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tourist guide 2017


Distances to Rauma From Pori 49 km From Turku 94 km From Tampere 145 km From Helsinki 242 km From Vaasa 242 km From Jyväskylä 293 km From Oulu 548 km

Rauma Turku

4 Sammallahdenmäki.. 8 Art and culture....... 10 Lace........................ 12 Old Rauma.................

CONTENTS

20 The archipelago..... 22 The sea...................

Hiking and hobbies...................

Winter and Christmas..............

26 Events..................... 28

Tampere Helsinki

Shopping................

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Cafés, restaurants and accommodation.....

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Families with children..................

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30 Service directory....32 Maps.......................

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About this brochure: Rauma Tourist Guide 2017. Publisher: City of Rauma, Communications and Tourism Services. Layout: Princeps Oy. Printed by: Rauman Painopiste Oy. Printed on PEFC-certified paper. Print run: 27,000. Photos: City of Rauma Image Bank. The information was compiled in November 2016. The publisher is not responsible for changes to or the accuracy of the contact information, opening hours, prices and other similar information.

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Welcome to Rauma!

Make yourself at home! It is easy to fall in love with Rauma – it is one of Finland's oldest cities and known for its lace and unique dialect. Rauma is a city of culture with a rich history, fascinating museums and a diverse range of events. Rauma was established in 1442. The 575-year-old city possesses long traditions as a significant centre of industry and trade where history meets the present, making the city cosy and lively. Rauma is the location of two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Old Rauma and Sammallahdenmäki Bronze Age burial cairns area. Rauma, a sea and archipelago city, has developed from a small village into a lively industrial and harbour city with approximately 40,000 residents. Turn to the pages of this brochure to find out how the inhabitants of Rauma see their home town. They are marked with .

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Old Rauma in numbers: • area 30 ha • buildings: approx. 600 • inhabitants: approx. 800

Old Rauma – the beating heart of the city Old Rauma was granted the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991. Old Rauma is a unique example of an old Nordic wooden town. In Old Rauma, people live, work and enjoy their free time in a historical environment. Located in the centre of the city, the Market Square is surrounded by more than 100 shops and boutiques, as well as several atmospheric ateliers, cafés and restaurants. Distances are short in Old Rauma: shops and sights are located within walking distance from each other. Narrow and meandering streets and lanes are characteristic of Old Rauma, as they follow medieval routes. Typical features are also the asymmetric plots with their impressive gates and wooden fences.

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Lots of old, lots of new Old Rauma is a fascinating combination of history and the spirit of modern times. Old Rauma is the most extensive, most complete and best preserved historical wooden town in the Nordic countries. Its prestigious atmosphere and well-preserved buildings provide a unique setting for modern services.

Cafés You can enjoy a refreshing cup of coffee at a traditional café in Old Rauma or choose a modern atmosphere for a relaxing break. The vanilla doughnuts served at Café Kontio are famous around the country. If you rise with the birds, we recommend trying the local custom of enjoying a cup of coffee while up and standing at the market place.

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The fascinating destinations of Old Rauma

“I value Old Rauma as well as the history and attractions of Rauma.” Kirsti Museum

Church of the Holy Cross

Kirsti's yard and its buildings shed light on the construction methods used in the city in the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century. Over the course of history, the house has been owned by sailors, workers and craftsmen. Before becoming a museum in the 1970s, it was owned by the same family for 200 years. The museum showcases the lives of owner and renter families in the 20th century. A summer destination.

