsinki has a lively and versatile cultural life. Check out the main museums, music venues, movies and theatre.
ENJOY AUGUST Local tips to experience Helsinki
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Eat, drink, festival, repeat August can be dubbed as the month of festivals by all means. The number and range of events is massive! There will be sympathetic neighbourhood celebrations and atmospheric concerts in a concert tent on offer, the Night of the Arts will fill the streets and, in addition to all that, Flow Festival. August is usually a warm month so there will be plenty to do and see in the dark, balmy August nights. In this magazine, we try to cover as many events as possible so that you can make the most of your trip to Helsinki. First, we suggest checking out the event pages 5–11, then the best picks of Helsinki Festival on page 10. And don’t forget to check out the Night of the Arts, turning 30 this year, on the Local Guide page 5. On page 14, you will find our tips for August in Helsinki. You must remember to eat and drink so that you can festival. That’s why we recommend getting to know our Eat & Drink listings on page 46. There you will find in categories the restaurants, cafés, bars and night clubs of Helsinki. In the My Helsinki section, page 12, we will present musician Tuomas Holopainen who many know from the Finnish band Nightwish. Tuomas will share what he is up to and tell about his relationship with Helsinki. Enjoy August! P.S. What would you like to read in our magazine? Is there something missing? Please let us know! Submit your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
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30 Years Of Night Of The Arts
or 30th time, the street of Helsinki will be filled with art, culture and night-time wanderers. Organised for the first time in the summer of 1989, this pioneering block party has grown into a colourful city festival featuring hundreds of big and small art events, with venues ranging
from clubs and pubs to the parks and streets of the city. The Night of the Arts presents the possibility to take a fresh look at the city and art, without the confines of art institutions or strictly curated programmes. At 15.8. More info at www.helsinkifestival.fi/ taiteidenyo/en/
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KALLIO BLOCK PARTY 3.8. One of the most loved neighbourhood festivals is Kallio Block Party, in the streets and parks of Kallio district. A programme for the whole family includes music, flea markets, and street food. More info at www.kallioblockparty.org
FLOW FESTIVAL 9.–11.8. Flow Festival is one the best-known festivals in Finland, and no wonder. It’s been described as a leading European music and arts boutique festival and the coolest festival in the Nordics. With a history of over 15 years, Flow Festival is already an institution, and an amazing experience every August. Showcasing both world-known superstars and emerging artists alike, the programme includes also visual arts and culinary experiences. So, head to Suvilahti and the area around a disused power station, an area clad in colours and lights. See the programme and buy your tickets at www.flowfestival.com/en/
ETNO-ESPA 5.–15.8. You can enjoy free concerts in the heart of the city at Espa outdoor stage in Esplanade Park. Enjoy great contemporary folk music acts in August! More info at www.etno-espa.fi
MAGNESIA FESTIVAL 2.–4.8.
BRQ VANTAA FESTIVAL 5.–11.8.
Magnesia Festival is a heartful island festival organised in the beautiful surroundings of Suomenlinna fortress. For three days, Magnesia will bring yoga, meditation, dance, music, healthy food and wellbeing workshops to the island. Join the happiness.
One of the most exciting music festivals in the Nordics for baroque music lovers. The festival presents the best of renaissance and baroque music. The concerts will take place in the medieval Church of St. Lawrence and its beautiful new chapel.
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HELSINKI FESTIVAL 15.8.–1.9.
An exciting race for wooden sailboats at Suomenlinna Sea Fortress. You’re welcome with your boat or just to enjoy the day! On the shore at Varvilahti Bay you’ll find a restaurant area where you can enjoy beverages, food and good music. The traditional sauna is available for the crews right after the race. So, relax after the sail, before dinner and festivities at the marina.
Over two weeks full of culture and experiences, that’s what you’ll get when you join the Helsinki Festival. Starting mid-August, the festival introduces programme with many different sorts of events, from concerts to visual arts and cinema. Art Goes Kapakka brings music, performance, poetry and improvisation to restaurants and bars around the city. The Night of the Arts celebrates its 30th year and the lovely Huvila festival tent in Hakaniemi serves as a unique venue for live music.
The race starts at 9.30. Check the course map at www.english.viaporin tuoppi.fi to find the best spot to follow the race.
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VIAPORY TROPHY – THE CLASSIC BOAT RACE 17.8.
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ART GOES KAPAKKA 15.8.–24.8. Art Goes Kapakka is a festival with hundreds of events organized in restaurants and bars in Helsinki. The festival will start with the traditional Tour of Choirs. Over 2000 singers gather to Senate Square to perform together and then spread out around the city to sing in the festival restaurants. Read more at www.artgoeskapakka.fi/en/
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SEURASAARI SOI 16.–20.8.
SKIDIT FESTARIT 17.8. Already for a tenth time, this kids’ festival will bring all kinds of interesting things to do and see for children of all ages. Fun stuff and crazy programme for the whole family all day! More info at www.skiditfestarit.fi
BERRY/MUSHROOM PICKING IN NUUKSIO Forests in Finland are a real treasure if you like foraging berries or mushrooms. Picking berries and mushrooms in tranquil forests is relaxing and fun. Finnish wild berries and mushrooms are clean and healthy; they contain huge amounts of important vitamins, flavonoids, fibres, and anti-oxidants. This guided nature hike takes you to the best foraging places in Nuuksio National Park for 3-5 km in varying terrain, small forest paths
Seurasaari Soi makes Finnish history come alive in music. The event is organised at the open-air museum of Seuraasari displaying Finnish way of life by cottages, farmsteads and manors of the past four centuries. Seurasaari is located on a beautiful island just a few kilometres from the city center. Hop on the bus no 24 from Lasipalatsi, Seurasaari is the last stop of the bus line. More info at www.kansallismuseo. fi/en/seurasaariopenairmuseum
and off-track. The guide tells about foraging and what it is allowed and safe to pick. After picking berries and mushrooms in the forest it’s time to taste them on a break with fresh coffee or tea and snack by the campfire. Nuuksio National Park. Departure from Kiasma at 10. Price 85 €/person. More info at www. feelthenature.fi/en/berry-picking-and-mushroom-hunting-in-nuuksio-national-park/
VIAPORI JAZZ 20.–24.8. Unforgettable jazz experiences in the amazing surroundings of the historic Suomenlinna, what could be better on an autumn evening. More info at www.viaporijazz.fi
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VINTAGE TRAM RIDE Vintage tram ride takes people to the olden days. The tram ride can be taken in a motor car from 1909 or an open summer trailer from 1919. 29.6.–1.9. Sat-Sun at 10–17. Departures every 30 minutes at Havis Amanda Statute, the tour takes 15–20 minutes. Tickets 6 € from the conductor, under 2 yrs free.
HELSINKI MARATHON 24.8. Ready to run? Or maybe just cheer for the runners along the route of Helsinki Marathon. There’s also a chance to take the half marathon route, 10 km route or be part of a marathon relay. The races are run on the city streets of Southern Helsinki and the city centre. Event area and start at Meripuisto, Eira district. Start times (appr.): 9:00 Marathon, 1/2-marathon & Marathon Relay, 12:00 10 km run. More info at http://www.helsinkimarathon.fi/ en/home/
DANCE AT MERIMELOJIEN MAJA 7.8., 14.8., 21.8. & 28.8. Traditional live dances at Merimelojien Maja by the sea have been organized every summer since the 1960s. The live band plays dance music (waltz, tango, fox, etc.) for the whole evening. Coffee, refreshments and home baked pastries are available at the coffee bar. No alcoholic drinks. Tickets 12 € / students 8 €. More info at www.facebook.com/ MerimelojienLavatanssit
THE WILD AND CRAZY The Wild and Crazy or LOL exhibition brings the world’s funniest wildlife pictures to Haltia. The exhibition displays the 2017–2018 finalists and winners of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards (CWPA). The aim of the global photography competition is to promote wildlife conservation. We hope that as well as providing some good laughs, the exhibition also sparks an interest in wildlife conservation. Nuuksiontie 84. More info at www.haltia.com/en/visit-haltia/
CHILDREN OF BODOM 23.8. Kaisaniemi Park is filled with world class metal music as the Finnish metal band Children of Bodom takes the stage on their Hexed world tour. Supported by Katatonia, Hardcore Superstar and Lost Society as the opening acts. Kaisaniemi Park, doors open at 16. Tickets 59 € / 99 € / 159 € from www.lippu.fi and www.tiketti.fi
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Helsinki Festival Tips
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Helsinki Festival is the largest arts festival in Finland, organised annually in late summer. The festival’s aim is to make art accessible for all. Helsinki Festival hosts also many events with free of entrance. © EOIN CAREY / HELSINKI FESTIVAL
ENTER HELSINKI 15.8.–1.9. During Helsinki Festival, the busiest entrances into the city will transform into shared art experiences. ENTER HELSINKI brings new ambient art works utilising light and sound to the Central Railway Station, Helsinki Airport and the West Terminal. The first featured artists in this multiannual programme are three duos combining different art genres. The artists are utilising sound and image in several ways, and these works challenge you to ponder the themes of arriving, leaving, waiting and free mobility from a new perspective. More info at www.helsinkifestival. fi/en/programme/enter-helsinki/
ART ON THE BLOCK 15.8., 21.8. AND 27.8. Step inside Elisa Kulma at Aleksanterinkatu to experience music and meet some Finnish stars! On 15.8. rap artists SOFA, F and Yeboyah from D.R.E.A.M.G.I.R.L.S. take over
the place. On 21.8. Kingston Wall musicians Jukka Jylli and Sami Kuoppamäki with Von Hertzen Brothers play Kingston Wall music in honor of the 50th birthday of late Kingston Wall founder Petri Walli. On 27.8. Elisa Kulma features the most intriguing artists of the indie scene as the Helsinki duo of Karina and Lac Belot’s primus motor Jarno Takkumäki take to the stage. More info at www.helsinkifestival. fi/en/programme/art-on-the-block/
ROBOT CHOIR 15.8. The unique Robot Choir sets the mood and warm up the thousand-strong human choir at Senate Square on the opening concert of Art Goes Kapakka festival. The Robot Choir consists of tens of different speakers – from tiny tweeters to massive subwoofers. Before the show, people will teach the Artificial Intelligence how humans sing. Learning from
humans, the Robot Choir can extend the choir sound to new dimensions that are impossible for the human voice. More info at www.helsinkifestival. fi/en/programme/robot-choir/
ARCHITECTS OF AIR: ARBORIA 15.–25.8. During the Night of the Arts on 15.8., Kansalaistori square will sprout a labyrinthine called Arboria. This massive temporary structure by the English Architects of Air collective seeks inspiration from the shapes of the forest and trees: light-filled hallways crisscross like branches and sunlight gleams through the colourful structures, creating a space that is alive and constantly changing. It is a place for relaxation, adventure and inspiration. More info at www.helsinkifestival.fi/en/programme/architects-of-air-arboria/
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Events This Week
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So many exhibitions, so little time? Here are some of the best ones, go check them out. For more, visit www.helsinkithisweek.com © TOVE JANSSON ESTATE / HAM / HANNA KUKORELLI
SILENT BEAUTY 14.6.–6.10.
Design Museum, Korkeavuorenkatu 23, www.designmuseum.fi. Mon–Sun 11–18.
Ateneum Art Museum, Kaivokatu 2, www.ateneum.fi. Open Tue & Fri 10–18, Wed & Thu 10–20, Sat & Sun 10–17.
SECRET UNIVERSE – COMPANY: AAMU SONG & JOHAN OLIN 5.5.–22.9. Since 2007, designer duo Aamu Song and Johan Olin have travelled around the world, seeking in a folkloristic spirit traditional crafts techniques and manufacturing skills. These trips have resulted in art objects, clothing, accessories and furniture made together with local masters of crafts. Through their work, Song and Olin want to direct attention to the endangered nature of crafts skills and the unsustainability of present-day
or in any case the best? Vote for your favourite artist during your exhibition visit.
consumer culture, and to offer alternatives to consumerism.
Nordic and East Asian art share the idea of everyday beauty and a connection with nature. The Silent Beauty exhibition juxtaposes visual art, ceramics, textile art and architecture especially from the 1950s and the 1960s from Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Japanese collections.
ARS FENNICA 2019 Ars Fennica 2019 exhibition presents the five candidates vying for Finland’s most notable visual art award: Petri Ala-Maunus (FI), Miriam Bäckström (SE), Ragnar Kjartansson (IS), Egill Sæbjörnsson (IS) and Aurora Reinhard (FI). The exhibition involves two important choices: the award winner and visitors’ choice. You decide the latter! What was the work you found most touching, awe-inspiring, beautiful, significant,
Amos Rex, Mannerheimintie 22–24, www.amosrex.fi. Mon & Fri 11–18, Wed & Thu 11–20, Sat & Sun 11–17.
TOVE JANSSON The works of Tove Jansson (1914– 2001) are amongst the most cherished pieces in the HAM collection. HAM has dedicated some of its galleries to an exhibition of the artist’s life and works. In the new hanging, Jansson’s frescos and her sketches of murals for the Aurora Children’s Hospital are now joined by two murals which were made for the Pitäjänmäki factory of the Strömberg company. The new hanging includes also lamps by designer Paavo Tynell, which were featured in the original venue of the frescos, the Kaupunginkellari restaurant in Helsinki. Helsinki Art Museum HAM, Eteläinen Rautatiekatu 8, www.hamhelsinki.fi. Open Tue–Sun 11–19.
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WHO? Tuomas Holopainen is a Finnish musician known as the leader, keyboardist and primary composer and lyricist of Nightwish. Currently, Tuomas is working on Nightwishâ€™s next album. Alongside that, he makes crossword puzzles, tends to his garden and enjoys late summer in his hometown of Kitee in Northern Karelia.
Tuomas Holopainen, What are your favourite spots in Helsinki? Tuomas, you live in Kitee in the region of Northern Karelia. What is your relationship with Helsinki? I visit Helsinki quite often because of work and also for fun. For instance, the Helsinki Book Fair, Cirque du Soleil and certain concerts attract me to the Finnish capital every now and then. I’m familiar enough with Helsinki not to get lost. You were born in Kitee and still live there. Why? Kitee holds my memories, peace, family and everything I need. The more I’ve travelled around world, the clearer it is for me what a lovely safe haven Kitee is. What is Nightwish up to at the moment? We just finished a demo of our upcoming album, and the idea is to devote the rest of the year to rehearsing, arranging and recording the album. We’re hoping the final result to see the light of day in spring 2020. So there is exciting buzz in the air. www.helsinkithisweek.com
How are you spending your summer? I will mostly spend my summer putting together the album but there will surely be time for traditional summer fun, too, from waterskiing to picking mushrooms and from watching a fire to reading. You have toured the world a lot. What are the most memorable concert locations where you have performed? The more exotic a location sounds on paper, the more memorable the experience usually is. Panama, Costa Rica, Olavinlinna Castle in Finland, the village of Lakselv in Norway, New Zealand, Singapore, Libanon, Enon Kanavaranta Rock festival, Kiteen Huvikeskus… There are so many. Oh yes, and the iconic Wembley Arena in London is also among the top places. Be a part of the Nightwish Story at the Finnish Music Museum! More info at www.nightwish.com
TUOMAS’S FAVOURITE PLACES IN HELSINKI: Hotel Helka is our band’s go-to place when staying the night in Helsinki. I’ve counted that so far I’ve spent a year of my life there. Restaurant Olo is a very classy, warm and inspiring restaurant where the works of art take you on a journey of tastes to your childhood, purity and happiness. Akateeminen kirjakauppa bookshop is a place where I can easily spend hours. Books create a peaceful, museal atmosphere, and Aalto Café upstairs has excellent treats. Natural History Museum is worth several visits, it is always compelling and inspiring. Ruohonjuuri shops providing organic and environmentally friendly products are probably the only thing I miss in Kitee.
Local tips to experience Helsinki Text: Helsinki This Week Photo: Lonna, Nina IjĂ¤s / Visit Finland
You have already taken a walk at the Senate Square, seen the Market Square and the main sights of Helsinki. Now you wonder: What to do next? Let the locals show you! Follow these tips and you are guaranteed to enjoy a sunny and warm August day (and evening).
LONNA ISLAND This tiny feelgood oasis of the Helsinki archipelago, Lonna island, is located only a 10-minute ferry ride from the Market Square. In the past, this little island served as a base for storing and clearing mines. Now it’s a base for relaxing and enjoying the amazing views of the Baltic sea and towards Suomenlinna. Sip a cup of coffee or a drink at the restaurant, or take a dip in the sea to cool yourself when enjoying a sauna moment. And just sit on the beach cliffs and feel the wind in your hair. Enjoy #lonnamoment Ferries to Lonna depart from the Market Square from 10–21. Check the timetables at www.jt-line.fi/eng/ suomenlinna-vallisaari-lonna/timetable-lonna/. Lonna is also part of the Island hopping tour (Lonna, Vallisaari and Suomenlinna), tickets valid the whole day. More info about Lonna at www.lonna.fi/en/lonna/
KAURILAN SAUNA Close to Seurasaari you’ll find a place of heat and relaxation. Kaurilan Sauna is an experience, in this milieu you can enjoy a real Finnish wood heated sauna in an authentic 19th century sauna building! Try out also their own ecologically and ethically produced sauna products and natural cosmetics. Buy tickets in advance. Heikinniementie 9, 15 minutes from the city center. Weekly public sauna hours Mon–Wed from 18–22. Tickets and private reservations at www.kaurilansauna.fi.
HIETALAHTI MARKET HALL AND FLEA MARKET Head to Hietalahti Market Square where you’ll find a charming Market Hall and the most traditional flea market in Helsinki. The Market Hall was built in 1903
and it has functioned as a place for buying and selling goods ever since. Shop for design products and special delicacies or grab a coffee. At the market square there is more to find: Hietalahti flea market is a classic in town, so go ahead and shop some more! Market Hall open Mon–Tue 8–18, Wed–Thu 8–20, Fri–Sat 8–22, Sun 10–16. Flea market open Mon–Fri 8–18, Sat 8–16, Sun 10–16. More info at www.hietalahdenkauppahalli.fi
TOUR TO FINNISH LAKES & FORESTS Take a tour in Nuuksio National Park and experience the Finnish nature and the peaceful wilderness. A guided 4,5-hour tour starts with a bus ride from Helsinki to Espoo and includes a guided walk in the forests of the National Park. You’ll be amazed with Finnish lakes and forests, and also have change to visit Finnish Nature Centre Haltia. Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:30-15 until 31.8. More info at www.stromma.com/en-fi/helsinki/tours-excursions/day-trips/finnish-lakes-and-forests/
RESTAURANT BOAT M/S MARIA There’s a place next to Hakaniemi Market Square where you should stop and enjoy a moment or two. Restaurant boat M/S Maria is located at the market square pier, with nice views to both Hakaniemi and towards Kruununhaka. Besides serving cool drinks with a smile, they also have menu of tasty soups and Neapolitan pizzas! Hakaniemenranta 3. Open daily from 12 onwards. Kitchen open Mon–Sat 13–20. More info at www.facebook.com/RavintolalaivaMaria/
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Flow Festival is all about great music and amazing atmosphere. But there’s also so much more to experience, so let us introduce you to some of the best aspects of Flow!
Text: Helsinki This Week Photo: Jussi Hellsten / Flow Festival
low Festival is the leading European music and arts boutique festival, and the coolest festival in the Nordics. With a history of over 15 years, Flow Festival showcases both world-known superstars and emerging artists alike. The programme includes also visual arts and culinary experiences. So, head to Suvilahti and the area around a disused power station, an area clad in colours and lights. EAT & DRINK FLOW Locally sourced food and seasonal ingredients are the stars of the menus of the 40 restaurants and 20 bars, be it a sushi dish, a vegetarian burger or a late-night dish. Or even a drink! Every restaurant has their own signature styles and flavours, and around half of the dishes sold are vegan and vegetarian. SUSTAINABLE FLOW Flow is a trendsetter and a leader when it comes to sustainability actions. The festival has its own responsibility program which means that environment and social sustainability are in the heart of the party. Among many, Flow runs with green electricity, and recycles and reuses all waste produced during the festival. And what’s even more important: Flow Festival is the world’s first carbon neutral festival!
WEAR FLOW Flow’s urban clothing collection is created in cooperation with the clothing brand Makia. It’s a classic and fresh collection in black, white and grey, with a twist of yellow. So, wear a Flow style with Makia x Flow sweatshirt, t-shirt, jacket and a tote bag made with recycled cotton and PET plastic. Do your shopping at the festival site or in the heart of the city, e.g. Makia Flagship Store (Mannerheimintie 22–24, Helsinki) or TRE Store (Mikonkatu 6, Helsinki). EXPERIENCE ART AT FLOW You can really see and feel art at Flow as the festival site presents light art, visual art, street art, video art and movies. Newest addition is the Pink Space which fills with e.g. performances, video installations and poetry. FLOW X OPERA This year Flow can be experienced also outside the festival area. Two days before the kick-off of the festival itself, you can head to the Finnish National Opera and enjoy world-class contemporary dance, electronic music and audiovisual art. National Opera’s Almi Hall serves as a unique venue for a dance portrait Autobiography Edits, performed by ten dancers from Company Wayne McGregor with live music performed by Jlin, an American visionary of electronic music. As an opening act, DJs and visual artists Hawke and Jones present a show mixing together experimental electronic music and audiovisual art. More info at www.flowfestival.com/en
TO DO & SEE PARLIAMENT HOUSE THERE ARE PLENTY of things to do and see in Helsinki. See our list of attractions and main sights. Find out more about entertainment, outdoor activities, wellness and sports. More information on opening hours and tickets is available from the websites of the venues. Please note that we present only a short list of everything you can do and see in Helsinki. For a longer list, visit www.helsinkithisweek.com.
The seat of 200 Members of Parliament. Designed by architect J.S. Sirén (compl. 1931). An example of 1920s classicism. Mannerheimintie 30, +358 9 4321, www.eduskunta.fi
The soul of the city and the venue of important annual events in Helsinki. It is surrounded by neoclassic buildings and former merchants’ houses. Overlooking the square is the Cathedral, completed in 1852 and originally designed by Carl Ludwig Engel. Aleksanterinkatu
ATTRACTIONS FINLANDIA HALL
A masterpiece by the world-renowned Finnish architect Alvar Aalto, Finlandia Hall is worth a visit. Finlandia Hall offers a unique environment for everything from conferences and banquets to events and concerts. Mannerheimintie 13, +358 9 40241, www.finlandiatalo.fi
FLYING CINEMA TOUR OF HELSINKI
A breathtakingly beautiful virtual cinema experience takes you around and inside Helsinki’s most interesting landmarks, without worries about the weather or distance. Multisensory cinema show timings every 15 minutes. Katajanokanlaituri 2, +358 40 465 2273, www.flyingcinematour.com . Discount with
The beautiful and historically significant Helsinki Cathedral was designed by architect Carl Ludwig Engel in the 19th century. Unioninkatu 29, +358 9 2340 6120, www.helsinkicathedral.fi
HELSINKI CENTRAL LIBRARY OODI
Oodi is Helsinki’s new Central Library and a living meeting place. Its wide range of services and facilities are available seven days a week, from early in the morning till late in the evening. Oodi will function as a living room for residents, located right at the heart of Helsinki. Töölönlahdenkatu 4, www.oodihelsinki.fi
KAMPPI CHAPEL OF SILENCE
Wooden Chapel of Silence is located in a corner of the Narinkkatori square in Helsinki, at the entrance of the Kamppi shopping center. The Chapel is a place to have a moment of silence. Simonkatu 7, +358 9 2340 2018, +358 50 578 1136, www.helsinginseurakunnat.fi
KAISANIEMI BOTANIC GARDEN
Outdoor garden and greenhouses with hundreds of exotic plants. Unioninkatu 44, +358 29 412 4455, www.luomus.fi/kaisaniemi
The Sibelius Monument is one of Helsinki’s most popular statues and one of the most well known tourist attractions in Helsinki.The Sibelius Monument, resembling organ pipes, is made of welded steel, with the bust of the composer on one side. Sibelius Park, Mechelininkatu
SkyWheel Helsinki is a state of the art Observation Wheel that provides a 360° view of the heart of Helsinki and its most important surrounding cultural attractions and historical buildings. Katajanokanlaituri 2, +358 40 480 4604, www.skywheel.fi. Discount . with
TEMPPELIAUKIO CHURCH (ROCK CHURCH)
Excavated directly into solid rock. The church hall is covered with a dome, lined with copper and supported on the rock walls by reinforced concrete beams. Lutherinkatu 3, +358 9 2340 6320, www.helsinginkirkot.fi. Free with .
Torikorttelit consists of three oldest blocks in the heart of Helsinki, between the Market Square and the Senate Square. Torikorttelit – a neoclassical part of the city – has turned into a buzzing complex of cafes and restaurants, atmospheric courtyard terraces and unique shops. More info at www.torikorttelit.fi
The largest Orthodox church in Western Europe. Red brick building in Byzantine-Slavonic style (1868).
Kanavakatu 1, +358 9 85 646 200, +358 9 643 264, www.hos.fi
ENTERTAINMENT CASINO HELSINKI
The world of casino games and entertainment. Open daily from noon till 04.00. Age limit 18 years. Mikonkatu 19, +358 200 55000, www.casinohelsinki.fi
FAZER EXPERIENCE VISITOR CENTRE
The visitor centre, located at Fazerila, offers a memorable exhibition, a Fazer Café and a store, as well as event and meeting services. Fazerintie 6, www.visitfazer.com/en
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HEUREKA, THE FINNISH SCIENCE CENTRE
A lively exhibition and activity centre for people of all ages. Visitors can learn about science and technology by experimenting for themselves. Planetarium shows breathtaking films. Tiedepuisto 1, Tikkurila, +358 9 8579 288, www.heureka.fi. Discount . with
LINNANMÄKI AMUSEMENT PARK
The biggest single tourist attraction in Finland and delights over a million visitors each summer in Helsinki. Unique atmosphere created by the big dipper, exciting new rides and a great variety programme. Tivolikuja 1, +358 10 5722 200, www.linnanmaki.fi.
SEA LIFE HELSINKI
SEA LIFE takes you on a magical journey across the seven seas and is filled with wondrous marine animals like sharks, rays and seahorses. Tivolitie 10, +358 9 565 8200, www.sealife.fi. Free with
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Explore the world of snakes and lizards in the Tropicario tropical terrarium. See the world’s most poisonous snakes, look a strangler snake metres long in the eye. Sturenkatu 27, +358 9 750 076, www.tropicario.com
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OUTDOOR ALLAS SEA POOL
An outdoor sea pool Allas combines sauna, spa tradition, and urban culture. At Allas you’ll find saunas, and swimming pools, lounge, terraces, restaurant, and a rooftop garden. Katajanokanlaituri 2a, +358 40 565 6582, www.allasseapool.fi
You’ll find yellow city bikes in 345 locations around the metropolitan area. Anyone can borrow a bike for a reasonable fee. Recommended riding time is 30 minutes. Various stations all around the city, check the stations at kaupunkipyorat.hsl.fi/en
A popular supervised beach near the city centre. Facilities: cabins, shower, toilet, basket ball and beach-volley grounds, cafeteria etc. Hiekkarannantie 1, www.hel.fi
The whole world on a single island, from the tundra to rain forests and from mountain peaks to Finnish wetlands. Helsinki Zoo Korkeasaari is home to 150 animal species. Korkeasaari, +358 50 352 5989, www.korkeasaari.fi. Discount with .
Kuusijärvi is a popular all-season outdoor recreational center. In summertime: swimming & saunas. In wintertime: cross-country skiing and ice swimming. Kuusijärvi has also public smoke saunas. Kuusijärventie 3, +358 10 322 7090, www.cafekuusijarvi.fi
A supervised beach near the Helsinki Zoo Korkeasaari. Facilities: cabin, shower, toilet, exercise equipment. Mustikkamaanpolku 2, www.hel.fi
Three destinations with one ticket: Suomenlinna Sea Fortress, Lonna island and Vallisaari island. Waterbus departs at Market Square. The ticket is valid for one day, and you can spend as much time as you want in each destination. Market Square, +358 10 2051 880, www.jt-line.fi
Guided paddling, kayaking and canoeing trips in Vuosaari Paddling Center. From 1.5.-30.9. Harbonkatu 13, +358 10 292 4030, www.naturaviva.fi
NUUKSIO NATIONAL PARK
Within easy reach of Helsinki city centre you can escape into wild natural settings and enjoy typically Finnish scenery, with lovely lakes, green forests and rugged crags. Nuuksio, www.nationalparks.fi
PALOHEINÄ RECREATIONAL CENTRE MAP F/G3
Paloheinä is the main center for outdoor activities in the Central Park. It’s a popular place for cross-country running, orienteering, and skiing in the wintertime. Pakilantie 124, +358 44 722 6328, www.suomenlatu.fi
Unsupervised beach on a popular recreation island. Facilities: cabin, shower, toilet, volley-ball ground, children’s playground, restaurant and kiosk. Boat connection from Merisatama. Pihlajasaari island, www.pihlajasaari.net
A supervised nudist beach on a beautiful recreation island. Separate areas for women and men. Facilities: cabin, shower, toilet, kiosk. Seurasaari island, www.hel.fi
Finland’s oldest open-air swimming facility was built in 1947 and has become a summer bathing oasis for the people of Helsinki. The stadium has four pools: a 50-m pool, a jump pool, a children’s pool and a wading pool. Hammarskjöldintie, +358 9 310 87854, www.hel.fi
Beautiful architecture Finnish design Delicious food Explore Torikorttelit, the oldest blocks of Helsinki, between the Senate Square and the Market Square. TORIKORTTELIT.FI
TO DO & SEE THE FINNISH NATURE CENTRE HALTIA
Haltia is a new kind of exhibition and event venue, which showcases the splendour of Finnish nature conveniently under a single roof. Haltia gives you a peek into the majestic sceneries of Finland’s natural parks, great hiking trails and vibrant nature. Nuuksiontie 84, +358 40 163 6200, www.haltia.com. Free with
Uunisaari Island is only a stone´s throw from the city center. It’s offering a tranquil and relaxing seaside atmosphere. Sauna falicities, beach, cafe and restaurant. Uunisaari, www.uunisaari.fi
Located in the middle of the fortress, Suomenlinna Centre provides year-round open Suomenlinna Museum, museum shop and café. Suomenlinna C 74, +358 9 684 1850, www.suomenlinna.fi. . Entrance to Suomenlinna Museum free with
SUOMENLINNA VISITOR CENTRE
Tourist information and free introductory exhibition. Located next to the main quay. Suomenlinna, +358 295 338 410, www.suomenlinna.fi
WELLNESS AND SPORTS
FLAMINGO SPA & WELLNESS CENTRE
CONDUCTED TOUR OF SUOMENLINNA
The guided walk takes in the main sights of the fortress, its fascinating history and life on the island today. The tour (ca 1h) starts at the Suomenlinna Centre.
Suomenlinna, +358 9 684 1850, www.suomenlinnatours.com. Free . with
FERRY TO SUOMENLINNA
Departure of Suomenlinna ferries from the Market Square and Suomenlinna usually once an hour. From the beginning of May through August ferries depart in daytime at shorter intervals, 3–4 times per hour. The ferry trip takes about 15 minutes. Market Square (far end), www.reittiopas.fi. Free with
Complete spa services. Next to the Jumbo Shopping Centre. Customers of the spa have access to the Water Park with pools and slides. Tasetie 8, +358 20 7785 201, www.flamingospa.fi
Experience deep mental and physical relaxation. In sensory deprived zero gravity environment you are totally free of distractions. Your muscles can relax completely, your mind can become quiet and still, and you can achieve a feeling of weightlessness and relaxation. Itäinen Brahenkatu 13, +358 50 911 1195, www.floatkallio.fi
HELSINKI ASTANGA JOOGAKOULU
One of Helsinki’s most long-standing yoga schools. Offers high quality ashtanga yoga classes plus many other kinds of yoga classes both in the centre and Kallio district.
Spend a great day in Tallinn, Estonia. Day cruise departs from Helsinki every day.
Annankatu 29 B and Kolmas linja 21 C, +358 50 5651414 (Mon-Fri 12-13), www.astanga.fi
Wellness centre with sauna, spa, private gym and massage at Kämp Hotel (8th floor). Kluuvikatu 4, +358 9 5761 1330, www.kampspa.fi
MÄKELÄNRINNE SWIMMING CENTRE Seven hour stopover – explore the amazing city.
Modern swimming establishment with gym and ball sports. Mäkelänkatu 49, +358 9 3488 6550, www.urheiluhallit.fi
Colourful and playful yoga school in Töölö with many kinds of yoga and pilates classes. Runeberginkatu 43, +358 45 2785 454, www.jooga.fi
PUBLIC SAUNAS KAURILAN SAUNA
Beautiful public sauna in Meilahti district. Sauna building dates back to the 1800’s. Experience the relaxing and idyllic atmosphere in the candle light. Top quality towels, seat liner and washing products produced by the owner herself. eckeroline.com
Heikinniementie 9, +358 50 597 3359, www.kaurilansauna.fi
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TO DO & SEE KULTTUURISAUNA
The modern seaside sauna was established in 2013 and it’s designed by Finnish architect Tuomas Toivonen and Japanese designer Nene Tsuboi. Kulttuurisauna is located in an urban atmosphere in front of Merihaka. Sauna is heated by wood pellets. Hakaniemenranta 17, www.kulttuurisauna.fi
This public sauna is located in the beautiful and historical Lapinlahti hospital milieu. Some say it’s the oldest public sauna in Helsinki. At least the sauna building is established in the 1880’s. Possibility to swim in the sea, the beach is less than 100 meters from sauna’s door. Lapinlahdentie 1, +358 40 178 3454, www.lapinlahdenlahde.fi/fi/ lahteen-sauna/
also try Finnish traditional cupping in Arla, upon request.
Kaarlenkatu 15, +358 9 719 218 , www.arlansauna.net
Traditional public sauna from the 1950`s. It’s located in Hermanni district along Hämeentie, and easy to reach by bus or tram. Separate saunas for women and men, mixed sauna every Thursday. Hämeentie 63, +358 9 701 2424, www.saunahermanni.fi
Kotiharju is one the most traditional public saunas and loved among the locals. It was established already in 1928. Relaxing body wash by professional washer is available on Tue, Fri and Sat 16-19. Separate saunas for men and women. Harjutorinkatu 1, www.kotiharjunsauna.fi
Löyly is more than sauna. It’s an urban oasis in Helsinki waterfront, an architectural masterpiece, a popular summer terrace and a restaurant. Sauna premises are great: A traditional smoke sauna and a wood-heated sauna. Hernesaarenranta 4, +358 9 6128 6550, www.loylyhelsinki.fi/en/
Sompasauna is a wood-heated self-service public sauna built and maintained by a group of volunteers. The sauna is open around the clock and free for everyone to use. It’s located in Kalasatama district, a 20-minute walk from Kalasatama metro station. Sompasaaren laituri, www.sompasauna.fi
Sauna Arla has a long tradition in offering sauna experiences in Helsinki. It was founded already in 1929 and is one of the remaining public saunas heated by natural gas and wood. You can
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FINNISH NATURE MAIN EXHIBITION
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CULTURE Ahertajantie 5, +358 43 827 0941, www.emma.museum/en. . Free with
DIVE INTO CULTURE in Helsinki. The city’s museums, venues for live music and theatres are of high quality. Buy tickets and get more information from venue’s websites. For a longer list, visit www.helsinkithisweek.com.
EXHIBITION CENTRE WEEGEE
A cornucopia of museums, exhibitions and events – the biggest in Finland. Four museums: EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art, KAMU – Espoo City Museum, The Finnish Toy Museum Hevosenkenkä and Finnish Museum of Horology. Ahertajantie 5, Tapiola, +358 9 8163 1818, www.weegee.fi. . Free with
A meeting place for art and urban culture, consisting of new underground exhibition spaces, the old Lasipalatsi (glass palace) from 1936 and its Bio Rex cinema, as well as a vibrant event forum on Lasipalatsi Square, which will serve as the roof of the exhibition hall. Amos Rex’s exhibition programme will extend from the newest, often experimental, contemporary art to 20th-century Modernism and ancient cultures. Mannerheimintie 22–24, www.amosrex.fi. Free with
Ateneum contains the most extensive art collections of Finland and is home to the most loved classic works of Finnish art.
HAM is an art museum the size of Helsinki. It’s collection includes over 9,000 works of art located around the city. HAM’s flagship location is Tennis Palace (Tennispalatsi), where the museum draws attention to modern and contemporary art.
Apollonkatu 23 B 64, +358 9 442 501, www.reitz.fi. Free gift with
Bulevardi 10, +358 9 2785301, www.helsinkicontemporary.com
The national special museum focusing on design and industrial art. Its collection consists of more than 75,000 objects from the 19th century to the present day.
KIRPILÄ ART COLLECTION
Korkeavuorenkatu 23, +358 9 622 0540, www.designmuseum.fi. Free . with
DIDRICHSEN ART MUSEUM
Changing exhibitions. Both older and modern Finnish art, modern international art, pre-Columbian art, and Oriental art. Kuusilahdenkuja 1, +358 10 2193 970, www.didrichsenmuseum.fi
One of the oldest buildings of Suomenlinna. It was the home of the commandant of the fortress until 1850s. The interior museum’s exhibition includes portraits, artefacts, models of ships and oil paintings by Elias Martin.
One of Finland’s largest art museums, situated at Exhibition Centre WeeGee. On display ca 500 works of modern Finnish art from The Saastamoinen Foundation Art Collection.
Former studio home in National-Romantic style (1903) of the architects Saarinen, Gesellius and Lindgren. Changing exhibitions. Situated about 30 km from city center. Hvitträskintie 166, +358 9 4050 9630, www.nba.fi. Free with
Suomenlinna, +358 9 684 1850, www.suomenlinna.fi. Free with
Helsinki Contemporary focuses on long term collaboration with both emerging and more established artists who take a physical, in-depth approach to their work.
The collections are presented in the former home of a prominent constructor and art collector Lauri Reitz. Significant Finnish paintings, antique silver, furniture, arms and ceramics from the 16th to the 19th century.
HAM (HELSINKI ART MUSEUM)
COLLECTION OF REITZ FOUNDATION
EMMA – ESPOO MUSEUM OF MODERN ART
Gallen-Kallelan tie 27, +358 9 849 2340, www.gallen-kallela.fi
Tennis Palace, 2nd floor, Eteläinen Rautatiekatu 8, +358 9 310 87041, www.hamhelsinki.fi. Free with
ATENEUM ART MUSEUM
Kaivokatu 2, +358 6122 5510, www.ateneum.fi. Free with
Temporary exhibitions display the works of Gallen-Kallela and his artist friends as well as contemporary art whose themes relate to the art of Gallen-Kallela.
A stunning collection of Finnish art from the second half of the 19th century to the 1980s in the former home of the collector. Free entrance. Pohjoinen Hesperiankatu 7 (6th floor), +358 50 3514337, www.taidekotikirpila.fi
A venue for contemporary art exhibitions and a home of living art. The meeting place for art, artists and the general public. Nervanderinkatu 3, +358 40 450 7211, www.taidehalli.fi. Discount . with
MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART KIASMA
The museum breaks the boundaries of traditional art museums and follows the latest trends in visual art. The collections include contemporary art from the 1960s onwards. Mannerheiminaukio 2, +358 294 500 501, www.kiasma.fi. . Free with
CULTURE SINEBRYCHOFF ART MUSEUM
The museum houses Finland’s most significant collection of paintings by old foreign masters and an interior museum illustrating Finland’s connections to the centuries of tradition in European art and antiquities.