Around the time that the town was established, a Franciscan brotherhood built a monastery and a church in Rauma. The church was inaugurated in 1512. Later, the monastery was closed down and the church became a Lutheran church. The beautiful Church of the Holy Cross continues to be one of the most popular attractions in Rauma.

www.rauma.seurakunta.net

www.rauma.fi/museo

Marela Museum Marela is a home museum of merchant and shipowner families. Its main building was given its Neo-Renaissance appearance at the end of the 19th century. At this time, the house belonged to one of the dominant burghers, Gabriel Granlund. The decorative tiled stoves, doors, ceiling paintings and panels relay a story about wealth and the interior design of the museum depict an accurate description of the lifestyle on an old shipowner family. The museum also houses temporary exhibitions.

www.rauma.fi/museo

The Old Town Hall Museum The edge of the square is adorned by the Old Town Hall, which was completed in 1776 and now functions as a museum. It is a baroque-style building, but its basic shape – a two-storey town hall with a clock tower – was a familiar sight in cities already in the Middle Ages. Nowadays, the museum displays lace-making items as well as temporary exhibitions. Kistupuoti, the museum store, has an extensive selection of items for souvenirs.

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Kalatori Square and the ruins of the Church of the Holy Trinity The oldest settlement in the city is presumed to have been located around the Kalatori Square (Fish Market). The waves of the sea were still washing the region in the 14th century. The ruins of the Church of the Holy Trinity are located by the Kalatori Square. The church burnt down in 1640.

Hauenguano Hauenguano Square is located at the junction of the two main streets of Old Rauma: Kauppakatu and Kuninkaankatu. The city was surrounded by a toll fence from the beginning of the 17th century until 1808. At the time, entrance to the town was through the Pori customs, which was located in this site. Rauma Art Museum is located in the Pinnala House of Hauenguano, and the area is home to artisans’ workshops and shops.

Kitukränn Kitukränn, often cited as the narrowest street in Finland, runs between Kuninkaankatu and Kauppakatu. Along Kitukränn, you will find an old prohibition sign typeset in Fraktur.

See page 31 for a map of Old Rauma. You can also explore the area with the help of mobile applications. More information is available on the www.visitrauma.fi website, where you can also order a brochure containing maps.

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Tammela Tammela House showcases UNESCO World Heritage in Rauma as well as renovation activities in Old Rauma. It houses a spare part bank of old construction components, with red ochre paint being made in the summer time.

www.rauma.fi


Visit Sammallahdenmäki on your mobile device: www.citynomadi.com

The enigma of the mysterious Sammallahdenmäki is still unresolved Sammallahdenmäki is a unique area of ancient relics and, in 1999, it became Finland's first archaeological site to make the list of World Heritage Sites. This cairn area is an intriguing complex that reflects the religious beliefs and burial practices of a community in Western Finland in the Scandinavian Bronze Age and early Iron Age (1500–50 BCE). Spanning less than one kilometre, the area features 36 burial cairns of different shapes and sizes. The largest and most famous cairn in the area is called Kirkonlaattia, or Church Floor. According to a folk tale, goblins started to build a church that was never completed. This large ancient relic is almost quadrangular in shape, with an even surface.

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Seasons colour the scenery, setting the mood

Spring

Summer

Autumn

Nature wakes up in the spring in Sammallahdenmäki: tree buds open, marsh tea spreads its scent, violets and forgetme-nots stretch toward the sun. The sounds of hundreds of migratory birds carry from Saarnijärvi, the old gulf which has become overgrown with grass. A cuckoo is calling, swans and cranes are trumpeting, and little birds are chirping.

The pine forest scenery fills with shades of green and grey. It is peaceful here despite the busy summer season. On sunny days, you can feel the scorching heat on the rocks. When stopping for a drink, you can just marvel at how much time and effort was spent on building the cairns.

In the autumn, the rocks and cairns in Sammallahdenmäki are coloured by moss, lichen and heather. When leaves fall from the trees, the scenery turns transparent. From Kirkonlaattia (Church Floor) you can see far onto the ancient sea and listen to ravens and the humming of the wind – while pondering how the ancient people prepared for the winter.

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Sammallahdenmäki is located in Kivikylä in Lappi, approximately 20 kilometres from the centre of Rauma. You can visit the site on your own, as routes from Highway 8 and Highway 12 are signposted. There is parking, signposts and brochures in the area.