Bulevardi 40, +358 294 500 460, www.sinebrychoffintaidemuseo.fi. . Free with
VANTAA ART MUSEUM ARTSI
Vantaa Art Museum presents temporary domestic and international exhibitions on contemporary art. Specialized in graffitis, street art and performance art. Paalutori 3, +358 43 826 8990, www.artsimuseo.com
Art museum in Kuusisaari, former home of the banker Ane Gyllenberg. On display older Finnish art and paintings by old foreign masters. The gallery has been modernized in 2011 and introduces beautifully a large art collection by Helene Schjerfbeck. Kuusisaarenpolku 11, +358 9 647 390, www.villagyllenberg.fi
CULTURAL-HISTORICAL MUSEUMS BURGHER’S HOUSE
The oldest surviving wooden house in the city dating from 1818. Decorated in the style of a middle-class home of the 1860s.
the ages. The museum also allows visitors to travel back into the era of the dinosaurs and learn the story of the bones.
Pohjoinen Rautatiekatu 13, +358 2941 28800, www.luomus.fi/museo
SEURASAARI OPEN-AIR MUSEUM
The Museum provides an insight into Finnish housing in days gone by and Finnish folk tradition. The buildings and interiors transferred to the Museum from the Finnish provinces reflect the life from the 18th to the 20th century. Seurasaari, +358 9 4050 9660, www.seurasaari.fi. Free with
Submarine Vesikko, which belongs to the Military Museum, operated as a part of the Finnish navy during the wars in 1939–44. Open only in summer season (closes on 30.9.).
Suomenlinna, Tykistölahti, +358 299 530 260, www.sotamuseo.fi. . Free with
The museum tells about the history of Suomenlinna naval fortress from the 18th c. to the present day. The exhibition illustrates the building of the fortress and former life on the naval base. Also special exhibitions. Suomenlinna C 74, +358 9 6841850, www.suomenlinna.fi. . Free with
Kristianinkatu 12, +358 9 3107 1549, www.ruiskumestarintalo.fi
The home of Baron G. Mannerheim, Marshal of Finland, as it was in his life time. The museum shows his medals and decorations, uniforms, and documents that relate events from his life and from contemporary Finnish history. Open only on weekends. Kalliolinnantie 14, +358 9 635 443, www.mannerheim-museo.fi. . Free with
MILITARY MUSEUM’S MANEGE
The exhibition at the Military Museum’s Manege Finnish Defence Forces 100 Years at War and Peace portrays the wars Finland has fought during its independence: the Civil War in 1918, the Winter War in 1939–40, the Continuation War in 1941–44 and the Lapland War in 1944–45. The exhibition continues in the adjacent building, telling the story of the Finnish Defence Forces in the post-war period up to the present day. Suomenlinna C 77, +358 299 530 261, www.sotamuseo.fi. . Free with
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF FINLAND
National Museum illustrates Finnish history from medieval times to the 19th century. Embark a time-trip through the history of Finland. The museum’s unique exhibits tells of the life from a period of over 1000 years. Temporary exhibitions. Mannerheimintie 34, +358 40 128 6469, www.kansallismuseo.fi. . Free with
NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
Modern scientifical museum. Exhibition “Change is in the Air” looks at the impact climatic changes have had on Earth through
Cannon sloop Diana public sailings from Suomenlinna 26.6-3.8.2019 / Day and Time: Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 15.30 and 10.8, 17.8, 24.8 and 31.8.2019 at 15.30. Prices: 25 € /12 ,50€
Guided Tours at Suomenlinna 1st June – 31st August: in English every day at 11.00, 13.00 and 14.30 Price 11 / 4,00. Free with Helsinki-card.
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The museum’s guided tours and changing exhibitions focus on the presidential terms of Tamminiemi residents Risto Ryti, G. Mannerheim and Urho Kekkonen, shedding light on the history of post-war Finland in an authentic environment. Open only on weekends. Seurasaarentie 15, +358 9 4050 9650, www.nba.fi. Free with
MUSEUM OF FINNISH ARCHITECTURE
The decades of Finnish architecture are presented in the permanent exhibition. Temporary exhibitions on Finnish and international architecture. Kasarmikatu 24, +358 9 8567 5100, www.mfa.fi. Free with
MUSEUM OF TECHNOLOGY
The fascinating atmosphere and the little “stove rooms” depict Finnish workers’ everyday life in the past.
What is technology? What innovations can the Finns take credit for? Finland’s biggest technology-themed museum looks at the history of technology and industrialisation as well as innovation in Finland without forgetting present-day developments.
WORKER HOUSING MUSEUM
Kirstinkuja 4, +358 9 3107 1548, www.workerhousingmuseum.fi
DESIGN MUSEUM ARABIA
Helsinki’s Design Museum Arabia showcases the products of the Arabia ceramics factory and the Iittala glassworks. The museum is part of the new Iittala & Arabia Design Centre. Hämeentie 135, +358 20 439 5357, www.designmuseum.fi/en/ museums/
FINNISH AVIATION MUSEUM
Finnish Aviation Museum is located in the immediate vicinity of Helsinki Airport. Its collections focus on the history of aviation in Finland, and it also has experiential services, simulators and the Aero Auditorium. Karhumäentie 12 / Tietotie 3, Vantaa, +358 9 8700 870, . www.ilmailumuseo.fi. Discount with
FINNISH MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY
A special museum devoted to the art and practice of photography in Finland. Tallberginkatu 1 G, +358 9 6866 3621, www.valokuvataiteenmuseo. . fi. Free with
Elegant venue for changing exhibitions. Located beside the Finlandia Hall. Branch of the Helsinki City Museum.
Mannerheimintie 13b, +358 9 3107 8519, www.hakasalmivilla.fi. . Free with
HELSINKI CITY MUSEUM
Helsinki City Museum will provides a new kind of museum experience on the corner of Senate Square. The museum’s exhibitions, events and cosy courtyards immerse visitors in the history of Helsinki. Entry always free of charge. Aleksanterinkatu 16, +358 9 3103 6630, www.helsinginkaupunginmuseo.fi. Free gift with
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MUSEUM
This special museum showcases Finnish culinary culture. The multi-sensory “At your service!” - exhibition takes visitors on a journey to the history of accommodation and dining in Finland. Tallberginkatu 1 G, +358 44 747 4110, www.hotellijaravintolamuseo.fi. Free with
Viikintie 1, +358 9 728 8440, www.tekniikanmuseo.fi. Free with
Alvar Aalto designed his studio at Tiilimäki between 1954 and 1955. The studio is only a short walk from Aalto’s own house, where the office had previously been located. Open to the public with guided tours. Tiilimäki 20, +358 9 480 123, www.alvaraalto.fi.
SUOMENLINNA TOY MUSEUM
The museum presents toys from the beginning of the 19th century up to the 1960s. The collection features hundreds of dolls, around a hundred teddy bears, and other old toys. Suomenlinna C 66, +358 40 500 6607, www.lelumuseo.fi. Discount . with
THE AALTO HOUSE
Alvar and Aino Aalto designed the house at Riihitie 20 as their home and architectural office in 1935-36. The museum shop’s selection includes interesting publications and design items. Riihitie 20, +358 9 481 350, www.alvaraalto.fi.
The museum’s exhibitions transport visitors into the theatre and backstage to see and experience what performance and theatre are all about. On display are costumes, model stage designs and props – get a feel for the theatre at close quarters. Tallberginkatu 1 G, +358 20 796 1670, www.teatterimuseo.fi. Free . with
MUSIC HARTWALL ARENA
As the biggest arena in Helsinki and Finland, Hartwall Arena is a stage for the biggest international stars, top artists from Finland and the most interesting hockey teams. Arena is located in Pasila right next to Pasila railway station.
Areenankuja 1, www.hartwallarena.fi/en
HELSINKI MUSIC CENTRE
Helsinki Music Centre, located in the heart of Helsinki, is a concert venue and meeting place open to all. Mannerheimintie 13 A, +358 20 707 0400, www.musiikkitalo.fi
CULTURE KORJAAMO CULTURE FACTORY
Founded in 2004 Korjaamo Culture Factory is the home of living urban culture located in an atmospheric and historical tram depot unit. Korjaamo has the perfect settings to let loose while enjoying live music, events food. Töölönkatu 51 A-B, www.korjaamo.fi
SIBELIUS FINLAND EXPERIENCE
Music of composer Jean Sibelius and pictures of Finnish nature meet at an unforgettable concert at Balder Hall in the center of Helsinki. Aleksanterinkatu 12, www.stopover.fi.
UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS HELSINKI / SIBELIUS ACADEMY
The Sibelius Academy stages events almost daily at various venues, mostly at the Helsinki Music Centre. Music from classical to contemporary, jazz, folk, pop and rock. Various venues, mostly at the Helsinki Music Centre (Mannerheimintie 13 a), www.uniarts.fi/en/calendar. Discount with .
regular film screenings on weekends. Bio Rex is part of Amos Rex.
Mannerheimintie 22-24, +358 20 742 4220, www.korjaamokino.fi
Finnkino is the biggest movie theatre chain in Finland. In Finnkino Itis you’ll find the first IMAX® theatre in Finland. +358 600 007 007, www.finnkino.fi
Kino Engel screens carefully hand-picked quality films from around the world. The theatre is situated in the Tori Quarters, the historic center. Sofiankatu 4, +358 201 555 801, www.kinoengel.fi
Maxim is a beautiful cinema right in the heart of the historic center. Maxim was built in 1909 and is the oldest movie theatre in Finland. Kluuvikatu 1, +358 600 007007, www.finnkino.fi
Eat, drink and watch movies.
Harjukatu 2, +358 50 331 4508 (bar), www.rivierakallio.fi
The Lasipalatsi’s classical 590-seat movie theatre provides a home for cross-disciplinary activities, numerous film festivals and
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SHOPPING ITIS SHOPPING IN HELSINKI is enjoyable. Helsinki offers a vast array of unique souvenirs from folksy handicrafts to functional Finnish design, and a variety of shopping environments: shopping centres and malls, department stores, markets as well as small boutiques. Helsinki’s main shopping precincts and streets are downtown – all within easy walking distance.
BOOKS ACADEMIC BOOKSTORE
Akateeminen is one of the biggest bookstores in Scandinavia. Designed by Alvar Aalto (1961-69). Café Aalto on the second floor. Pohjoisesplanadi 39, +358 20 760 8999, www.akateeminen.com
Books on arts, architecture and design. Posters, postcards and gifts. Also publications of the Ateneum Art Museum. Kaivokatu 2, +358 9 1733 6434, www.ateneum.fi
Meeting place for book lovers, in the heart of Punavuori district. Fredrikinkatu 35, +358 50 460 0337, www.nidekauppa.fi
The bookstore in front of Stockmann Department Store. Aleksanterinkatu 21, www.rosebud.fi
The largest bookshop chain in Finland. A wide selection of books and stationery.
This shopping centre in Itäkeskus bursts with shopping possibilities and services: three indoor boulevards with 240 shops and more than 30 cosy restaurants and cafés. 15-minute metro ride from city centre. Itäkatu 1 b, www.itis.fi
KAMPPI SHOPPING CENTRE
Complete shopping centre with 150 shops, restaurants and other services. Urho Kekkosenkatu 1, www.kamppi.fi
Elegantly refurbished modern shopping gallery. Aleksanterinkatu 9, www.kluuvi.fi
There’s a new shopping centre in town! Redi has opened its doors at Kalasatama. Entrance straight from metro station. Hermannin rantatie 5, +358 44 755 4308, www.redi.fi
Comprehensive department store next to the Railway station. Mannerheimintie 9, www.sokos.fi
STOCKMANN DEPARTMENT STORE
The strong flagship of the Stockmann department store chain in the Helsinki city centre is the eight-storey building of more than 50,000 square metres. Stockmann is known for its excellent customer service. Aleksanterinkatu 52, www.stockmann.com
Comprehensive selection of home and entertainment electronics. Store area 20,000 square metres. Tyynenmerenkatu 11, www.verkkokauppa.com
Kamppi Shopping Cenre, Urho Kekkosen katu 1; Aleksanterinkatu 15, www.suomalainen.com
DEPARTMENT STORES & SHOPPING CENTRES
CITYCENTER SHOPPING CENTRE
Fredrikinkatu 33, +358 50 4664740, www.aino.net
Refurbished shopping centre: fashion, food shops, restaurants, cafes, services etc. Located opposite the Railway Station. Kaivokatu 8, www.citycenter.fi
FORUM SHOPPING CENTRE
Over 100 stores, right in the city centre on Mannerheimintie. Mannerheimintie 14–20, www.forum.fi
Shopping centre Kämp Galleria is home to the finest selection of international fashion and Scandinavian design. Carefully selected brands, high-quality products and personal service are the essence of their philosophy. Pohjoisesplanadi 33, www.kampgalleria.com
High quality Finnish design made in Europe. Manufactured with environmentally friendly materials. aïno is designed to withstand consumption, time, and the change of trends.
Costo is a creation of three Finnish designers combining their visions and skills to make something new and unprecedented in the field of design. Costo is especially known for its colourful hats. Yrjönkatu 34, +358 40 179 9667, www.costo.fi
The Center for Finnish Fashion, Garden, brings together fashion boutiques, showrooms, events and exhibitions. Garden showcases the best of Finnish fashion design and its rising talents. Kämp Galleria, 2nd floor, Pohjoisesplanadi 33, www.kampgarden.com
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HALTI HELSINKI STORE
Quality sports wear and equipment at the Halti flagship store. Keskuskatu 7, +358 43 824 5243, www.halti.fi
Fashion design by Finnish designer, Paola Suhonen.
Flagship Store, Uudenmaankatu 15, +358 50 505 1624; Studio, Palopirtintie 15, +358 50 505 1626, www.ivanahelsinki.com
Specialised in quality down coats and other down products. Flagship Store, Mikonkatu 2; Museokatu 8, www.joutsen.com
From LalliS womenswear collections you’ll find unique and beautiful ready-to-wear and customized pieces. Iso Roobertinkatu 38, www.facebook.com/DesignbyLalliS/
Contemporary Finnish fashion for both men and women. Yrjönkatu 25, +358 45 154 8870, www.liike-shop.com
The flagship store in Tori Quarters sells vegetable tanned designer bags and accessories. Aleksanterinkatu 28, +358 20 734 8871, www.lumiaccessories.com
Lumoan Store, a Finnish slow fashion brand best known for simple and timeless design. From Lumoan Store you can find their laced collar dresses for children and women, and silver jewellery. Katariinankatu 1, www.kauppa.lumoan.fi
MARITA HUURINAINEN SHOWROOM Home of the unique design shoe WAVE.
Kämp Galleria, Pohjoisesplanadi 29, +358 44 072 22 12, www.maritahuurinainen.com
MINNA PARIKKA BOUTIQUE
Acknowledged and playful Finnish shoe design and accessories. Aleksanterinkatu 36, +358 9 667 554, www.minnaparikka.com
Fashion design by Finnish designer Ilona Hyötyläinen. Uudenmaankatu 14, +358 50 352 8893, www.miun.fi
International fashion and Muotikuu’s own collection.
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Fabianinkatu 14, +358 40 169 5195, www.muotikuu.fi
Modern, casual Finnish fashion.
Mikonkatu 2, +358 20 125 8590, www.nansogroup.com
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Finnish lingerie and swimwear brand with superior quality and unique fitting. Unioninkatu 18, +358 10 3222 255, www.patricia.fi
Finnish design by Samu-Jussi Koski.
Mikonkatu 3, +358 40 350 7976, www.samuji.com
OLD MARKET HALL
The Old Market Hall has served its customers since 1889. Merchants sell everything from cheese, fish, shellfish, vegetable, fruit and cakes to spices, coffee and tea. Eteläranta, www.vanhakauppahalli.fi/en/
HANDICRAFTS & SOUVENIRS ANNE’S SHOP
Elegant Finnish design shoes in Galleria Esplanad.
Pohjoisesplanadi 33, +358 10 281 1250, www.tarsala.fi
Finnish shoe design by Terhi Pölkki.
Garden, Kämp Galleria, 2nd floor, shop.terhipolkki.com
Souvenirs and Helsinki/Finland-themed artefacts right next to the Rock Church. Fredrikinkatu 68, +358 9 445823, www.annensoppi.com. Discount . with
Finnish unique arts, crafts and design in the artists’ own shop. Unioninkatu 28, +358 50 560 5920, www.artisaani.fi
Quality suits, jackets and trousers for men. Finnish brand.
Citycenter Shopping Centre, Keskuskatu 6, +358 44 757 1191, www.turotailor.fi
Utua is a Finnish brand, famous for the quality and colourfulness of its hand-made leather bags.Business is based on ethics and environmental responsibility and timeless form of products is an expression of Finnish design and way of life. Utua brandstore, Aleksanterinkatu 36, www.utua.fi
FOOD & DELICACIES ANTON & ANTON
Design District Helsinki includes boutiques, galleries, a cluster of restaurants, cafes, hotels and a growing amount of creative service providers. Get your copy of Design District map at Tourist Information.
HAKANIEMI MARKET HALL
Hakaniemi Market Hall is under renovation for next few years. Temporary market hall is located at Hakaniemi Market Square. Hämeentie 1, www.hakaniemenkauppahalli.fi
Textile craft and design by Johanna Gullichsen.
Fredrikinkatu 18, +358 9 637 917, www.johannagullichsen.com
Anton & Anton is a full-service food market serving fresh quality food. Check also Anton & Anton food kiosks.
Pohjoisesplanadi 25-27, +358 207 611 380, www.kalevalakoru.fi
Liisankatu 9, +358 400 199 868, www.chjoko.com
Mariankatu 18; Kapteeninkatu 26, www.antonanton.fi
Factory shop selling hand-made pralines, petit fours and pastry. Also a small cafe.
HAKANIEMI MARKET HALL
Original Hakaniemi Market Hall is under renovation for next few years. Temporary market hall is located at Hakaniemi Square. A spacious and lively market hall houses food, delicacies, cafés, restaurants and handicrafts. Hämeentie 1, www.hakaniemenkauppahalli.fi
HIETALAHTI MARKET HALL
Hietalahti Market Hall is filled with light, and provides a broad variety of fresh and high-quality foodstuff. You can have a quick snack or enjoy a cafe and lunch in the hall or the terraces outside. Lönnrotinkatu 34, www.hietalahdenkauppahalli.fi/en/
Exquisite Kalevala Koru and Lapponia Jewelry in bronze, silver and gold, designed and handmade in Finland.
Situated right in the heart of Helsinki, Kankurin Tupa offers Scandinavian gifts and handicrafts for those who love Finland.
Pohjoisesplanadi 35, +358 9 626 182, www.kankurintupa.fi. Discount . with
The idea and essence of Kauniste collections is to combine young illustrators’ art prints into everyday useful items – first it was a kitchen towel, now much more. Aleksanterinkatu 28; Fredrikinkatu 24, www.kauniste.com
The shop next to the Market Square sells quality linen and wool textiles designed and manufactured in Finland - for kitchen, table, sauna and spa, also wool blankets and other design items. Katariinankatu 2, +358 50 538 8244, www.lapuankankurit.fi
Marimekko is a Finnish lifestyle design house celebrated worldwide for its original prints and vibrant colours.
Marimekko stores in the heart of Helsinki Mikonkatu 1 â€˘ Aleksanterinkatu 50 â€˘ Forum shopping centre Kamppi shopping centre â€˘ marimekko.com
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SHOPPING MADEBY HELSINKI
Inspiring selection of crafts and design from Finnish artisans plus a non-stop workshop space. Katariinankatu 4, +358 45 3196171, www.madeby.fi
The atmosphere at the bustling market squares of Helsinki are well worth a visit. Handicrafts, souvenirs, flowers, and food from local producers as well as cafés and warm lunches draw in locals and tourists alike. Helsinki, www.hel.fi/helsinki/en/culture/city-culture/markets/
MARTTIINI FACTORY SHOP
Quality Finnish-made “puukko” knives since 1928.