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Buses run from the centre of Rauma to Sammallahdenmäki on Thursdays in July and August 2017.

Rauma has two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Old Rauma and Sammallahdenmäki, which can be visited on your own or with a guide. Order a brochure with maps or a guided tour from the Rauma Tourist Office: matkailu@rauma.fi, tel. +358 (0)2 834 3512.

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Art and culture are parts of Rauma inhabitants' daily lives.

Kerttu Horila: Three Beauties Š Kuvasto 2016

Powerful experiences, culture and art Rauma is a real treat for museum and art lovers. There are things to see and experience for people of all ages in the city's museums. The museums help you to familiarise yourself with for example lace-making and maritime history as well as city living in different eras in the heart of Old Rauma. The Rauma water tower offers a spectacular view over the centre of the city. The Kiikartorni lookout tower by Syväraumanlahti Bay offers the best view of maritime landscapes.

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Museums in Rauma are never boring

“The cultural life in Rauma is very diverse for a small town." Lönnström museums

Rauma Maritime Museum

Teresia and Rafael Lönnström's home museum displays the unique home and art collection of this Rauma-based industrialist couple. In the home museum, the interior design of the home has been preserved utilising furniture as well as various design and art objects. Lönnström Art Museum is currently an open-space museum that collaborates with artists to implement modern art projects.

Rauma Maritime Museum is located in the former Rauma Maritime School, which was completed in 1900. The Maritime Museum presents the city's rich maritime history. At the museum, the spotlight focuses not only on ships, but also on sailors. The destination is also suitable for conferences with catering.

www.rmm.fi

www.lonnstrominmuseot.fi

Rauma Art Museum Rauma Art Museum is located in the Pinnala House in Old Rauma. The museum buildings and the idyllic yard form one of Old Rauma's best preserved groups of buildings. The historical milieu is a perfect setting for the museum to showcase the various phenomena of art, from modern art to the history of art. The museum's calendar contains temporary exhibitions, events, workshops and concerts. The permanent exhibition, Eino Valtonen's collection, contains works by the key artists of the Finnish golden era of art. The collection includes works by, for example, Akseli Gallen-Kallela, Elin DanielsonGambogi, Pekka Halonen, Berndt Lindholm and Victor Westerholm.

www.raumantaidemuseo.fi

A city of artists Rauma Art Museum, the professional artists based in the city and associations that actively work with fine arts have created a versatile environment of fine arts. Some of the art associations located in Rauma are for example Rauma Artists' Association, Rauma Printmakers, clay artists' group Keramos, Art Hauenguano, Inspira and RaumArs, which is the Artist in Residence Program of international community art. Many artists welcome guests to their workshops throughout the year. Contact details of art locations and galleries can be found in the Artists' Rauma map brochure.

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Rauma Lace Week July 22–30, 2017 www.pitsiviikko.fi

Rauma is a unique city of lace Lace-making is an old tradition in Rauma. Lace has been made in the city at least since the middle of the 18th century and the era of bendels turned out to be a real heyday of fashion. Lacemakers earned such considerable annual income that the governor decided lacemaking was to be regarded as an industry – after all, Rauma had more lacemakers than any other region in Finland. Today, imagination is the only limit for the various uses of lace in Rauma. This is evident in the lacemaking exhibition at Old Town Hall, the museum shop and the Pits-Priia shop of the local lacemaking association, Nyplääjät ry. A new and enthusiastic lacemaking generation keeps growing at a steady pace.

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Rauma is proud of its lacemaking tradition and ITS OWN DIALECT

The many faces of lace

Rauma Lace Week

Lace is a versatile item and you cannot avoid seeing it and hearing about it. In addition to traditional linen tablecloths, it has served as inspiration for metal jewellery, choreographies, art, installations, visual images and international lacemaking conferences. Above all, lace and lacemaking unite the people of Rauma, who are proud of their tradition.

Rauma Lace Week is a diverse city festival, known for maintaining the lace tradition, the events organised in Old Rauma and its atmosphere that only a historical maritime city can emanate. The festival comprises over a hundred events and occasions, as well as dozens of concerts and performances. The festival has been organised every year since 1971.

Night of Black Lace, July 28, 2017 The nine-day celebration is capped by the anticipated Night of Black Lace, which is when celebration on the city streets lasts through the night. Every nook and cranny is filled with music, street artists, fairs, large crowds and a happy atmosphere. Staying up on the Night of Black Lace is worth it because the event area, stretching across the centre of the city, has surprising events in every street corner.

Rauman giäl – the local dialect The exact origins of the Rauma dialect are not known, but the dialect has been enriched by foreign words introduced by sailors. Cutting off words and rambling are also characteristic to the dialect. The literary giant of Rauma, Frans Hjalmar Nordling, who wrote under the pen name Hj. Nortamo, became known as a bearer of the Rauma dialect and the Rauma-focused ideology of homestead as well as a master of Rauma's way of having fun.

A concise Rauma–Finnish–English dictionary Rauma Finnish English kaffe kahvi coffee peräruak, efterräät jälkiruoka dessert trahtöör ravintola restaurant suvi kesä summer Ol niingon gotonas! Koetahan viihtyä Raumalla! Make yourself at home! Kosk Pitsviikko fiirata? Milloin Pitsiviikkoa vietetään? When will Lace Week take place? Misä on giripuad? Missä on kirjakauppa? Where's the book store? Sans snää mnuu snuuks, snuuks mnääki snuu sano sinunkaupat Let's call each other by our first names

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Open yards and flea markets in Old Rauma July 22-30, 2017

Rauma is a fantastic place for shopping The numerous shopping opportunities, such as the fascinating and unique specialist stores in Old Rauma, invite you to explore their selections of clothes, gifts, interior design, antiques and much more. Old Rauma has more than 100 shops and boutiques, whose offerings are complemented by other shops in the centre of the town. And the best thing is that each location is within walking distance of each other. Opening hours change by season, so it is a good idea to check them before your arrival! See pages 34–35 for a list of shops that sell interior design products, gifts and souvenirs. Do explore the destinations in the Rakastunut Raumaan (In Love with Rauma) network at www.rakastunutraumaan.fi.

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a city filled with enchanting shops

Relaxed market life The Market Square, located in the heart of Old Rauma, is the absolute focal point of the city. The Market Square is open for business from Monday to Saturday throughout the year. The evening events and Sunday flea markets organised at the Market Square in the summer time are popular and loved for their relaxed atmosphere.

High-quality crafts and souvenirs The artists and artisans of Rauma are famous for their skills. Their shops offer large selections of unique and high-quality alternatives for souvenirs. Popular souvenirs include various lace products, such as jewellery, tablecloths and bookmarks.

Tempting flea markets Flea markets are active in Rauma – there are several flea markets that are open all year round. Why not visit all of them and find bargains!

“I appreciate the individual and cosy city centre of Rauma. The service is excellent, and the people are friendly and talkative. In Old Rauma, it's nice and easy to go shopping.”

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Individual factory outlets In and near the centre of Rauma, you can find factory outlets with unique and inexpensive selections of high-quality products. Honey, meat products, linens, filter paper…


An extensive list of cafés, restaurants and accommodation services can be found on pages 32–34.

Delicious food and sweet dreams! Rauma offers plenty to see and experience. Occasionally, it is good to take a refreshing break in an atmospheric café, while watching life in Old Rauma from the terrace. The diverse selection of cafés and restaurants offers something for everyone. There are plenty of things to see and do for several days so it makes sense to stay overnight in Rauma. Accommodation options range from hotels in the heart of the city to campsites and holiday cottages by the sea. A stay in the presence of the unique archipelago scenery makes for unforgettable evenings, sunsets and nights.