Aleksanterinkatu 28, Torikorttelit, +358 40 3110605, www.marttiini.fi
Beloved Moomin articles. In Forum Shopping Centre. Shop also at the Airport and at Itis Shopping Centre. Mannerheimintie 20, +358 40 192 0720, www.moominshop.fi. . Discount with
PUUKKOPUOTI STORE Wide selection of knives.
Pohjoisranta 22, +358 9 135 4455, www.puukkopuoti.fi
Specialist since 1955 in handmade “ryijy” wallrugs, all made of wool. Abrahaminkatu 7, +358 9 660 615, www.ryijypalvelu-rp.fi
Taiga Colors is a design line inspired by Helsinki, Finnish nature and aviation. Made in Finland. Unioninkatu 28, +358 40 569 4098, www.taigacolors.fi
TAITO SHOP HELSKY
Quality Finnish handicrafts, design and gift items. Also weaving materials. Eteläesplanadi 4, +358 50 3508 470, www.helsky.net
INTERIOR DESIGN & LIFESTYLE AARIKKA
Aarikka is a Finnish family business which was founded in 1954. The company designs and manufactures unique jewellery and items for home decoration and table setting. Pohjoisesplanadi 27, +358 9 652 277, www.aarikka.com
The flagship store of Artek is located in the heart of the city. Artek store is a beautiful platform for Artek’s products. Varying exhibitions from the fields of art to industrial design are often displayed in the store. Keskuskatu 1 B, +358 10 617 3480, www.artek.fi
SHOPPING ARTEK 2ND CYCLE
Vintage design furniture of Artek.
Pieni Roobertinkatu 4-6, www.2ndcycle.artek.fi.
Balmuir was fouded in 2007. It’s all about genuine materials and appreciation for traditional craftmanship. The idea of Finnish Balmuir is to create products which are made like in the good old days, when plastic was an unknown material. Pohjoisesplanadi 25–27, +358 50 406 2830, www.balmuir.com
IITTALA & ARABIA DESIGN CENTRE
Two of Finland’s most celebrated design and lifestyle brands, Iittala and Arabia now together in one design centre.
Hämeentie 135, +358 20 439 5326, www.designcentrehelsinki.com
Lasting everyday design, kitchen and table ware at Iittala flagship store. Also other locations: check the website. Pohjoisesplanadi 23, +358 20 439 3501, www.iittala.com
Lifestyle boutique selling ladies’ fashion, accessories, interior decoration and furniture. Fredrikinkatu 30, +358 10 440 4300, www.lauraashley.fi
Legendary Marimekko is renowned for its original prints and colours. This centrally located shop offers high-quality clothing, bags and accessories. Aleksanterinkatu 50; Mikonkatu 1; Forum Shopping Centre and Kamppi Shopping Centre, + 358 44 719 834, www.marimekko.fi
Interior and gift items of modern design. Its cafe is a popular meeting place for local people. Perämiehenkatu 10, +358 9 4150 4500, www.moko.fi
Decorative and gift items, table ware and home textiles. Located in Forum Shopping Centre. Mannerheimintie 20, +358 207 220 310, www.pentik.com
Exclusive Scandinavian, Finnish and international furniture and interior design. Mannerheimintie 4, +358 9 612 9440, www.skanno.fi
TRE is a flagship store for Nordic design and lifestyle in downtown Helsinki. They have a wide range of design items, furniture, lifestyle products, organic cosmetics, and fashion from over 300 brands. Visit the stores around the city: TRE Store, Mikonkatu 6. TRE <3 Nide, Garden at Kämp Galleria, 2nd floor, Pohjoisesplanadi 33, www.worldoftre.com
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Quality products including brands Hublot, Glashütte Original, Choprad, Bell & Ross and Zenith. Aleksanterinkatu 50; Kluuvikatu 4, www.asemankello.fi
Specialist store of classical music. At the Helsinki Music Centre.
Mannerheimintie 13 a, Music Centre, +358 9 7001 8251, www.fuga.fi
Pohjoisranta 22, p. 09 135 1358 Open. Mon-Fri 9 - 17 Sat. 9 - 12
Gudrun Sjöden is all about colourful clothes and home textiles in natural materials with an emphasis on Scandinavian design. Erottajankatu 19, www.gudrunsjoden.com/fi-fi
HARMONIA PERFUME GALLERY
Explore the world of niche perfumes. A specialized shop for artisan fragrances and presents world-class brands. Kluuvikatu 1, www.harmoniahelsinki.fi
Jolie shop is a charming little shop selling natural cosmetics. Friendly and professional staff and the wide range of products has made Jolie popular among natural cosmetics enthusiastics. Jolie shop has also its own spa in the back room of the shop. Uudenmaankatu 26, +358 40 562 4843, www.jolie.fi
Cooking articles and utensils for your kitchen. MAP C3
Korkeavuorenkatu 45, +358 10 231 2090, www.kokkipuoti.fi
Lupaus Puoti is a beautiful little shop selling 100% natural and organic goodies in the heart of Helsinki. Here you can find the full range of holistic Dr. Hauschka skincare and make-up products, ecologically conscientious laundry & cleaning products from Sonett, and Demeter quality treats. Iso Roobertinkatu 9, www.ihohoitolalupaus.fi/puoti/
Specialist store of rock and pop music. Large collection of vinyls. Fredrikinkatu 59; Hakaniemen Torikatu 2, www.levykauppax.fi
Scandinavia’s largest health and wellness chain – your one-stop shop for supplements and natural cosmetics! Store information: www.life.fi/myymalat
A specialist store next to Market Square representing three Finnish brands: R/H Studio, PAPU adn Frantsila Herb Farm. Pohjoisesplanadi 19.
Luxurious shop selling natural cosmetics’ high quality products. Kluuvikatu 4, Kämp Galleria, +358 50 4099 223, www.naturelle.fi
SHOPPING NATURAL GOODS COMPANY
Natural Goods Company is a shop and beauty salon, which believes in the purity, naturalness and environmental friendliness. It’s situated in Töölö. If doors are locked during treatments, please visit again later. Museokatu 15, +358 20 7529 900, www.naturalgoodscompany.comi
The complete selection of garments and equipment for sports and outdoor recreation. Yrjönkatu 36, +358 207 760 620, www.partioaitta.fi
TÖÖLÖ CIGAR SHOP
A wide selection of the finest cigars in the world.
Töölönkatu 32, +358 9 477 1289, www.toolonsikarikauppa.fi
Quality silk fabrics.
Yrjönkatu 12, +358 9 680 2337, www.villisilkki.fi
Quality interior items for home and kitchen.
Fredrikinkatu 37, +358 9 603806, www.zarro.fi
Garments, footwear and equipment for outdoor life e.g. camping, hiking, hunting, sailing and skiing in Forum Shopping Centre. Yrjönkatu 29, +358 10 3970 410, www.scandinavianoutdoor.fi
Ecological supermarket. Shops in Kamppi, Hakaniemi, Itäkeskus and city center. Helsinki, www.kauppa.ruohonjuuri.fi
The largest collection of Finnish knives and Rapala fishing lures among others. A wide variety of quality fishing and hunting equipment.
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GOOD TO KNOW EAT & DRINK TOURIST INFORMATION Helsinki Tourist Information Railway Station, Central Hall, +358 9 3101 3300, email@example.com, www.myhelsinki.fi Mon–Fri 9–19, Sat–Sun 10–17. Info Container Next to Havis Amanda statue. Helsinki Region Tourist Information Helsinki airport T2, arrival hall 2A. Mon–Sun 10–20. BANKS & CASH WITHDRAWALS Banks are normally open Mon–Fri 10–16.30. Cash withdrawals automats accept all major bank and credit cards. CURRENCY EXCHANGE Forex Bank • Railway Station • Stockmann department store, Aleksanterinkatu 52, 8th floor www.forex.fi/en/ Change Group • Forum Shopping Centre, Mannerheimintie 14-20
• Kamppi Shopping Centre, Urho Kekkosen katu 1 • Pohjoisesplanadi 21 • Helsinki Airport, several locations www.changegroup.fi Tavex Fabianinkatu 12 www.tavex.fi/en/
LOST PROPERTY OFFICES Helsinki Police Lost Property Office Pasilanraitio 13, +358 295 477 912, www.poliisi.fi, Mon–Fri 9–11.
Lost Property Service – Suomen BOX OFFICES Löytötavarapalvelu Mäkelänkatu 56, Ticketmaster +358 600 41006, • Helsinki Music Centre, www.loytotavara.net/ Mannerheimintie 13 a A helsinki, Mon–Fri 10–18, • Helsinki Ice Hall, Sat 10–14. Nordenskiöldinkatu 11–13 • Sture4, Sturenkatu 4 Lost Property • Savoy Theatre, Office – Suomen Kasarmikatu 46–48 löytötavarapiste • Ryhmäteatteri, Kamppi Shopping Helsinginkatu 25 Centre, • Stockmann department +358 600 04401, store, Aleksanterinkatu www.htp-palvelut.com, 52, 8th floor Mon–Fri 9–19, www.ticketmaster.fi Sat 9–18 and Sun 12–18. Tiketti • Tiketti Galleria, Urho Kekkosen katu 4–6 • Stockmann department store, Aleksanterinkatu 52, 8th floor • Korjaamo Culture Factory, Töölönkatu 51 B www.tiketti.fi Lippupiste • Savoy Theatre, Kasarmikatu 46–48 • Stockmann department store, Aleksanterinkatu 52, 8th floor. www.lippu.fi
POST OFFICE Post Office Elielinaukio 2, Mon-Fri 8–20, Sat 10-16 and Sun 12–16. TAXIS Taksi-Helsinki Taksi-Helsinki tel +358 100 0700 (appr. 2,90€ /call), www.taksihelsinki.fi
PUBLIC TOILETS Helsinki has over 36 automatic public toilets (open 24/7) located in parks and along streets. DRINKING WATER The faucet water in Finland is of high quality and you can safely drink it. INTERNET The city of Helsinki offers a free WLAN-service. No passwords or registration required. Just look for ”Helsinki City Open WLAN” from the available neworks. Nearly all cafés, restaurants, shops and shopping centres offer free Wi-Fi. EMERGENCY NUMBERS Police, general emergencies, ambulance and fire department 112 PRIVATE MEDICAL CARE Medical Centre Aava Mon-Fri 7.30-21, Sat 10-17 and Sun 12-18 Annankatu 32, +358 10 380 3838 www.aava.fi
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Mehiläinen Forum Mon–Thu 8–20, Fri 8–18 and Sat 10–15. Mannerheimintie 20 B, 4th floor +358 10 414 0200 www.mehilainen.fi/en Pikkujätti Kamppi – Children’s medical center Mon–Fri 8–20, Sat 10–17, Sun 10–20. Annankatu 32, +358 10 380 8000, www.pikkujatti.fi PHARMACIES
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Medicines are sold at pharmacies with the sign ”Apteekki”. Yliopiston Apteekki Open 24/7 Mannerheimintie 96. Yliopiston Apteekki Open every day till 24.00 Mannerheimintie 5. Kluuvin Apteekki Mon–Fri 8–20.30, Sat 10–18, Sun 10–18. Keskuskatu 7. Apteekki Express Mon–Fri 7.30–20, Sat 10–19- Elielinaukio 3, Railway Station. Töölön Apteekki Mon–Fri 8–21, Sat 9–19 and Sun 12–18. Kampinkuja 2, Kamppi Shopping Centre.
Terveystalo Kamppi Open 24h Jaakonkatu 3, 2nd floor, +358 30 6000, www.terveystalo.com/en/
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URBAN HELSINKI BUS SIGHTSEEING On the Urban Helsinki bus sightseeing tour, you will discover many interesting places that the Finnish capital holds in addition to its famous and well-known sights. You will see Helsinki’s architectural history, city’s modern residential areas, the urban districts, and the historical area where the city’s roots lie. The tour is operated on a comfortable double-decker sightseeing bus with a good view. There’s heating, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi and room for your personal luggage in the bus. The audio guide is available in 10 languages to provide you with a wealth of interesting and entertaining stories about everyday life in Helsinki. The
tour includes a 45-minute stop at the Iittala and Arabia Design Centre – a perfect chance to take a deep dive into the fascinating world of two of Finland’s most celebrated design and lifestyle brands and to get a peek into their past, present, and future. As our guest, you can shop with -15% discount in the Iittala & Arabia Design Centre Store! Departures daily at 13:30. Adults 32 €, children (6–15 yrs) 16 €, children under 6 yrs for free. Departure point Esplanade Park, Fabianinkatu. Tickets available at the departure point and online at www.stromma.com/ helsinki RIKU PIHLANTO / HELSINKI MARKETING
SIGHTSEEING BEAUTIFUL CANAL ROUTE On the Beautiful Canal Route sightseeing cruise, you will get to see the most beautiful shorelines in Helsinki and residential areas of the archipelago. Along the way you will see many beautiful sights, including the historic Suomenlinna Maritime Fortress, Helsinki Zoo on Korkeasaari island, the impressive fleet of icebreakers and – of course – Degerö Canal. Along the way you will also hear about the fascinating history of Helsinki. Stories about maritime Helsinki are available in 12 languages. The friendly staff and experienced captains on board make you cruise even more enjoyable. The café / bar on board offers beverages and snacks.
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25.5.–8.9. at 10:30–18:30 half past every hour. Adults 25 €, children (6–15 yrs) 12,50 € and children under 6 yrs for free. Duration 1 h 30 min. Departure point at Market Square by the yellow flags. Tickets from departure point or online at www.stromma.com/helsinki
CITY SIGHTSEEING HOP ON HOP OFF Welcome to Hop on Hop Off Helsinki – a bus sightseeing around the city where you hop on and off as much as you like. The tour takes you to the top sights of Helsinki, such as the Sibelius Monument and the Rock Church. The route is carefully chosen, we have 18 stops along the route. The ticket is valid 24 or 48 hours by your choice and entitles you to get a discount on top attractions. The tour is guided in 10 different languages through individual, single-used headsets. To make your ride comfortable, we have free Wi-Fi on the buses, fun & friendly staff and experienced drivers. In bad weather, our buses’ roofs can be installed quickly to protect you from rain.
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18.4.–13.10. daily at 10:00–16:00, every 20–30 minutes. Available for 24 or 48 hours. Adults 30 € and 44 €, children (6–15 yrs) 15 € and 22 €, children under 6 yrs for free. Departures from Senate Square. Tickets from departure point or online at www.stromma.com/helsinki
HELSINKI PANORAMA SIGHTSEEING Helsinki Panorama Sightseeing is a popular bus sightseeing tour showing you the most important sights in Helsinki. The tour gives you an excellent view of Helsinki’s past and present. During the tour you’ll see the most interesting parts of Helsinki. Stop at the Temppeliaukio Church (Rock Church) or at the Sibelius Monuments if the church is closed. The tour ends near the Esplanade Park. Audio commentary in 10 languages with headphones. The tour is operated on a comfortable double decker bus with a good view. There’s heating, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi and room for your personal luggage in the bus. Fresh water for sale.
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Departures daily at 11:00. Adults 32 €, children (6–15 yrs) 16 €, children under 6 yrs for free. Departure point Esplanade Park, Fabianinkatu. Tickets available at the departure point and online at www.stromma.com/helsinki
Helsinki card includes a large number of benefits that will help you to discover and experience Helsinki plus save money, time and energy during your visit. With the card you get unlimited free travel on public transportation, 4 FREE sightseeing tours by bus and by boat, 50 % off half-day tours, free entrance to Sea Life Helsinki, free entrance to many museums, sights, Suomenlinna Sea Fortress and Temppeliaukio Church (Rock Church) and much more. Also a recently opened museum Amos Rex is included in the card. Available for 24, 48 or 72 hours. Adults 49 €, 61 € and 71 €, children 25 €, 31 € and 36 €. Also Helsinki Card Region available. Buy your Helsinki Card at one of the many sales points around the city, for example hotel receptions or online www.helsinkicard.com
SIGHTSEEING OLD WOODEN TOWN OF PORVOO Join this guided half-day tour from Helsinki to the idyllic town of Porvoo with its well-preserved wooden houses and picturesque cobble-stoned streets. The city’s town plan is from the Middle Ages, the low small houses, picturesque yards and narrow streets form a historically unique wooden town milieu. This guided half-day tour by bus begins and ends in Helsinki city centre. The tour includes Helsinki-Porvoo-Helsinki by bus with a guide, a guided walk in Porvoo during which you will get familiar with the Old Town of Porvoo and the beautiful medieval cathedral. There will be some free time for a cup of coffee and a walk in the old town with delightful shops and craftsmen’s workshops.
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12.6.–31.8. on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 10:30–15:00. Adults 62 €, children (6–15 yrs) 31 €, children under 6 yrs for free. -50% discount on the normal price with Helsinki Card. Departure point Esplanade Park, Fabianinkatu. Tickets available at the departure point and online at www.stromma.com/helsinki
FINNISH LAKES AND FORESTS On this guided half day (4,5-hour) bus tour from Helsinki to Nuuksio National Park we invite you to discover the Finnish nature with its lakes and forests. Nuuksio is one of the top nature attractions in Finland where you can experience the Finnish nature and the peaceful wilderness. The tour includes a guided walk in the forest of the National Park with an English-speaking guide. In Nuuksio, you can also visit Finnish Nature Centre Haltia (extra charge / free with Helsinki Card). The exhibitions in Haltia let you explore all of Finland’s unique nature under one roof. In Haltia you also find a restaurant and café. Or why not take a dip in the lake?
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11.6.–31.8. on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 10:30–15:00. Adults 62 €, children (6–15 yrs) 31 €, children under 6 yrs for free. -50% discount on the normal price with Helsinki Card. Departure point Esplanade Park, Fabianinkatu. Tickets available at the departure point and online at www.stromma.com/helsinki
PRIVATE HELSINKI CITY TOUR Why not book a private city tour? Day tours to historical Suomenlinna Sea Fortress, tours to picturesque Porvoo, walking tours and many more! Authorized guide services available in several different languages. Also private transfers with qualified drivers and vehicles available. firstname.lastname@example.org
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EAT & DRINK SECTION provides a comprehensive and categorised listing of restaurants in Helsinki. In addition, the lists include cafĂŠs, bars and night clubs. In Finland, meals are available in restaurants throughout the day. The typical mealtimes are: breakfast 7â€“10, lunch 11â€“15 and dinner from 18 onwards. Almost all restaurants serve lunch on weekdays, with the price being around 10 â‚Ź. On weekends, and especially in the evenings, booking a table is highly recommended. For a longer list, visit www.helsinkithisweek.com
RESTAURANTS FINNISH TRADITIONAL AINO Traditional Finnish cuisine with a modern twist. Pure ingredients, pure flavours. Located in the historic centre, near the Tourist Information. đ&#x;? Pohjoisesplanadi 21, +358 9 624 327,
ELITE Classic Finnish cuisine in atmosphere of 1930s. Elite has been a living room of the Finnish artist many decades. Serving a title dish of Finnish movie star from 1950s, Mr Tauno Palo. Great terrace in the summer. đ&#x;? EtelĂ¤inen Hesperiankatu 22, +358 9 6128
GRANIITTILINNA Renowned for its ĂĄ la carte menu, atmospheric setting and attentive service, Graniittilinna draws its inspiration from Finnish culinary heritage and serves the freshest local and seasonal produce sourced from trusted suppliers. đ&#x;? SĂ¤Ă¤stĂśpankinranta 6, +358 20 742 4250, www.graniittilinna.com
JUURI Traditional Finnish food in a modern and innovative way. Known for its sapas, Finnish version of tapas. đ&#x;? Korkeavuorenkatu 27, +359 9 635 732, www.juuri.fi
KARL JOHAN Classic Finnish gastronomy in a modern milieu. đ&#x;? YrjĂśnkatu 21, +358 9 612 1121, www.ravintolakarljohan.fi
KOLME KRUUNUA Traditional Finnish food in a cosy atmosphere. đ&#x;? Liisankatu 5, +358 9 135 4172, www.kolmekruunua.fi
KOSMOS Finnish culinary culture based on long-standing Russian, French and Swedish influences combined with updated Finnish cooking traditions and indigenous ingredients. Artistsâ€™ haunt since 1924. đ&#x;? Kalevankatu 3, +358 9 647 255, www.kosmos.fi
KUU Traditional Finnish cuisine with a modern touch.