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we have plenty to choose from

Unique accommodation options How about staying at the lighthouse hotel by the open sea? At the Kylmäpihlaja Lighthouse Hotel, all the rooms are located in the lighthouse tower – with a sea view, of course. You can also stay overnight in Old Rauma, in the middle of the historic UNESCO World Heritage Site. In Old Rauma, you are in the middle of the city, within walking distance of sights and shops.

Hungry? An extensive list of cafés, restaurants and accommodation services can be found on pages 32–34.

“People from elsewhere praise the good and friendly service they receive in Rauma.”

Conference facilities Rauma offers many traditional settings for meetings but also interesting and different environments. How about meeting in a peaceful location by the sea or in the middle of the rich maritime history of Rauma? Even large meetings turn out well with great acoustics. Alternative meeting locations can be found on page 34.

Local delicacies – lapskoussi and the gingerbread of Rauma Lapskoussi is a traditional dish that travelled to Rauma with sailors. The dish is also known in other European harbour towns. Tender slowcooked meat, root vegetables and spices are the secrets of lapskoussi. Children love lapskoussi, too! Another specialty is the gingerbread of Rauma. This sweet little thing is fantastic with coffee.

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“Children always have fun and a lot to do here.�

Rauma has several fun places for children Rauma is an excellent destination for families with children. There are plenty of attractions where you can just stop by or stay a longer time. Short distances and free parking make getting around a breeze. Rauma offers a diverse range of recreational activities and exercise opportunities. The tourist islands of Kylmäpihlaja, Kuuskajaskari and Reksaari are magnificent nature travel sites for the whole family. Open throughout the year, the Poroholma holiday centre is located in a park-like setting by the sea, yet almost in the centre of the town.

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Rauma is a good place for life and leisure

Joy of water sports The beaches of Rauma coax to relax by the water. Lakes, ponds and of course the salty sea offer several spots for swimming. The best thing is that the nearest beach is right next to the centre of the city. In addition to a pool with lap lanes for exercise, the local swimming centre has a diving pool, a warm water pool with a slide, a pool for children and two whirlpool baths.

www.rauma.fi

Explore the city in a fun way by letting Kake Kaupunkijuna take you around. www.kakekaupunkijuna.fi.

Play in the park! Kippari Park is open yearround, welcoming everyone to engage in self-directed play. In the summer, children have a chance to cycle and use pedal cars in the traffic park. The new, accessible playground at the Kaunisjärvi Park is worth a visit as well. Additionally, there are numerous smaller playgrounds all over Rauma.

“I appreciate the pleasant atmosphere and people of Rauma and of course the fact that Rauma is a safe place to live and move about. Additionally, I appreciate free parking and short distances between places.”

www.rauma.fi

Crafty skills The various crafts classes available at the Taitokeskus craft centre follow changes in seasons and trends. In the summer time, there are various workshops that allow children to create their own Rauma souvenir. Crafty skills are also strongly present at the Rauma Adult Education Centre, whose long-term and versatile operations have received a national quality award.

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The Port of Rauma has a railway network that spans approximately 16 km.

A maritime city in the past, in the present and in the future Without the sea and seafaring, the city of Rauma might never have emerged. Rauma is one of the oldest cities in Finland and, much like many other old towns, Rauma has developed from an easily accessible trading centre by the sea into a modern maritime city. Documents suggest that ships have been built in Rauma for around 500 years – although most likely much longer. Trading and seafaring became the most important industries in Rauma in the course of the 19th century. Today, the Port of Rauma is the leading port for paper transportation in Finland and the largest container port on the western coast. The new and dynamic business parks equipped with excellent logistics connections, Seaside Industry Park and Lakari, support the modern development of the city. www.seasideindustryparkrauma.fi, www.lakariarea.fi 20


Seafaring is an essential part of Rauma

Bothnian Sea National Park The Rauma archipelago is the heart of the Bothnian Sea National Park, established in 2011. The national park runs from Kustavi to Merikarvia. Visit the virtual guide to learn more about the opportunities offered by Bothnian Sea National Park in Rauma and other locations. The guide's stunning 360° panoramic views of the national park area are yours to enjoy.

www.selkameri.fi, www.luontoon.fi/selkameri

Boats carry a special significance for people living on the coast. So much so, that the people of Rauma are not really all that interested in how a person died, but rather, they cannot help asking, “What kind of a boat did they leave behind?”

The golden era of sailing ships

Living off the sea In 1870, sailors and their families constituted 40% of the population of Rauma. Shipbuilders, dockers and people who supplied food to sailing ships also relied on the sea for their livelihood. The training of maritime officers was commenced in Rauma in 1880, and the city still provides education for future seafarers.

The City of Rauma sailing ship fleet was the largest in Finland for several years in the 1890s. During the decades of growth in the sailing ship industry, 1840s–1870s, Rauma was inundated by seafaring.

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Tourist islands have regular boat traffic in the summer.

The people of Rauma genuinely love the maritime life more than life itself Rauma is a genuine sea and archipelago city. The variety of natural environments in the archipelago provides for fascinating experiences. The tourist islands in front of Rauma provide a wide range of accommodation, cafĂŠ, restaurant, conference and sauna services. In the summer, water buses run regularly to the islands. Charter cruises and boat taxi services are also available. Turn to page 35 for more information about service providers. Come and get your own salty fresh holiday experiences at the tourist destinations of the Rauma Sea!

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pearls of maritime tourist destinations

Kylmäpihlaja By the open sea, about 10 kilometres from the shore, there is a lighthouse. The Kylmäpihlaja lighthouse stretches to the heights above rocks shaped by winds and the sea. The view of the open sea from the observation deck and hotel rooms is breathtaking. There is also a restaurant, café, chapel and a sauna in the lighthouse.

www.kylmapihlaja.com

Traffic in the archipelago The tourist islands of Rauma are easily accessible by the water bus routes that are operated by daily schedules in June, July and August. The schedules also allow for overnight stay at the destinations. The routes in Rauma are managed by Rauman Saaristokuljetus.

www.raumansaaristokuljetus.fi

Kuuskajaskari

Reksaari

Poroholma

This fortress and vacation island offers visitors a combination of maritime experiences and the sheltered peacefulness of a wooded island. The Kuuskajaskari trail serves as an introduction to the landscapes and geology of the island. Kuuskajaskari has a café, restaurant and a sauna as well as overnight accommodation opportunities.

The oldest tourist island in Rauma is an excellent nature destination for the entire family in the summer. Its groves and trails invite visitors to explore the diversity of flora and birds on the island. With its area of about 300 hectares, Reksaari offers excellent opportunities for recreation. In addition to a beach and play equipment for children, Reksaari has a café, sauna and overnight accommodation.

This active and lush maritime holiday centre and its camping area are located on the shore of Otanlahti, 2 kilometres from the city centre. Poroholma is a five-star holiday centre, renovated with an eye on the town's maritime traditions and the area's old and valuable buildings. Poroholma is also the home port of three beautiful sailing ships.

www.kuuskajaskari.fi

www.reksaari.fi

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www.poroholma.fi


“My home town is just the right size and beautifully built. The sea is nearby and it is utilised.�

The nature of Rauma is unrivalled Underwater nature and cultural heritage are particularly important for the Bothnian Sea National Park. Boating, cruises, hiking and birdwatching are the best ways to explore the archipelago, an area of culturally and historically significant natural beauty. The national park area in front of Rauma has more than 30 kilometres of marked hiking trails, along which there are old archipelago farms as well as remains of Russian ovens and the world wars. The extensive and fragmented archipelago, which emerged as a result of uplift, is also ideal for canoeing trips.