đ&#x;? TĂśĂślĂśnkatu 27, +358 9 2709 0973, www.ravintolakuu.info
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KUURNA Finnish classics with a modern twist in a stylish atmosphere. Carefully chosen ingredients. Changing menu. đ&#x;? Meritullinkatu 6, +358 9 670 849, www.kuurna.fi
SALVE Famous sailors Ě tavern serving hearty traditional dishes.
đ&#x;? Hietalahdenranta 5 C, +358 10 76 64280, www.raflaamo.fi/en/ helsinki/salveÂ
SAVOTTA Finnish food from Finnish ingredients. Nostalgic atmosphere of Finland decades ago. Interior decoration and dishes have been inspired by Finnish nature. Menu available in several languages. Views of the Senate Square. Summer terrace. đ&#x;? Aleksanterinkatu 22, +358 9 7425 5588, www.ravintolasavotta.fi Discount with .
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SEA HORSE Classic Finnish food and culture since 1934. đ&#x;? Kapteeninkatu 11, +358 10 837 5700, www.seahorse.fi
Mon-Fri 11-15 & 17-23 Sat 14-23
ZETOR Finnish food , tractors and rockâ€™nâ€™roll. đ&#x;? Mannerheimintie 3â€“5, +358 10 766 4450, www.zetor.net
LAPPISH KULTĂ KITCHEN & BAR Restaurant offers northern luxury at the beautiful and mystic atmosphere. The menu consists of modern and natural northern tastes and pure ingredients such as game, reindeer, mushrooms, lichen and birch leaves.
YRJĂ–NKATU 21, 00100 HELSINKI
karljohan.fi Tel. +358 9 612 1121
Bulevardi 28, +358 40 541 2081, www.kitchenkulta.fi
LAPPI Original, exotic specialities from Lapland. Menu available in 11 languages. đ&#x;? Annankatu 22, +358 9 645 550, SAAGA Saaga offers a taste of Lapland, with its rugged and beautiful nature, as well as regional dishes and an atmosphere full of the exotic charm of the North. Unique Fish Buffet served on ice-filled wooden boat. Menu in several languages.
Lapland in the heart of Helsinki
đ&#x;? Bulevardi 36, +358 9 7425 5544, www.ravintolasaaga.fi. . Discount with
FINNISH & SCANDINAVIAN AITO Intimate and casually stylish dining & meeting place. đ&#x;? Museokatu 29, +358 9 454 4303, www.ravintola-aito.fi
CHAPTER Lunch, dinner and Sunday specialities made of pure and raw ingredients from local farmers and from the Scandinavian nature. Delicious cocktails. đ&#x;? Aleksanterinkatu 22, +358 50 356
Unique Fish Buffet on ice filled boat!
HARALD A culinary voyage to the age of the Vikings.
đ&#x;? Aleksanterinkatu 21, City Passage (2nd floor), +358 44 766 8010, www.ravintolaharald.fi
KAARNA Finnish cooking with Scandinavian touch. Try Finnish â€?tapasâ€?. Located in the Forum shopping centre.
đ&#x;? Mannerheimintie 20, +358 10 766 4550, www.raflaamo.fi/en/ helsinki/kaarna-baari-keittio
Lappish Restaurant Saaga Bulevardi 36 Tel. +358 9 7425 5544 Monâ€“Fri 18â€“23
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LASIPALATSI First class, pure raw ingredients and Finnish gastronomic excellence in an authentic 1930s functional setting. đ&#x;? Mannerheimintie 22â€“24, +358 20 7424290 www.ravintolalasipalatsi.fi
LINNANKELLARI This restaurant operates in the basement of Hotel Katajanokka and offers Finno-Scandinavian local and organic food prepared of the finest ingredients. In the heart of the kitchen is a charcoal grill. đ&#x;? Merikasarminkatu 1a, +358 9 686 45 136, www.linnankellari.fi
LOISTE The top floor of Hotel Vaakuna is the place to go for a relaxed evening of dining. đ&#x;? Kaivokatu 3, +358 9 4337 6315, www.ravintolaloiste.com
PASSIO Finnish and Scandinavian flavours with a twist. First class ingredients, selected wines and hand-crafted beers in a unique interior. Nice terrace during summer. đ&#x;? Kalevankatu 13, +358 207 352 040, www.passiodining.fi
Tervasaari Island 15 min walk from Market Place Tel. +358 9 7425 5574 Monâ€“Sat 12â€“23, Sun 13â€“18
PUOTILAN KARTANO The historical mansion of Puotila is situated in Eastern Helsinki and invites you to enjoy stylish flavor sensations, warm mansion atmosphere and memorable events. During the week they serve delicious lunch, classy a la carte dishes and fresh weekend brunch. đ&#x;? Puotilantie 7,
+358 29 193 8801, www.puotilankartano.fi
Tasty and hearty Finnish food
RESTAURANT EEVERT Design restaurant Eevertâ€™s food philosophy get its inspiration from Scandinavian and Finnish nature, especially its changing seasons and colours. Located in the historical building designed by Finnish architect Alvar Aalto. đ&#x;? Ratakatu 9, +358 20 741 3011, www.eevert.fi
RESTAURANT SUSISAARI Restaurant Susisaari has a central location by TykistĂślahti bay, near the Suomenlinna Centre and the waterbus pier. The restaurant honours Finnish cuisine. It serves lunch and dinner and offers a fine selection of wines and local beers. đ&#x;? Suomenlinna B1, +358 40 706 8564, www.susisaarenruokala.fi
SHELTER Shelter is all about handicraft, sincere customer service and delicious food. Shelter serves Chefâ€™s Menu with 3,4 or 5 courses. The menus change weekly and they are easily modified to special diets. đ&#x;? Kanavaranta 7, www.shelter.fi SIPULI Modern Scandinavian cooking with game specialities. Located in a converted old warehouse. đ&#x;? Kanavanranta 7, +358 9 6128 5500, www.ravintolasipuli.fi
Finnish Restaurant Savotta By the Senate Square Views of the Cathedral! Aleksanterinkatu 22 Tel. +358 9 7425 5588 Open every day of the year: Monâ€“Sat 12â€“23 Sun & public holidays 13â€“22
SPIS Small and cosy neighbourhood restaurant serving excellent, fresh and Nordic flavours. Artisan wines and special Nordic beer brews. Nominated as the restaurant of the year 2015 by the Finnish Gastronomic Society. đ&#x;? Kasarminkatu 26,
+358 45 305 1211, www.spis.fi
SUMMER RESTAURANTS HSS PAVILJONG HSS Paviljong has a unique yacht club atmosphere with good summer food and a great sea view.
EAT & DRINK www.hsspaviljong.fi
M/S MARIA RESTAURANT BOAT M/S Maria next to Hakaniemi Market Square serves cool drinks and Neapolitan pizzas. đ&#x;? Hakaniemenranta 3, +358 40 7222008.
Scandinavian tastes &stunning sea views
Connection ferry to Liuskasaari leaves from Merisatama, next to CafĂŠ Carusel. đ&#x;? Liuskasaari, +358 10 2740 740,
NJK The villa-type restaurant, located on the small island of Valkosaari, was built in 1900. It is one of the best locations for festivities during the summer season, one of the most popular crayfish restaurant in town â€“ and a wonderful setting for a tasty meal. Connection ferry to Valkosaari leaves from NJKâ€™s pier located south of the Olympia Terminal. đ&#x;? Valkosaari Island, +358 9 6128 6500, www.ravintolanjk.fi
RAVINTOLA PIHLAJASAARI Restaurant Pihlajasaari is located on the island Pihlajasaari in front of Helsinki. The fully-licenced cafĂŠ-restaurant of the island servedscustomers in a 130-year-old wooden villa. Connection ferry to Pihlajasaari leaves from Merisatama, next to CafĂŠ Carusel. đ&#x;? Pihlajasaari, +358 20 787 9720, www.pihlajasaari.net/ravintola
SAARI Saari offers the best Finnish and archipelago delicacies as well as stunning sea views and relaxed maritime atmosphere. Located on the Sirpalesaari Island, restaurant is reached by a boat departing from the Saari pier at Merisatamanranta. The crossing takes only a couple of minutes. During crayfish season Saari is one of the most popular restaurants in town for a Finnish crayfish party. đ&#x;? Sirpalesaari Island, +358 9 7425 5566,
120-year-old villa on the Klippan Island Klippan Island 00140 Helsinki Tel. +358 9 7425 5590 Monâ€“Fri 17â€“23 ravintolasaaristo.fi Couple of minutes short boat ride every 20 min from Saaristoâ€™s pier south of Olympia Terminal
SAARISTO Saaristoâ€™s white Art Nouveau style villa, built in 1899, is one of Helsinkiâ€™s most traditional and impressive restaurants. Located on the Klippan Island, in front of the South Harbour, restaurant offers splendid views to all directions â€“ to the sea as well as to the city centre. Saaristoâ€™s menu offers the best delicacies of Scandinavian cuisine. During the crayfish season Saaristo is one of the most popular venues in town for a Finnish crayfish party. A boat serves the island from Saaristoâ€™s pier located south of the Olympia Terminal. The crossing takes only a couple of minutes. đ&#x;? Klippan Island, +358 9 7425 5590, www.ravintolasaaristo.fi.
SKIFFER LIUSKALUOTO Trendy summer restaurant Skiffer is located in Liuskaluoto, just a 2 minutes ferry trip from Kaivopuisto. Connection ferry leaves near Merisatama. Restaurant combines great pizza, good music and relaxed maritime atmosphere. đ&#x;? Liuskaluoto, +358 45 186 8933, www.uusi.skiffer.fi/liuskaluoto
SUOMENLINNAN PANIMORAVINTOLA Restaurant Suomenlinnan Panimo (Brewery of Suomenlinna) is located just a 15 minutes ferry trip away from Helsinkiâ€™s Market Place, beside the main dock of Suomenlinna. This jetty barrack was built in the Russian era 1868-1870 for the Czars army. On the menu youâ€™ll find influence of Russian and Swedish history, and fresh Finnish ingredients. đ&#x;? Suomenlinna C 1, +358 20 7425 307,
SĂ„RKĂ„NLINNA Restaurant SĂ¤rkĂ¤nlinna is situated on the historic fortress island of SĂ¤rkkĂ¤. Restaurant was established in 1924. The restaurant offers magnificent views to the summery Kaivopuisto Park and the open sea. The menu draws on the finest ingredients, life in the Finnish archipelago and seasonal Finnish food. Two-minutesâ€™ boat trip to the island departs at Ullanlinna quay in Kaivopuisto Park. đ&#x;? SĂ¤rkĂ¤nsaari 1, +358 9 6128 5550, www.ravintolasarkanlinna.fi
WALHALLA Restaurant Walhalla is a gourmet restaurant located on the historic grounds on the fortified southern edge of the Kustaanmiekka isle, at Suomenlinna. The restaurant offers beautiful surroundings of its main dining hall caponiere Delwig, plus a bar, Pizzeria Nikolai, and a stunning sea view terrace. đ&#x;? Suomenlinna A10, +358 9 668 552, www.restaurantwalhalla.com
VALIMO The cafĂŠ-restaurant of Suomenlinnaâ€™s guest harbour is a popular lunch and evening spot for both yachtspeople and the residents of Suomenlinna. The restaurant is located in the dock area and its menu includes various types of soups, pasta and salads.đ&#x;? Suomenlinna B13, +358 9 692 6450, www.valimo.org
EAT & DRINK SEASIDE BLUE PETER Traditional seaside restaurant in Lauttasaari. Big terrace and great sea view to many directions. Lunch, bistro-styled ĂĄ la carte and good selection of beers and wines. đ&#x;? Vattuniemen puistotie 1, +358 10 424 9801, www.bluepeter.fi
FARO CHANNELSIDE BAR & RESTAURANT Seaside restaurant with a big terrace. Great urban sea view. Walking and cycling routes near by, as well as Ruoholahti metro station. Lunch, bisto-styled ĂĄ la carte and good selection of wines and beer. đ&#x;? Kellosaarenranta 2, +358 10 4249 830, www.faroravintola.fi
HAMPTON BAY A cozy seaside restaurant in Hietalahti. Inspired by sea and social eating. Also perfect for steak-lovers and vegetarians. Notice: Opens 4.4. đ&#x;? Hietalahdenranta 6, +358 44 753 0895, www.hamptonbay.fi
HOLIDAY BAR Itâ€™s a bar, a kitchen and a terrace. Atmosphere is very holiday-like and food is easy and delicious, just like it should be when youâ€™re on holiday. đ&#x;? Kanavaranranta 7, www.holiday-bar.fi MERITORPPA Restaurant of hotel Kalastajatorppa. Delicious food and stunning sea views. đ&#x;? Kalastajatorpantie
1, +358 9 45811, www.hravintolat.fi/kalastajatorppa/ravintola/ meritorppa
MESTARITALLI Traditional seaside restaurant in TĂśĂślĂś. Tasty lunch, delicious dinner and scandinavian brunch on Sundays. Terrace to the sea. đ&#x;? Merikannontie 2, 040 715 4222, www.restel.fi/fi/ravintola-mestaritalli
Italian kitchen in the heart of Helsinki! Across the railway station, Kaivokatu 6, Helsinki Tel. +358 9 640 025
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SAVU Explore the seasonâ€™s best ingredients on your plate. Finnish summer cottage feeling in a unique 214-year-old log house build to store tar in 1805. Dining room for 80 persons and a covered summer terrace. đ&#x;? Tervasaari Island, +358 9 7425 5574, www.ravintolasavu.fi
FINE DINING ATELJĂˆ FINNE Former studio of sculptor Gunnar Finne. Restaurant since 1960â€™s. Fresh Finnish flavours. đ&#x;? Arkadiankatu
14, +358 9 493 110, www.ateljefinne.fi
BOULEVARD SOCIAL The kitchen and bar on the beautiful Bulevardi offers an exciting and innovative combination of traditional flavours from Greece, Lebanon, Tunisia, Morocco, and other Mediterranean countries. The restaurant has received the Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand rating. đ&#x;? Bulevardi 6, +358 10 322 9387, www.boulevardsocial.fi
Open: Monâ€“Sat 10.00â€“23.30 Sun 11.00â€“23.30 www.leonardobarristorante.fi
BRONDA Bronda, the fifth restaurant by Helsinkiâ€™s culinary super duo Tomi BjĂśrck and Matti Wikberg, serves modern brasserie food. Fresh and elegant space with high ceilings and large windows. Good for cocktails. đ&#x;? EtelĂ¤esplanadi 20, +358 10 322 9388, www.ravintolabronda.fi
BRASSERIE KĂ„MP This restaurant offers a wide range of European food brasserie style and also an extensive wine list. Downstairs of Hotel KĂ¤mp. đ&#x;? Pohjoisesplanadi 29, +358 9 5840 9530, www.brasseriekamp.fi
DEMO Cosy fine dining bistro offering food innovations that are astonishing experiences. Demo received a Michelin Star in 2015.
đ&#x;? Uudenmaankatu 9-11, +358 9 2289 0840, www.restaurantdemo.fi
FARANG Modern South-East Asian cuisine. Exquisite flavours and fusion kitchen of South-East Asia. Has received the Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand rating. đ&#x;? Ainonkatu 3, +358 10 322 9385, www.farang.fi
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GAIJIN Take a culinary trip to Northern Asia. Gaijin offers unique flavours combining traditional Japanese and Korean dishes with dishes from the North of China, in a modern way.Â Has received the Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand rating. đ&#x;? Bulevardi 6, +358 10 322 9386, www.gaijin.fi
GRĂ–N Restaurant GrĂśn makes tasty, focused, plant-based and inspiring food that has a strong emphasis on high-quality. All this happens in an atmosphere that makes customers feel relaxed, happy and welcome. The food is based on seasonal, organic, wild and the Scandinavian produce. GrĂśn received its first Michelin star in 2018. đ&#x;? Albertinkatu 26, +358 50 3289181, www.restaurantgron.com
JORD Jord is all about good organic food, organic drinks, relaxed atmosphere and a spectacular view which all together will guarantee an unforgettable experience in the middle of Helsinki. đ&#x;? Kortteli, Kamppi Shopping Centre, 5th floor, +358 450 828 100, www.restaurantjord.fi
LEHTOVAARA Traditional and timeless Lehtovaara is renowned for serving Finnish and international dishes of the highest quality. Restaurant is famous for its cosy atmosphere and friendly service. đ&#x;? Mechelininkatu 39, +358 9 440 833,
NOKKA Fine dining restaurant with relaxed atmosphere. High quality ingredients from local suppliers and small farms. đ&#x;? Kanavaranta 7 F, +358 9 6128 5600, www.ravintolanokka.fi
OLO A gastronomic journey filled with Nordic influence. Good ingredients and clear, modern flavours. Wine plays an integral part in the dining experience. Michelin Star restaurant. đ&#x;? Pohjoisesplanadi 5, +358 10 320 6250, www.olo-ravintola.fi
ORA Ora is a small restaurant located in Eira, using local ingredients in a modern style. The restaurant is open from Wednesday to Saturday. They serve lunch on Fridays and Saturdays 12-15. đ&#x;? Huvilakatu 28 A, +358 400 959 440,
PALACE White tablecloths and unforgettable gastronomic experiences are back! The restaurant was originally opened for 1952 Summer Olympics and now after renovation itâ€™s better than ever. The restaurant has been nominated with one Michelin star.
đ&#x;? EtelĂ¤ranta 10, +358 9 6128 5400, www.palacerestaurant.fi
THE ONLY REAL STEAK HOUSE IN HELSINKI čľŤĺ°”čž›ĺ&#x;şĺ”Żä¸€ćŁĺŽ—çš„ç‰›ćŽ’éŚ† Đ•Đ”Đ˜Đ?ĐĄĐ˘Đ’Đ•Đ?Đ?ĐŤĐ™ Đ?Đ?ĐĄĐ˘ĐžĐŻĐŠĐ˜Đ™ ĐĄĐ˘ĐĐ™Đš-ĐĽĐ?ĐŁĐĄ Đ’ ĐĽĐ•Đ›ĐŹĐĄĐ˜Đ?ĐšĐ˜ GOODWIN THE STEAK HOUSE Mon - Sun 11:00 - 23:00 EtelĂ¤ranta 14, 00130 Helsinki Tel.: +358 50 4198 000 E-mail: email@example.com Web: www.steak.fi
ULTIMA A global pioneer in high-tech hyperlocal production of food. While enjoying the evening, the customers can see their meal literally growing around them. đ&#x;? EtelĂ¤ranta 16, +358 300 472 341, www.restaurant-ultima.fi/en/
BISTROS BASTION BISTRO Bastion Bistro operates in wooden infantry barracks built in 1892, within a short walk from Suomenlinnaâ€™s main quay. The restaurant is open throughout the year. The menu features straightforward bistro food and the restaurant also serves lunch on weekdays. đ&#x;? Suomenlinna C8, +358 40 179 9890, www.bastion.fi/bistro
EAT & DRINK BELGE BAR & BISTRO Belgian beer restaurant and a meeting place on two floors. đ&#x;? Kluuvikatu 5, +358 10 766 3590, www.belge.fi FRANS & AMĂˆLIE Frans & AmĂŠlie is a relaxed French bistro at the heart of Helsinki. đ&#x;? Kluuvikatu 8, +358 10 7855 104, www.raflaamo.fi/en/helsinki/frans-amelie-helsinki
KALLION SĂ„VEL FINBISTRO A bar/beer house with good and honest dishes: burgers, salads and pastas. For simple choices and a warm atmosphere in the heart of Kallio. Another SĂ¤vel Finbistro in TĂśĂślĂś. đ&#x;? HĂ¤meentie 2, www.kallionsavel.fi and Runeberginkatu 40, www.toolonsavel.fi
LE PETIT CHAPERON ROUGE A wine bar and bistro with the most beautiful location at the picturesque Kanavaranta. In their kitchen French meets Italian cuisine with a little Finnish twist. đ&#x;? Kanavanranta 3 C 9, +358 44 730 4000, www.chaperonrouge.fi
MURU A small bistro-style restaurant presenting traditional French cuisine. Restaurant offers fresh well-made food from the best ingredients available daily. đ&#x;? Fredrikinkatu 41, +358 10 292
COLORADO BAR & GRILL An authentic American menu. Generous and tasty dishes with easy and pleasant service. A separate bar and nice summer balcony for dining. đ&#x;? Mikonkatu 15, +358 100 5545, www.ravintolacolorado.fi/ helsinki-en/
DĂ–NER HARJU CITY DĂśner Harju City serves very good kebab, in the very center of Helsinki. Chicken, lamb, veal, pork and seitan are served hot from the grill accompanied by salads made with best seasonal products, tasty Mediterranean sauces and crispy focaccia. đ&#x;? Citycenter Shopping Centre, 2nd Floor,
+358 50 3052 559, www.facebook.com/donerharjucity/
FACTORY At the 5th floor of the department store Aleksi 13. Great salad buffet, lunch, and burgers. đ&#x;? Aleksanterinkatu 13, Runeberginkatu 3, www.ravintolafactory.com
HARD ROCK CAFE HELSINKI Favourite Hard Rock dishes and cocktails surrounded by legendary Rock memorabilia every day of the week. đ&#x;? Aleksanterinkatu 21, +358 9 4282 6888. Discount with
HARJU8 Food, drinks and flowers. đ&#x;? Harjutori 8, www.harju8.fi
PASTIS Bistro offers classics of the French kitchen.
HELLO STRANGER Hello Stranger is a restaurant and a cocktail bar. International influences meet Finnish small producers and modern British cuisine in this restaurant that prides itself with food thatâ€™s been made with the best seasonal ingredients available. The restaurant also features a fantastic cocktail and wine selection. đ&#x;? Vilhonkatu 6, +358 504 675 903,
đ&#x;? Pieni Roobertinkatu 2, +358 10 2928 990, www.pastis.fi
SALUTORGET Scandinavian bistro next to the Market Square. Elegant interior and historical atmosphere. đ&#x;? Pohjoisesplanadi 15, +358 9 6128 5950, www.salutorget.fi
SUNN Bistro provides classic gastronomy with young passionate attitude. Located in Tori Quarters with a great view to Senate Square. đ&#x;? Aleksanterinkatu 26, +358 10 231 2800, www.ravintolasunn.fi
CASUAL DINING BRO Quality ingredients paired with pure and interesting flavour combinations. Located in the hotel Hilton Strand. Restaurant also has the cocktail bar in Hakaniemi area. đ&#x;? John Stenbergin ranta 4,
+358 9 39351, www.facebook.com/restaurantbro
CAFE BAR NO 9 A cosy living room with changing art exhibitions. Try their beloved dishes Pollo Limonello and Chicken Coriander. Kitchen open until late. đ&#x;? Uudenmaankatu 9, +358 9 621 4059, www.bar9.net
CAVERNA Brazilian food with an Asian twist. An exotic cave setting in the center of Helsinki. Lunch buffet covering 40 delicious foods from around the world. đ&#x;? Yliopistonkatu 5,
+358 50Â 555 9325, www.caverna.fi
CITY HALL RESTAURANT The Helsinki City Hall cafeteria has been refurbished as a restaurant and cafĂŠ open for all. Located in the middle of the Tori Quarters, the restaurant serves breakfast and lunch on weekdays and brunch on weekends. đ&#x;? Sofiankatu 1, inner yard,
HESBURGER Finnish hamburger chain. Known for its delicious mayonnaise. Many locations in the center. đ&#x;? More info at www.hesburger.fi
JUTTUTUPA One of the oldest restaurants in Helsinki, dating back to 1884. Live music, cosy atmosphere and hearty food. đ&#x;? SĂ¤Ă¤stĂśpankinranta 6, +358 20 7424 240, www.juttutupa.com
KAARTI Nostalgic restaurant in the historical setting. Good food and excellent service! Lunch during weekdays and brunch on weekends. đ&#x;? Pohjoinen Hesperiankatu 33A, +358 50 400 2792, www.ravintolakaarti.fi
KAPPELI Dining room, bar and cafĂŠ, all under the same picturesque roof, in the Esplanade Park. đ&#x;? EtelĂ¤esplanadi 1, +358 10 766 3880, www.kappeli.fi
KORTTELI The hub of 10 interesting restaurants on the 5th floor of Kamppi shopping centre. đ&#x;? Urho Kekkosen katu 1, www.facebook.com/kortteli
KUUKUU KuuKuu is an informal and relaxed restaurant with a dining room andÂ a bar. The menu offers a generousÂ selection of homemade classic dishes, to suit every taste. đ&#x;? Museokatu 17, +358 9 2709 0974, www.kuukuu.info
+358 40 182 8682
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LEVAIN A casual eatery-style restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Known for its bakery products. Kankurinkatu 6, +358 10 322 9384, www.levain.fi
LOST IN HELSINKI Eat and drink like a local. CafĂŠ-Restaurant in Kaisaniemi. đ&#x;? Kaisaniemenkatu 3, +358 9 652 147,
LUNGI Simple but delicious menu. đ&#x;? Korkeavuorenkatu 2,
+358 44 0655 651, www.lungi.fi
LĂ–NKKA Modern European cuisine. Good food, service and atmosphere. Located in the city heart of the city. đ&#x;? LĂśnnrotinkatu
11, +358 44 765 1230, www.lonkka.fi
MANALA The menu includes all kinds of delicacies for every type of hunger and taste. Kitchen is open every day until the early hours of the morning. đ&#x;? Dagmarinkatu 2, +358 9 580 770, www.manala.fi MAXILL Relaxed and stylish restaurant serving Scandinavian food with French and Italian touch. đ&#x;? Korkeavuorenkatu 4,
+358 9 638 873, www.maxill.fi
MEMPHIS HESARI Memphis Hesari provides an abundant lunch, and the restaurant is a great place to meet with friends in the evening. The restaurant is also known of its juicy burgers. đ&#x;? Kluuvikatu 8, +358 10 7855 106, www.raflaamo.fi/helsinki/ memphis-hesari
MEMPHIS KAMPPI Versatile menu including American, Caribbean and Asian delicacies. Relaxed atmosphere, situated in Kamppi shopping centre. đ&#x;? Urho Kekkosen katu 1 A 10,
+358 10 766 4560, www.raflaamo.fi/fi/helsinki/memphis-kamppi
MORRISONâ€™S Burgers, steaks and big portions.
đ&#x;? Ateneuminkuja, +358 9 625 466, www.rafla.fi/morrisons-helsinki
PIZZA HUT Pizza Hut is an American restaurant chain and international franchise, known for pizza and side dishes.
đ&#x;? City Passage (Aleksanterinkatu 21); Forum Shopping Centre, 3rd floor, www.pizzahut.fi.
POMPIER Pompier offers delicious lunch and also a memorable dinner. đ&#x;? Albertinkatu 29; EtelĂ¤esplanadi 8, www.pompier.fi PONTUS Casual fine dining. đ&#x;? Kapteeninkatu 26, +358 40 7759656, www.ravintolapontus.fi QULMA Serving breakfast, lunch and brunch. Famous for its soups. Good food and good atmosphere. đ&#x;? Mariankatu 13 b,
+358 45 3215959, www.qulma.fi
ROSTER HELSINKI A Bar & Restaurant and a vibrant meeting place in the heart of Helsinki. Roster strips away from the formalities of fine dining and rather focuses on high quality food made of the best ingredients, superb service and great ambience. đ&#x;? Pohjoisesplanadi 17, +358 9 6128 5850, www.rosterhelsinki.com
SIIPIWEIKOT Spicy and tasty chicken wings and other snacks. đ&#x;? Mikonkatu 17 B / Kaisaniemenkatu 4, www.siipiweikothelsinki.fi
LOCATIONS IN HELSINKI * Yliopistonkatu 5 * Fredrikinkatu 36 * Citycenter â€“Kaivokatu 8 53
EAT & DRINK
SPROUT DELI Sprout Deli offers quick fixes of pre-designed healthy salad, tailor made Take Away Salad boxes and delicious hot food. They also serve breakfast and fresh smoothies. đ&#x;? Pohjoisesplanadi 33,
+ 358 44 238 8833, www.sproutdeli.fi
STURE4 Delicious lunch during weekdays.Historical setting of Helsinki Hall of Culture designed by Alvar Aalto.
Sturenkatu 4, +358 44 5566 197, www.facebook.com/sture4/
SUE ELLEN Sue Ellen brings flavors of the Southern coast of America. The authentic charcoal grill and smoker cabinet create delicious dishes uncomparable to others.
đ&#x;? EtelĂ¤ranta 16, +358 300 472 334, www.sue-ellen.fi/en/
TANNER Food and coffee. Delicious breakfast and daily lunches. DJ music in the evenings.đ&#x;? HĂ¤meentie 11, +358 44 2422 084, MAP C4
Restaurant Red Apple Mon.-Fri. 11:00-22:00 Sat.-Sun. 12:00-22:00 Tel: +358 409 622 000 TĂśĂślĂśnkatu 27,Helsinki firstname.lastname@example.org Web:www.redapple.fi
TEATTERIN GRILLI Ă la carte restaurant in the Esplanade Park. Salad bar at Wine & Deli. đ&#x;? Pohjoisesplanadi 2, +358 9 6128 5005, www.teatteringrilli.fi
Chinese Cuisine THE COCK Eatery, rotisserie and bar. Open all day, serving food and drinks. đ&#x;? Fabianinkatu 17, +358 50 352 3486, www.thecock.fi
BEST INDIAN RESTAURANT IN THE HEART OF THE CITY
TORNI Torni has served excellent food since 1931. Today Restaurant Torni combines delicious flavours and visual elements with style and an experimental twist, according to the season.
đ&#x;? Kalevankatu 5, +358 10 7842 060, www.raflaamo.fi/helsinki/ ravintola-torni
WEERUSKA Weeruska is a welcoming neighbourhood restaurant in the heart of Alppila in Helsinki. đ&#x;? Porvoonkatu 19, +358 20 7424
WELLAMO A cosy restaurant in Katajanokka since 1975. Good food, fresh ingredients and great atmosphere. đ&#x;? VyĂśkatu 9,
+358 9 663 139, www.wellamo.fi
WERNER Biggest open fire grill in town is cooking whole fish, cauliflower and meats! Serving also brunch on Saturdays. đ&#x;? Bulevardi 12, +358 40 547 4203, www.ravintolawerner.fi
WINO A restaurant and wine bar in the heart of Kallio district. đ&#x;? Fleminginkatu 11, +358 45 2227745, www.wino.fi/en/
FISH & SEAFOOD OPEN
mon-thu fri sat sun
11.00 - 23.00 11.00 - 23.30 12.00 - 23.30
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MERIMAKASIINI Seafood restaurant next to Hietalahti shipyard.
đ&#x;? Hietalahdenranta 4, +358 9 607 299, www.merimakasiini.fi
MERIPAVILJONKI A unique, floating panorama restaurant in the middle of Helsinki. Open seven days a week, year-round, from lunch till dinner. đ&#x;? SĂ¤Ă¤stĂśpankinranta 3, +358 20 7425 320, www.ravintolameripaviljonki.fi
EtelĂ¤esplanadi 22c 00130 Helsinki +358 9 611 001 email@example.com www.samrat.fi
EAT & DRINK PĂ… KROKEN Popular seafood restaurant originally from Hanko opened its doors finally in Helsinki. Scandinavian seafood dishes, seafood platter and seasonal delicacies.đ&#x;? Hietalahdenranta 11, +358 44 986 9732, www.ekstromseafood.fi/en/
RESTAURANT BASSI Experience Bassiâ€™s epic seafood platter or enjoy delicious meat, vegetable or fish food. In the street level of the restaurant thereâ€™s a relaxed bistro and a wine bar, at upstairs you can enjoy Ă la carte menus and seafood platters. đ&#x;? EtelĂ¤esplanadi 22, www.bassihelsinki.fi/en
STEAK HOUSES BBQ HOUSE Greatest delights of the Latin world such as steaks from first-class meat. You can build your portion as you wish. Located in the Kamppi shopping centre. đ&#x;? Urho Kekkosen katu 1,
+358 10 766 4570, www.bbqhouse.fi
GOODWIN THE STEAK HOUSE Juicy beef steaks prepared of quality meat. đ&#x;? EtelĂ¤ranta 14, +358 50 419 8000, www.steak.fi GRANDE GRILL Salads, burgers and steaks.
đ&#x;? Aleksanterinkatu 15, +358 9 4242 6020, www.rafla.fi/grandegrill
GRILL IT! Serves high-quality grill food produced from the best raw materials. đ&#x;? Runeberginkatu 2, +358 10 784 3146,
daily for breakfast and lunch.đ&#x;? Annankatu 29 B, +358 50 374 4045,
SILVOPLEE Cosy eatery specialized in raw unprocessed food. Also warm vegan dishes. Buffet all day. Smoothie bar & cafĂŠ. Located in Hakaniemi. đ&#x;? Toinen linja 7, +358 9 726 0900,
YES, YES, YES Bustling bar & restaurant where food just happens to be vegetarian. đ&#x;? Iso Roobertinkatu 1, +358 9 6128 5130, www.yesyesyes.fi
ZUCCHINI Popular lunch restaurant in the historic centre near to Old Market Hall. Also gluten-free and vegan dishes. đ&#x;? Fabianinkatu 4, +358 9 622 2907
RUSSIAN BELLEVUE The oldest Russian restaurant in town (est. 1917).
đ&#x;? Rahapajankatu 3, +358 9 179 560, www.restaurantbellevue.com
SASLIK A culinary trip to Czarist Russia (est. 1972). Classics of the Russian cuisine and favourites of the house. Live Russian music from Wednesday to Saturday. 2 dining rooms and 8 private rooms for 2-50 persons. đ&#x;? Neitsytpolku 12, +358 9 7425 5500,
www.ravintolasaslik.fi. Discount with
GROTESK Grotesk kitchen is all about meat.
đ&#x;? Ludviginkatu 10, +358 10 470 2100, www.grotesk.fi
MANHATTAN STEAK HOUSE Delicious steaks since 1986. Also in the Forum shopping centre. đ&#x;? EtelĂ¤esplanadi 24, +358 9 611 217, www.manhattansteakhouse.fi
STEFANâ€™S STEAKHOUSE Quality beef steaks served with delicious gravy and side dishes. đ&#x;? Korkeavuorenkatu 34, +358 300 870 482, www.ravintola.fi/ravintola/stefans-steakhouse-helsinki
VEGETARIAN & VEGAN BUN2BUN The first 100 % vegan hamburger chain. They represent the first plant-based patty with designed to look, cook and taste like fresh ground beef. đ&#x;? Kamppi Shopping Center,
Urho Kekkosen katu 1; Redi Shopipng Center, Hermannin rantatie 5, www.bun2bunburgers.com
CARGO COFFEE + VEGETARIAN FOOD A vegetarian restaurant that serves coffee and cafĂŠ products from early morning, a vegetarian lunch on weekdays and weekends. Dinner is served on Thu-Sat. đ&#x;? Ruoholahdenranta 8, +358 46 923 7869, www.cargohelsinki.fi
LOVING HUT Chinese, vegetarian and vegan food.
Fun dining â€“ Wine bar â€“ Fresh Seafood Restaurant Bassi EtelĂ¤esplanadi 22, Helsinki www.bassihelsinki.ďŹ /en
đ&#x;? Kolmas linja 17, +358 44 299 9968
OMNAM A vegetarian restaurant and cafĂŠ in the city centre, located in the inner yard at Annankatu. Vegetarian food is served
EAT & DRINK TROIKKA Mouth-watering Russian specialities since 1920â€™s.
đ&#x;? Caloniuksenkatu 3, +358 9 445 229, www.troikka.fi LYÂ INÂ FINLANDÂ â€˘ EXCLUSIVELYÂ INÂ FINLANDÂ â€˘ EXCLUSIVELYÂ INÂ FIN-
ITALIAN STYLE & PIZZAS CAPPERI Neapolitan pizza with special ingredients.
đ&#x;? Rikhardinkatu 2, +358 10 326 9445, www.capperi.fi
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DADDY GREENS PIZZABAR A pizzeria in Taka-TĂśĂślĂś. SpecializedÂ in a unique NYC-Neapolitan style pizza with chewy, crispy, tangy and charred crust.Â đ&#x;? Humalistonkatu 3, Iso Roobertinkatu 26, www.daddygreens.fi
DA VINCI Italian styled restaurant near to Hakaniemi Market Square. đ&#x;? Siltasaarenkatu 11, +358 45 200 6600; Mikonkatu 8, +358 44 700 4144, www.davincibarristorante.fi
MAMMA ROSA Italian restaurant and cafĂŠ-bar at TĂśĂślĂś market square. Pizza, pasta and fresh fish every day. đ&#x;? Runeberginkatu 55 B, +358 9 4342 760, www.mammarosa.fi
LA FAMIGLIA Italian-American menu. đ&#x;?
Keskuskatu 3, +358 9 856 856 80, www.center-inn.fi/lafamiglia
LEONARDO BAR & RISTORANTE Italian-style cuisine near the Railway Station. đ&#x;? Kaivokatu 6, +358 9 640 025, www.leonardobarristorante.fi
PAPA ALBERT Italian styled food in the heart of Punavuori.
đ&#x;? Albertinkatu 30, +358 20 1234 638, www.raflaamo.fi/helsinki/ papa-albert
PIZZERIA VIA TRIBUNALI Genuine Neapolitan pizza.
đ&#x;? Sofiankatu 4, +358 50 328 8664, www.viatribunali.fi
PUTTEâ€™S BAR AND PIZZA Not your average pizzeria â€“ special seasonal toppings, cool atmosphere, and hip people. Open until late. đ&#x;? Kalevankatu 6, +358 10 281 8243, www.puttes.fi RISTORANTE RODOLFO One of the first Italian restaurants in town. đ&#x;? Kirkkokatu 5, +358 9 625 024, www.ravintolarodolfo.fi RISTORANTE DENNIS Delicious pizzas and fresh pasta.
đ&#x;? Bulevardi 32; Kansakoulunkatu 1; TĂśĂślĂśnkatu 27, www.dennis.fi
TOCA Tasty food in a relaxed and cosy atmosphere.
đ&#x;? Unioninkatu 18, +358 44 237 9922, www.toca.fi
TRATTORIA RIVOLETTO Italian food in relaxed and trendy atmosphere. đ&#x;? Albertinkatu 38, +358 9 607 455,
TONYâ€™S DELI For the love of Italian cuisine. đ&#x;? Bulevardi 7,
+358 20 7424 268, www.tonysdeli.fi
EtelĂ¤esplanadi 24, HELSINKI www.manhattansteakhouse.fi 56
TOSCANINI A genuine Tuscan cuisine and wine experience.