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the beautiful nature entices outdoors

Take excursions in the fresh sea breeze The best hiking trails in Rauma can be found on the large islands in front of the town: Nurmes and Reksaari. Hiking trails intended for unguided or guided excursions are signposted. The break areas along the trails have shelters, outdoor toilets, campfire sites and wood for burning. The rented huts and their saunas have been renovated utilising the structures of old archipelago farms. A brochure with maps of hiking trails near the Rauma Sea is available.

Fishing

The green is calling

The City of Rauma fishing licence area covers more than 5,000 hectares of water areas. A city licence is not required for reel fishing on the shore in Kylmäpihlaja, Kuuskajaskari and Poroholma.

Rauma Golf is located only 2.5 kilometres from the Market Square. On the Pomppunen golf course, the fairways are located in a diverse forest terrain, with many water hazards. In addition, the course has excellent practice areas.

www.raumagolf.fi

Boating

Bothnian Coast Road

You can also explore Rauma on your own boat via the various routes and channels in order to enjoy the approximately 300 islands. Poroholma has a guest marina for boaters, and Rauma has many service and leisure harbours, whose contact details are on page 35.

The Pohjanlahti national tourist route runs along the shores of the Bothnian Sea National Park, offering an opportunity to explore the valuable cultural heritage. For centuries, it served as an important postal road that winded through the coast of Satakunta, around the Gulf of Bothnia. Brown signs with a picture of a lighthouse guide travellers to the route.

www.rantatie.com

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Fåfänga – recreation and sea views The Fåfänga peninsula, a rapidly developing recreational area, is the location of the Rauma Summer Theatre, beautiful beaches, a wide range of sauna services, the Kiikartorni lookout tower, the renovated Merijakamo service harbour and a restaurant at Fåfänga Pavilion.


Explore the events of the Christmas season at www.rauma.fi/ joulu.

Rauma is a magnificent place also in the winter Winter in Rauma offers theatre, art, concerts and much more – something for all senses. The archipelago provides a perfect natural setting for recreational activities also in the winter. The unique milieu of Old Rauma, together with its events, invite even the busiest of people to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of Christmas. Take a break, taste delicacies and let your mind rest in the idyllic Old Rauma in the middle of Christmas shopping.

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winters are enchanting

Enjoy the great outdoors Skiing, walking, skating – you can reach Reksaari, Nurmes and other islands on ice. Do remember to find out in advance which routes are safe and which areas should be avoided because of thin ice. When walking on ice, remember that the responsibility to be careful belongs to you.

Elves' Night December 8, 2017 www.rakastunutraumaan.fi

Ice skating

Winter swimming

Artificial ice rinks and, weather permitting, natural ice rinks are available for everyone through the winter, free of charge. Do not forget the ice hockey team of Rauma. The blue and yellow colours of Rauman Lukko are seen in the League as well as on many juniors' jerseys. The hottest happening of any wintery night occurs in Äijänsuo ice stadium, when Lukko has a home game.

In Rauma, you can try winter swimming in the sea or a lake. Take a dip in the icy water and then sprint quickly back to the warmth of the sauna. What a wonderful feeling! Public saunas and winter swimming sites are open nearly every day in the winter. Visit www.rauma.fi for more information.

The mayor wishes everyone a peaceful Christmas at noon on Christmas Eve. May your days be merry and bright!