đ&#x;? Bulevardi 2-4, +358 20 770 4713, www.toscanini.fi
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Latin American CUisine
EAT & DRINK VAELSA Modern Italian restaurant near the Market Square serving home-style food. đ&#x;? Pohjoisesplanadi 9, +358 9 698 0012,
from lunch time late into the night. Another Bar CĂłn opened its doors in Kallio in November.đ&#x;? Kamppi Shopping Centre 5th floor;
VAPIANO Casual and fast; serving pasta dishes and pizzas.
BAR TEOS Friendly and affordable tapas restaurant close to the National Opera. đ&#x;? Runeberginkatu 61, +358 9 454 3591,
đ&#x;? Mikonkatu 15, +358 9 698 1225, www.vapiano.fi
VIRGIN OIL CO. Italian-American restaurant, bar & club with live gigs on Fri-Sat. Pizzas from wood-heated oven. đ&#x;? Mannerheimintie 5, +358 10 766 4000, www.virginoil.fi
FRENCH BRASSERIE LE HAVRE French delicacies in the beautifully restored restaurant of Hotel Seurahuone. đ&#x;? Kaivokatu 12,
+358 9 691 4006, www.hotelliseurahuone.fi
CARELIA Restaurant for food and wine lovers in an old pharmacy interior. Opposite the Finnish National Opera. đ&#x;? Mannerheimintie 56, +358 9 2709 0976, www.carelia.info
LA MAISON Explore a small piece of cheerful France! Cozy and elegant bistro with a small wine bar and 2 private rooms for 14 and 4 persons. French cuisine with a modern and seasonal twist.
đ&#x;? Tehtaankatu 21, +358 50 321 2168, www.lamaison.fi
LYON French-style cooking from the best Finnish ingredients. đ&#x;? Mannerheimintie 56, +358 10 328 1560, www.ravintolalyon.fi
RIVOLI French-styled restaurant with a fascinating history. Two individually decorated sections with a common entrance and a shared menu. đ&#x;? Albertinkatu 38, +358 9 643 455, www.rivolirestaurants.fi
GREEK EL GRECO Stylish & chic Greek restaurant.
đ&#x;? Ludviginkatu 3-5, +358 10 320 4410, www.elgreco.fi
GOING GREEK Greek street food with a Finnish twist. đ&#x;?
LĂ¤ntinen Brahenkatu 12, +358 44 7339949, www.facebook.com: Going Greek
MINOS Greek specialities in the Kamppi shopping centre. đ&#x;? Urho Kekkosen katu 1, +358 9 664 047, www.minos.fi
ZORBAS Greek specialities.
đ&#x;? LĂ¤ntinen Brahenkatu 4, +358 41 544 0707, www.zorbas.fi
Fleminginkatu 10, www.bar-con.fi
CASA LARGO Spanish tapas bar and restaurant close to the Railway Station. đ&#x;? Asema-aukio 2, +358 10 76 63500,
LOS COJONES Small bar with nice design and tapas, and a good choice of beers. đ&#x;? Annankatu 15, +358 40 176 2844, www.facebook.com/cojoneshelsinki
PARRILLA ESPAĂ‘OLA First Spanish restaurant in Helsinki serving Spanish flavours for over 40 years. đ&#x;? Eerikinkatu 4, +358 9 603 305, www.parrillaespanola.fi
RESTAURANT MĂ€S The restaurant gets its inspiration from the Spanish Sobremesa culture and modern Iberian cuisine. You can taste several smaller portions, try flavors from the restaurantâ€™s Rotisserie grill or share a larger dish with the whole party. đ&#x;? Simonkatu 9 Hotel SimonkenttĂ¤, +358 9 6838 2135, www.scandichotels.fi/mas
SEVILLA PASILA Restaurant Sevilla in Pasila provides delicious, varied Spanish food, a relaxed atmosphere, and wine rich in nuances. Another restaurant in hotel Presidentti in the centre. đ&#x;? Maistraatinportti 3, +358 10 785 7117, www.raflaamo.fi/helsinki/ sevilla
OTHER MEDITERRANEAN COMA Traditional Mediterranean restaurant. đ&#x;? Museokatu 18, +358 9 588 4086, www.coma.fi
FAFAâ€™S Generally acknowledged as the best falafel in town!
COPAS Y TAPAS Mediterranean influences combined with the best of Scandinavian and seasonal produce. In the heart of the kitchen thereâ€™s a Josper charcoal oven. đ&#x;? Fabianinkatu 16, +358 10 322 0950, www.copasytapas.fi
SANDRO Moroccan and North-African flavours in a stylish and casual atmosphere. A true favourite in the Kallio district. Live music during the evenings and brunch on weekends. Other Sandros in Eira district and in Kortteli in Kamppi shopping centre. đ&#x;? Kolmas Linja 17, +358 9 4289 2317, www.sandro.fi
SPANISH & TAPAS AMIGO Tastes from the traditional Spanish kitchen.
đ&#x;? Tehtaankatu 12, +358 9 625311, www.rafla.fi/amigo
BAR CĂ’N Bar CĂłn is an authentic tapas bar where you can feel the vibes of Barcelona. The restaurant floats on a platform above Kortteli and radiates with joy for life every day of the week,
GERMAN RESTAURANT RYMY-EETU This is a place to eat well and drink beer out of ample one-litre tankards. Unrestrained Rymy-Eetu is always jolly and guests are welcome to dance on the tables. đ&#x;? Erottaja 15, +358 40 358 0585, www.rymy-eetu.fi
EAT & DRINK ZINNKELLER Genuine German culinary and atmosphere.
LONG WALL Chinese restaurant in the city centre, also for groups. đ&#x;? Annankatu 26, +358 9 605 898
MEXICAN & TEX-MEX
LUCKIEFUNâ€™S RESTAURANT A family business dating back to year 1996. Restaurant combines raw experience and love for Asian food. Many locations. đ&#x;? Kaivokatu 10; Fredrikinkatu 49;
đ&#x;? Meritullinkatu 25, +358 9 135 4148, www.zinkeller.fi
IGUANA Iguana is a self-service food and drink restaurant. Pastas, salads and tex-mex foods. đ&#x;? Keskuskatu 4,
Mannerheimintie 12, www.iguana.fi
MAYA BAR & GRILL Extensive menu with South American specialities in the heart of the city.
Vilhovuorenkatu 7-9. www.luckiefun.com/front-page
MEI LIN Sichuan restaurant near to the Hietalahti flea market. đ&#x;? LĂśnnrotinkatu 33-35, +358 45 1032688, www.meilin.com
đ&#x;? Mikonkatu 18, +358 9 666 554, www.maya.fi
NANKING Cantonese cuisine, also take-away.
PASTOR Pastor is a new urban living room where you can eat, drink and hang out. đ&#x;? Erottajankatu 4, +358 400 344 700,
RED APPLE Chinese restaurant in TĂśĂślĂś.
PATRONA Combining street food, market food and traditional Mexican food. Great drink list. đ&#x;? Annankatu 20, +358 40 6729 398,
PUEBLO BAR Y TAQUERIA Pueblo bar y taqueria serves small filled tacos and tortillas in a relaxed, bar-like restaurant. đ&#x;? Eerikinkatu 27, +358 44 2444022, www.pueblobar.fi
SANTA FĂ‰ Barbecue, Tex-Mex and Cajun.
đ&#x;? Aleksanterinkatu 15, +358 9 4242 6010, www.rafla.fi/santafe
CHINESE BEI FANG Specialised in the culinary cultures of Dong Bei, Beijing, Sichuan and Hunan. The Chinese chefs know the genuine cuisine of their homeland, preparing food with respect for traditional Chinese ways of cooking. đ&#x;? Rauhankatu 15, +358 50
đ&#x;? Kalevankatu 28, +358 9 6940 338
đ&#x;? TĂśĂślĂśnkatu 27, +358 409 622 000
SUNNY BAY Restaurant offers traditional dishes from northern part of China, and popular Sichuan spicy dishes as well. The restaurant is located beside the TĂśĂślĂśnranta puisto, 200 metres walking distance from Central Railway Station.
đ&#x;? Alvar Aallon katu 3 A, +358 50 353 4599, www.sunnybay.fi
JAPANESE & SUSHI BARS DARUMA SUSHI Exotic delicacies made by Japanese cooks. đ&#x;? Kampinkuja 2 C, +358 9 586 5858, www.facebook.com/ darumasushifi
DOMO Traditional Japanese delicacies.
đ&#x;? Kalevankatu 21, +358 9 428 90 998, www.domoravintola.fi
ICHIBAN SUSHI Japanese sushi bar & take-away. đ&#x;? Urho
411 5536, www.beifang.fi
Kekkosen katu 1; Mikonkatu 8, www.ichiban.fi
BROKADI Brokadi combines both genuine flavor of Sichuan cuisine and elegant Chinese culture sharing. Located in Vallila.
ITAMAE SUSHI Japanese restaurant combining Finnish delicacies with Japanese tradition. đ&#x;? Mannerheimintie 14,
đ&#x;? MĂ¤kelĂ¤nkatu 45A, +358 44 238 8908, www.jinguantang.com
+358 9 698 0091, www.itamaesushi.fi
CHINA Cantonese cuisine in the heart of Helsinki since 1973.
KABUKI Kabuki is one of the oldest traditional Japanese restaurants in Helsinki. đ&#x;? Lapinlahdenkatu 12, +358 9 694 9446,
đ&#x;? Annankatu 25, +358 9 640 258, www.ravintolachina.fi
DRAGON PHOENIX Reasonably priced Chinese food in a modern interior. đ&#x;? Pohjoinen Makasiinikatu 1, +358 9 655 507,
EMPIRE PLAZA Dim Sum, sizzlers, hot pots, duck dishes, and other Hong Kong specialities.
đ&#x;? Urho Kekkosen katu 1, +358 9 328 0328, www.empireplaza.fi
GOLDEN LEAF ASIAN CUISINE Traditional Cantonese restaurant near to Kamppi shopping centre. đ&#x;? Fredrikinkatu 47,
+358 50 577 7533, www.goldenleafravintola.fi
HOâ€™S FOOD Modern Chinese restaurant serving traditional Chinese dishes with a street food twist. Located at the Abattoir. đ&#x;? TyĂśpajankatu 2, +358 9 42 8926 48, www.hosfood.fi
KAMOME Japanese & Nordic food. Located in Design District. đ&#x;? Pursimiehenkatu 12, +358 9 657 422, www.kamome.fi, www.facebook.com/kamomehelsinki
KITA Fresh sushi and other Asian flavours. Restaurant combines Japanese and Finnish atmosphere, creating a simple but enjoyable aesthetic combination. đ&#x;? EtelĂ¤esplanadi 4, +358 40 936 6688, www.kitaravintola.fi
KOTO Traditional Japanese food since 1986. đ&#x;? LĂśnnrotinkatu 22,
+358 9 646 080, www.ravintola-koto.fi
RAVINTOLA MAKUJA A sushi restaurant that offers fresh and healthy sushi without additives or coloring agents. Special
diets considered in the menu. Hosts a buffet as well as ĂĄ la carte.
đ&#x;? Fredrikinkatu 46, +358 44 057 0015, www.ravintolamakuja.fi
EAT & DRINK SUSHI BAR DAY & NITE Delicious sushi close to the Esplanade Park. đ&#x;? Pohjoinen Makasiinikatu 7, +358 45 325 0850, www.daynite.fi SUSHIBAR + WINE Handmade sushi and better wines in Scandinavian decor. đ&#x;? Uudenmaankatu 15; Fredrikinkatu 42;
ANNAPURNA Authentic Nepalese restaurant serving delicious food since 1999. đ&#x;? Fredrikinkatu 23, +358 9 647 847, www. annapurna.fi/
BIHANI Nepalese restaurant near to the tram museum.
Korjaamo Culture Factory, www.sushibar.fi
đ&#x;? Mannerheimintie 23, +358 9Â 588 5898
TOKYO55 Sushi and other specialities made by authentic Japanese sushi masters. đ&#x;? Runeberginkatu 55 B,
HIMALAYA First original Nepalese restaurant in Helsinki. Authentic Tandoori dishes. đ&#x;? Ratakatu 1 B, +358 9 647 551,
+358 9 434 276 40, www.tokyo55.fi
MOUNTAIN Nepalese cuisine in TĂśĂślĂś. đ&#x;? NordenskiĂśldinkatu 8, +358 9 454 0501, www.ravintolamountain.com
LEMONGRASS Original and traditional Thai cuisine in the heart of Kallio. đ&#x;? Kolmas Linja 12, +358 9 876 3279 RED KOI THAI Thai and Vietnamese cuisine. Quality food with lot of flavor. đ&#x;? LĂśnnrotinkatu 27, +358 50 387 8116, www.redkoithai.com RYAN THAI The oldest Thai restaurant in town. đ&#x;? Vuorikatu 18,
+358 9 6871 8840, www.ryanthai.fi
TAMARIN Genuine Thai cuisine in several locations in Helsinki. đ&#x;? See the locations www.tamarin.fi/ravintolat/
MOUNT EVEREST KAMPPI Near Kamppi shopping mall. Wide selection of Nepalese dishes. đ&#x;? Lapinlahdenkatu 17,
+358 9 6831 5450, www.everestyeti.fi
MOUNT EVEREST NOKKA Near Grand Marina hotel. Wide selection of Nepalese dishes. đ&#x;? Luotsikatu 12 A, +358 9 622 1996, www.everestyeti.fi
MOUNT EVEREST VILHOLA At the Railway square. Wide selection of Nepalese dishes. đ&#x;? Vilhonkatu 9, +358 9 673 129,
PIKKU NEPAL Authentic taste of Nepal. đ&#x;? Annankatu 29;
GANDI Indian restaurant near the Olympic Stadium. đ&#x;? Toivonkatu 1â€“3, +358 9 496 580, www.gandi.fi
INDIA HOUSE RESTAURANT India House is a lunch and Ă la carte restaurant combining Finnish and Indian food styles.
đ&#x;? Forum Shopping Centre, 3rd floor, +358 50 463 0155, www.indiahouse.fi
MAHARAJA Indian cuisine. Restaurant has been serving since 1993. đ&#x;? Mannerheimintie 2123, +358 9 444 436, www.maharaja.fi
SĂśrnĂ¤istenlaituri 3, www.pikkunepal.fi
SATKAR One of the oldest Nepalese restaurants in Helsinki. Located in Kamppi. đ&#x;? Fredrikinkatu 46, +358 9 611 077,
OTHER ETHNIC ADDIS Genuine Ethiopian kitchen. Located in Vallila.
đ&#x;? Sturenkatu 28, +358 9 42577877, www.addiskitchen.fi
GIWA The genuine Korean restaurant in Helsinki serving the best and variousÂ Korean Bibimbap. đ&#x;? Bulevardi 19, +358 40 199 3223,
MONAL Indian restaurant in the heart of the city. Authentic Indian taste experiences & peaceful location. Also for groups.
NAMASKAAR EXPRESS Indian cuisine at the Railway Station.
KOREA HOUSE First Korean restaurant in Finland is located in the beautiful Kruununhaka area. đ&#x;? Mariankatu 19, +358 9 135
đ&#x;? Annankatu 4, +358 50 596 9316, www.ravintolamonal.fi
đ&#x;? Elielinaukio 3, +358 278 1370, wwww.namaskaar.fi
SAMRAT Samratâ€™s modern interior gives the restaurant a character of its own. The cuisine is in the Indian tradition, and there is even Indian beer to drink. A corner of India far away in Helsinki. đ&#x;? EtelĂ¤esplanadi 22, +358 9 611 001, www.samrat.fi
LIE MI Vietnamese street kitchen. đ&#x;? Eerikinkatu 20;
NEPALESE AANGAN Nepalese restaurant near to the Hietalahti flea market.
đ&#x;? Hietalahdenkatu 8, +358 9Â 428 93433, www.aangan.fi
Runeberginkatu 56, www.liemi.fi
NAâ€™AM KITCHEN Naâ€™am Kitchen offer a combination of NorthAfrican and Middle Eastern flavors that are accompanied by relaxed and easygoing service. đ&#x;? Citycenter Shopping Centre,
VIBAMIÂ Vibami servesÂ iconic Vietnamese street cuisines. The menu is inspired by the vibe of Saigon, with a modern twist for Finnish locals. đ&#x;? Iso Roobertinkatu 3-5, Eerikinkatu 14, www.vibami.fiÂ
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BELGIUM IN THE HEART OF HELSINKI A wide selection of Belgian beers and food. KLUUVIKATU 5, HELSINKI • BELGE.FI 13
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EAT & DRINK CAFĂ‰S CAFĂ‰ AALTO Designed by famous Finnish architect & designer Alvar Aalto, and furnished by his creations. Located in the 2nd floor of Academic Bookstore. đ&#x;? Pohjoisesplanadi 39, +359 9 121 4446, www.cafeaalto.fi
CAFĂ‰ ARTIST Centrally located peaceful cafĂŠ at the round building of Swedish Theatre. đ&#x;? Pohjoisesplanadi 2,
+358 50 300 0550, www.facebook.com/norraesplanaden2
CAFE BRIOSSI A traditional family owned cafe, operated for over 20 years. Located in the city center of Helsinki, next to Hotel Torni. They serve delicious bakery and confectionery products, breakfast and light lunch, every day. All products are self made in their kitchen. đ&#x;? Kalevankatu 9, +358 9 645 062, www.briossi.fi CAFĂ‰ CARUSEL Popular cafĂŠ by the sea, next to Kaivopuisto Park. Amazing sea view all around the year. đ&#x;? Merisatamanranta 10, +358 9 622 4522, www.carusel.fi
CAFĂ‰ SILO CafĂŠ Silo is located in the Russian merchantsâ€™ quarter near the ferry pier. The cafĂŠ offers delicacies baked on site, special coffees and soup of the day. The small terrace in front of the cafĂŠ is the perfect place for admiring life at the fortress. đ&#x;? Suomenlinna C10, +358 40 5356610.
CAFĂ‰ TIN TIN TANGO Continental cafĂŠ and bar where you can also wash your laundry! đ&#x;? TĂśĂślĂśntorikatu 7, +358 9 2709 0972, www.tintintango.info
CAFĂ‰ VANILLE The cosy cafĂŠ is located along the main route of the fortress, in a wooden house in the old Russian merchantsâ€™ quarter. Delicious cakes and other pastries, a soup of the day, special coffees and refreshments are on offer. đ&#x;? Suomenlinna
C18 III, +358 40 556 1169, www.cafevanille.fi
CAFĂ‰ URSULA Popular seaside cafĂŠ close to Kaivopuisto Park. đ&#x;? EhrenstrĂśmintie 3, +358 9 652 817, www.ursula.fi
FAZER CAFĂ‰ A modern classical cafĂŠ dating back to 1891. Favourite meeting spot for both tourists and locals. Get your souvenir chocolates from Fazer. đ&#x;? Kluuvikatu 3, +358 20 729
CAFE EKBERG Classic cafĂŠ & pĂ˘tisserie (est. 1852) with unique atmosphere along the beautiful Bulevardi avenue. đ&#x;? Bulevardi 9,
CAFĂ‰ ENGEL Classic place for a coffee break, lunch or breakfast. Situated in Tori Quarters next to Senate Square.
ICECELLAR The menu of the Icecellar cultural cafĂŠ includes a soup of the day and pastries. The building was completed in 1898 to serve as a food cellar which was kept cool with blocks of ice sawed off the fresh water pans on the island. đ&#x;? Suomenlinna C
+358 9 6811 8660 www.cafeekberg.fi
đ&#x;? Aleksanterinkatu 26, +358 9 652 776, www.cafeengel.fi
83 B 9, +358 50 5865462, www.jaakellari.fi
CAFĂ‰ ESPLANAD CafĂŠ along Pohjoisesplanadi avenue. CafeÂ´s specialities are the famous cinnamon rolls (they are huge!).
IPI KULMAKUPPILA Trendy and spacious cafĂŠ next to Kallioâ€™s library and Karhupuisto Park. Good quality lunch and carefully chosen delicacies. đ&#x;? Porthaninkatu 13, +358 45 616 4776,
đ&#x;? Pohjoisesplanadi 37, +358 9 665 496, www.esplanad.fi
CAFE LOV Cafe LOV is a German Cafe & Eatery in the nice neighborhood of Kruununhaka. Genuine German delicacies.
đ&#x;? Mariankatu 13 B, +358 40 4120 295, www.facebook.com/cafedaja/
CAFE PEQUEĂ‘O Speciality coffee, craft beer, organic and natural wines, argentine empanadas, crispy toasts, sweet and savory treats, accompanied by a friendly service. đ&#x;? Vaasankatu 11 CAFĂ‰ PIPER Summer cafĂŠ with majestic sea views on the Suomenlinna Sea Fortress Island. đ&#x;? Suomenlinna B 40, +358 9 684 1850, www.facebook.com/cafepiper
CAFE REGATTA Popular outdoor cafĂŠ by the sea in TĂśĂślĂś near the seaside with a feeling of a traditional summer cottage. đ&#x;? Merikannontie 10, +358 40 414 9167.
CAFĂ‰ SAMOVARBAR CafĂŠ Samovarbar of Suomenlinna Toy Museum is located in a wooden villa that was built in the Russian period of the fortress. The cafĂŠ offers delicacies baked on site, special coffees and an extensive selection of tea varieties. đ&#x;?
Suomenlinna C66, +358 40 500 6607, www.lelumuseo.fi/toymuseum/
KAKKUGALLERIA Specialized in cakes, pastries and other tasty treats. Cafeâ€™s speciality (in Fredrikinkatu and Bulevardi) is a cake buffet â€“ eat as much cakes as you want! Or can! đ&#x;? Bulevardi 34;
Fredrikinkatu 41; Hakaniemi Market Hall, www.kakkugalleria.com
KIASMA CAFĂˆ Speciality coffees, freshly-brewed tea or soft drinks, and a selection of savoury and sweet delicacies in the selfservice bar. Located in the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma. đ&#x;? Mannerheimintie 2, +358 40Â 1695Â 750, www.kiasmacafe.fi/
LA TORREFAZIONE CafĂŠ & roastery at Aleksanterinkatu. Lunch, brunch, and very good coffee. đ&#x;? Aleksanterinkatu 50, +358 9 428 90648, www.latorre.fi
MOKO MARKET & CAFĂˆ A concept store which combines an interior design store and a cafĂŠ. Another store is located in SĂśrnĂ¤inen next to Suvilahti. đ&#x;? PerĂ¤miehenkatu 10; Vilhovuorenkatu 11, www.moko.fi
ROBERTâ€™S COFFEE JUGEND Place to be for every coffee lover in town. 200 year-old Art Nouveau atmosphere designed by Lars Sonck. đ&#x;?
Pohjoisesplanadi 19; +358 50 305 4754, www.robertscoffee.com/ en/
EAT & DRINK SVENKKA Puotilan Kartano, the secret gem of Eastern Helsinki, hides the historical Svenkka into its courtyard. Svenkka serves its customers as a cosy cafe and as a laid-back pub. đ&#x;? Puotilantie 7,
00910 Helsinki, +358 44 508 0032, www.puotilankartano.fi
SIS. DELI + CAFĂˆ A wide variety of fresh food, delicious coffees, pastries, and deli products. đ&#x;? Kalevankatu 4; Korkeavuorenkatu 6; Pursimiehenkatu 7; www.sisdeli.fi/english
đ&#x;? Kalevankatu 3, +358 9 672 013, www.basebar.fi
BIERHAUS MĂœNCHEN New beer restaurant in TĂśĂślĂś. Good selection of beers.đ&#x;? TĂśĂślĂśnlahdenkatu 3, +358 45 1381635. BLACK DOOR Genuine beer restaurant.
đ&#x;? Iso Roobertinkatu 1; Kaisaniemenkatu 4, www.blackdoor.fi
STARBUCKS The most popular coffee chain in the world is also available in Helsinki. đ&#x;? Kamppi Shopping Centre; Esplanadi 39,
BRYGGERI Scandinavian style brewery restaurant in the Tori Quarters with their own, on-the-spot brewed beers.
đ&#x;? Sofiankatu 2, +358 10 235 2500, www.bryggerihelsinki.fi
STRINDBERG Classic cafĂŠ along Pohjoisesplanadi. Also including ĂĄ la carte restaurant, lunch place, and library bar upstairs. đ&#x;? Pohjoisesplanadi 33, +358 9 6128 6900,
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VIAPORIN DELI & CAFĂˆ Viaporin Deli & CafĂŠ is located in the MY Jetty Barracks near the ferry pier and offers salads, sandwiches, CY pastries, ice cream and special coffees. The products can be eaten in or taken away. The cafĂŠ also has a shop selling organic CMY and local food products as well as beers from the Suomenlinnan Panimo brewery. đ&#x;? Suomenlinna C1, +358 9 698 1011, K
TIEDEKULMA CAFĂ‰ Daily lunch, drinks and good coffee. Spectacular space with wooden architecture. Part of Helsinki Universityâ€™s Think Corner run by Helsinki University. đ&#x;? Yliopistonkatu 4, www.helsinki.fi/en/think-corner/what-is-thinkcorner
BASE BAR In the heart of Helsinki. Offers a rock nâ€™ roll atmosphere with no less than full pints. Open every day.
SOFIANKATU 3, 00170 HELSINKI WWW.GOHAN.FI
GOING OUT PUBS & BEER ANGLETERRE Helsinkiâ€™s oldest and most genuine British pub since 1976. đ&#x;? Fredrikinkatu 47, +358 10 76 63580, www.oluthuone.fi AUSSIE BAR Australian pub next to the Kamppi shopping centre. đ&#x;? Salomonkatu 17, +358 9 737 373, www.aussiebar.net/helsinki
BAARIKĂ„RPĂ„NENÂ BaarikĂ¤rpĂ¤nen is one of the classics of Helsinki nightlife, especially among the youngsters and the students. đ&#x;? Pohjoinen Rautatiekatu 21, www.baarikarpanen.fi
Sofiankatu 2, 00170 Helsinki www.bryggeri.fi
BAR BRONCO 2 Atmospheric gastro pub in Punavuori. A broad selection of beers, ciders and wines. Tasty snacks or juicy burgers. Bar has also all the sport channels. đ&#x;? Iso Roobertinkatu 15, www.barbronco.fi/fi/bar-bronco-2/
BAR LOOSE The hangout, a hideout and a shelter for the domestic and visiting rockâ€™nâ€™roll crowd. Also live music.
đ&#x;? Annankatu 21, +358 9 586 1819, www.barloose.com
BAR LOOSISTER Rockbistro Bar Loosister is a living room for people who love honest rockÂ´nÂ´roll, good solid food and relaxed atmosphere. Located in the bohemian district of Kallio. đ&#x;? HĂ¤meentie 50, +358 44Â 791 3116, www.barloosister.fi
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EAT & DRINK DUBLINER Irish-styled bar in the centre. đ&#x;? Mannerheimintie 5,
+358 10 766 4470, www.dubliner.fi
ELMO SPORT BISTRO A sport bar with a good feeling! Simple but tasty food. Kitchen open till late. đ&#x;? Tekla Hultinin Aukio 1, +358 44 0544 632, www.elmobistro.fi
GASTROPUB STONEâ€™S Gastropub with relaxed atmosphere. đ&#x;? Keskuskatu 4, +358 10 766 3740, www.stonespub.fi
ILVES Since 1932 Ilves has been offering authentic food and atmosphere. Located beside Tavastia rock club. Ilves is a regular hangout for music professionals and like-minded people.
đ&#x;? Urho Kekkosen katu 4-6, +358 9 7746 7425, ravintolailves.fi
KAISLA OLUTHUONE The finest beers from Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, England, and Ireland. đ&#x;? Vilhonkatu 4,
+358 10 76 63850, www.oluthuone.fi
KITTYâ€™S PUBLIC HOUSE Pop in Kittyâ€™s for the spontaneous pub atmosphere and varied offerings of the British Isles. 14 beers and ciders flow from the taps into a pint and you can certainly find a suitable alternative from a large variety of bottled beers. Their speciality is Real Ale, a genuine British beer pumped into a pint directly from the casks in their cellar.đ&#x;? Keskuskatu 6, City Passage, +358 10 76 64510, www.raflaamo.fi/en/helsinki/kittys-public-house
MAJAVA BAARI Popular hangout for rock and heavy metal people. Near to the Karhupuisto in Kallio. đ&#x;? Porthaninkatu 9, +358 40 046 6673, www.majavabaari.fi
MARIAN HELMI Cosy bar close to the university: a true spot for the beer lover. đ&#x;? Snellmaninkatu 17, +358 9 135 6651, www.marianhelmi.fi
MOLLY MALONEâ€™S Irish pub with three bars offers genuine Irish atmosphere and live music every day.
đ&#x;? Kaisaniemenkatu 1 C, +358 20 719 1970, www.mollymalones.fi
Oâ€™LEARYS BAKERSÂ Meeting point for sport people and for anyone who wants to enjoy good atmosphere, drinks and tasty food. đ&#x;? Mannerheimintie 12, +358 20 770 1444, www.olearys.fi/ bakers
Oâ€™MALLEYâ€™S Irish bar at Hotel Torni. đ&#x;? YrjĂśnkatu 26,
+358 09 1234 604, www.ravintolatorni.fi
ON THE ROCKS KALLIO Rock bar in trendy Kallio.
đ&#x;? Porvoonkatu 1, +358 50 3312138, www.rockskallio.fi
PIVNICE POSEIDON Â Offers delicacies from the very best of the Czech beer culture. đ&#x;? Kruunuvuorenkatu 1, +358 10 76 64190, www.oluthuone.fi
PUB PERĂ„KAMMARI Cosy Finnish pub with pool table. Drinks and snacks. Live music on Fridays and Saturdays. đ&#x;? Eerikinkatu 2, +358 50 375 1177, www.facebook.com/PubPerakammari/
RYTMI A popular hangout bar in Hakaniemi. đ&#x;? Toinen Linja 2, +358 9 723 15550, www.rytmi.net
SIDEWALK LĂ–NKKA Industrial-styled bar in the heart of the city. đ&#x;? LĂśnnrotinkatu 11, +358 10 419 0718, www.sidewalk.fi/lonkka/
SILTANEN Great DJâ€™s â€“ low-key but stylish meeting spot for hip locals of the Kallio district. đ&#x;? HĂ¤meentie 13 B, +358 440 660 530, www.siltanen.org
SORI TAPROOM Sori Taproom is all about fantastic craft beer serving a variety of Sori Brewing beer among with one of their favorite rotating drafts. Food also available: a modern American style kitchen and later in the evening a neat pizza menu.
đ&#x;? Vuorikatu 16, +358 44 2438404, www.soribrewing.com/taprooms
SPORTS ACADEMY Sports bar in the heart of the city center offers the best possible settings for bench sports, dining and spending quality time with friends. đ&#x;? Keskuskatu 6, +358 10 7664
TEERENPELI Offers a large selection of craft-brewed and imported beers and ciders. Also tapas and other snacks. đ&#x;?
Olavinkatu 2, +358 424 925 260, www.teerenpeli.com
U. KALEVA Traditional Finnish pub with heated terrace. Finnish music and Finnish atmosphere. đ&#x;? Kalevankatu 3 A, +358 9 680 1372, www.ukaleva.fi
EAT & DRINK VILLI WĂ„INĂ– Beer from the Finnish small breweries. VLTAVA The Czech style restaurant in Finland. Wide range of Czech beers & delicious food. đ&#x;? Elielinaukio 2, +358 10 766 3650, www.vltava.fi
Ă–LHUS Cosy pub chain with large selection of beers and ciders. Bars all around the city. đ&#x;? Ă–lhus KĂśbenhavn, Kalevankatu 3. Ă–lhus Stockholm, Annankatu 27. Ă–lhus Helsinki, Mannerheimintie 104. www.raflaamo.fi/fi/oluthuoneet
DRINKS & COCKTAILS AMERICAN BAR Highly-acclaimed cocktail bar in hotel Torni.
ATELJEE BAR Hotel Torniâ€™s classic and hugely popular bar above Helsinki rooftops. đ&#x;? YrjĂśnkatu 26, +358 10 7842 080, www.raflaamo.fi/en/helsinki/atelje-bar
GROTESK COCKTAIL BAR Champagne, cocktails and good atmosphere. đ&#x;? Ludviginkatu 10, +358 10 470 2100, www.grotesk. fi/cocktailbaari
DEKKI The terrace in the inner yard of Lasipalatsi. A bar, charcoal grill and DJâ€™s. The terrace is open daily from lunch until late hours. đ&#x;? Mannerheimintie 22, www.dekkihelsinki.fi
open: tue-sat 23.45-07 Fredrikinkatu 65 00100 Helsinki
đ&#x;? Kalevankatu 5, +358 10 7842 070, www.raflaamo.fi/fi/helsinki/ american-bar
đ&#x;? Kalevankatu 4, +358 10 387 2350, www.villiwaino.fi
Hallituskatu 3 Open Fri-Sat 23-05
LIBERTY OR DEATH Cocktail bar in the city centre. Said to have the best drinks in town... Try it yourself! đ&#x;? Erottajankatu 5, NAVY JERRYâ€™S 1950â€™s naval themed bar/lounge/nightclub. Yummy cocktails, lovely staff, friendly vibe. đ&#x;? Hietaniemenkatu 2,
+358 45 178 3868, www.navyjerrys.fi
THE RIFF A rock nâ€™ roll bar located in the heart of Punavuori district. Offering drinks, cocktails and a refreshing outlook on the rock culture in the dark, slightly luxurious interior. Co-owned The 69 Eyes -drummer Jussi 69. đ&#x;? Iso Roobertinkatu 3, +358 40 158 3603, www.theriff.fi
MAP E3, D2, E3, E5
+358 40 127 1731, www.libertyordeath.fi
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VIN VIN Nice and professional wine bar in the heart of the centre. Large selection of organic wines from small producers.
đ&#x;? Kalevankatu 6, +358 10 666 8459, www.vin-vin.fi
KARAOKE ANNA K Karaoke bar in the heart of the Helsinki. đ&#x;? Annankatu 23, +358 9676 128, www.karaoke.net/annak
EROTTAJA BAR A popular bar for nightlife and karaoke.
đ&#x;? Erottajankatu 15-17, +358 9 611 196, www.karaoke.net/erottaja
JONEâ€™S Karaoke bar near to the Rautatientori Railway Square.
đ&#x;? Kaisaniemenkatu 13, +358 9 742 98362, www.karaoke.net/jones
EAT & DRINK KARAOKE BAR SATUMAA Karaoke all the night through. đ&#x;? Fredrikinkatu 65, +358 40
KGB Disco & karaoke near to Senate Square.
đ&#x;? Hallituskatu 3, +358 9 174395, www.kgb-club.fi
PATAĂ„SSĂ„ The most popular karaoke bar in Helsinki. Karaoke all day long, every day. đ&#x;? Snellmaninkatu 13, +358 9 626 076,
KUUDES LINJA Gigs, live sets and DJ-music. Right around the corner from Kaiku and Siltanen. đ&#x;? HĂ¤meentie 13, www.kuudeslinja.
POPULUS A nostalgic karaoke bar in Kallio district. Open 24/7 every day! đ&#x;? Aleksis Kiven katu 22, +358 9 735 519, www.karaoke. net/populus
MAXINE Relaxed and informal meeting place over the rooftops of Helsinki, right in the heart of Kamppi. đ&#x;? Urho Kekkosen katu 1,
RESTROOM Located in an old public restroom originally built for summer Olympics in 1952. đ&#x;? Tehtaankatu 23 A, +358 9 672 743, www.karaokebar.net/restroom
SWENGI KARAOKE NIGHTCLUB A nightclub devoted to karaoke. đ&#x;? Iso Roobertinkatu 10, +358 9 6228 0180, www.swengi.fi WALLIS KARAOKE BAR In Wallis you can dance and sing along to performances or get up to the stage yourself. Wallis has a wide selection of songs and an excellent sound system. đ&#x;? Kanavaranta 7 E 22, www.ngp.fi/en/restaurants/wallis-karaoke-bar/.
YĂ–KYĂ–PELI Little, intimate karaoke bar in the historic centre.
Kamppi Shopping Centre, 6. floor, +358 20 703 2950, www.maxine.fi
MILLIKLUBI Party every night. đ&#x;? Kaivokatu 12, +358 9 2785 620,
NOSTURI Live music and a cosy summer terrace in the Punavuori district. đ&#x;? Telakkakatu 8, +358 9 6811 8810,
ON THE ROCKS Rock club and bar in two floors. đ&#x;? Mikonkatu
15, +358 400 630 960, www.ontherocks.fi
PRESSA Nightclub for mature taste, on the ground floor of hotel President. đ&#x;? EtelĂ¤inen Rautatienkatu 4, www.pressa.fi
APOLLO LIVE CLUB Nightclub, theatre, stand-up and music performances. Open on weekends. đ&#x;? Mannerheimintie 16,
SKOHAN Skohan is a nightclub situated in the heart of Helsinki, opposite to the Railway Station. Skohan consists of four distinct spaces â€“ Club, Karaoke, bar and X Vip. The restaurant is surrounded by a roofed and heated terrace that serves all year round. Its artwork is designed by Finnish designer Stefan Lindfors. đ&#x;? Keskuskatu 8, 3rd Floor, www.skohan.fi
CIRCUS Huge nightclub and live music venue in Kamppi.
TAVASTIA The most legendary rock music club in Finland. Live gigs and popular Saturday disco. đ&#x;? Urho Kekkosen katu 6,
đ&#x;? Salomonkatu 1-3, www.thecircus.fi
đ&#x;? Fabianinkatu 17, +358 9 625 108, www.karaoke.net/yĂśkyĂśpeli
NIGHTCLUBS & LIVE MUSIC VENUES
DTM A legendary gay nightclub, â€œDonâ€™t Tell Mamaâ€?.
TEATTERI A slightly upscale club for the luxury seeking.
đ&#x;? Mannerheimintie 6 B, +358 10 841 6969, www.dtm.fi
đ&#x;? Pohjoisesplanadi 2, +358 9 6128 5000, www.teatteri.fi/klubi
EL PATRON CLUB & LOUNGE Club in the heart of Helsinki.
VALKOINEN SALI (WHITE HALL) Culture and Conference Center is one of the oldest event venues in Helsinki, still in its original use. Clubs, concerts, parties on weekends. đ&#x;? Aleksanterinkatu 16 / Katariinankatu 3, +358 40
đ&#x;? Simonkatu 6, www.elpatron.fi
G LIVELAB G Livelab is a new chance to experience live music in a context which enables the performance to succeed beyond expectations. đ&#x;? YrjĂśnkatu 3, www.glivelab.fi
HEIDIâ€™S BIER BAR At Heidiâ€™s Bier Bar, you can experience the authentic aprĂ¨s-ski atmosphere with dancing on the tables â€˜Oktoberfest styleâ€™ and nail driving contests. Dressed in pretty Tyrolean dresses, their hostesses will serve you while the beat of German, Scandinavian and international hits get your hips swinging. đ&#x;? YrjĂśnkatu 24, www.heidisbierbar.fi/city/helsinki/ HERCULES Gay nightclub. đ&#x;? Pohjoinen Rautatiekatu 21 B, +358 9 612 1776, www.herculesgayclub.com KAARLE XII One of the most legendary nightclubs in Helsinki. đ&#x;? Kasarmikatu 40, +358Â 20Â 770Â 1470, www.kaarle.fi
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