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An extensive event calendar is available at www.rauma.fi

Events in Rauma in 2017 February 4

Stand-Up & Dinner Rauma, www.raumanlukko.fi

May 27

Rauma Rock, www.raumanlukko.fi

August 4-6

Lappi Sauna Festival, www.rauma.fi

August 8-12

Rauma Festivo Music Festival, www.raumanfestivo.fi

June 2 -July 8 “Reinikainen”, Rauma Summer Theatre, August 11-12 Fåfänga, www.raumanteatteri.fi August 18-20 June 22-24 RMJ – Music Festival, www.rmj.fi

Rauma Blues, www.raumablues.com

July 4 - August 3 Evening markets on Tuesdays and Thursdays, www.rakastunutraumaan.fi

August 26

Poroholma Venetian Festival, www.poroholma.fi

September 9

Nurmes Trail running event, www.eraheppu.fi

July 9 - August 6 Sunday flea market at the Market Square, www.rakastunutraumaan.fi

Blue Sea Film Festival, www.blueseafilmfestival.net

September 16-17 Baltic Herring Market of Rauma

July 22-30

Rauma Lace Week, www.pitsiviikko.fi

July 22-30

Open yards and yard sales of Old Rauma

July 28

Night of Black Lace, www.pitsiviikko.fi

September 30 - Building, Decorating and Living Fair, October 1 www.messu.com

July 28-29

Artisan Market of the Lace Week, www.pitsiviikko.fi

November 25

Christmas Opening, www.rakastunutraumaan.fi

August 4

Ice Hockey Lace Tournament, www.raumanlukko.fi

December 8

Elves' Night, www.rakastunutraumaan.fi

These are just some examples of events in Rauma. Subject to change.

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September 23 Mini Hysteria children's event, www.rakastunutraumaan.fi


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Rauma offers events throughout the year

A league city

The Rauma City Theatre offers experiences for theatre lovers throughout the year. The programme includes interesting plays as well as visiting performers: drama, comedy and romance accompanied by good music. Program calendar of the City Theatre: www.raumanteatteri.fi.

www.raumanlukko.fi, www.salba.fi, www.fera.fi Elmeri Elo

To the theatre

Rauma's highly competitive ice hockey and floorball teams play in the winter and women’s Finnish baseball team plays in the summer. You are welcome to enjoy a good match!

Summer theatres offer plenty of shows in the various parts of Rauma. In the summer of 2017, the Fåfänga Summer Theatre will perform “Reinikainen”, based on the TV show which was awarded as the funniest in Finland. The contact details of all Rauma's summer theatres are on page 35 in the brochure and the program calendar is available at www.visitrauma.fi.

Events in the archipelago

A versatile setting

The archipelago of Rauma is also full of nice events. Browse through the event calendar and find your own favourites among the traditional archipelago day, summer theatre, lighthouse day, trail running or unforgettable sailing experiences! The event calendar and the sailing schedule are located at www.visitrauma.fi

The pace of summer in Rauma is set by a string of festivals, bringing various cultural activities to the city. The fantastic August continues the super hot summer. Several festivals in Rauma have long traditions.

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You can also explore Rauma on your mobile device. The following applications are available free of charge (subscription-specific data transfer fees apply): • The Citynomadi route application will take you on a tour of Old Rauma and Sammallahdenmäki (www.citynomadi.com) • MP3 tour of Old Rauma (www.visitrauma.fi) • CITY-OPAS mobile tourist map application (Google Play, App Store, Windows Store)

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Museums and other destinations to explore

Rauma Maritime Museum Kalliokatu 34 +358 2 822 4911 www.rmm.fi

Alfred Kordelin Chapel Kaunisjärvenkatu 4 +358 2 8377 5290 www.rauma.seurakunta.net

Church of the Holy Cross Luostarinkatu 1 +358 2 8377 5300 www.rauma.seurakunta.net

Lookout tower (Kiikartorni) Suvitie 10 +358 2 834 3532 www.rauma.fi/museo

Rauma Art Museum Kuninkaankatu 37 +358 2 822 4346 www.raumantaidemuseo.fi

Best Western Hotel Raumanlinna Valtakatu 5 +358 2 83 221 www.raumanlinna.fi

Kirsti Museum Pohjankatu 3 +358 2 834 3529 www.rauma.fi/museo

Rauma Water Tower (Lookout Tower) Vesitornintie 2 +358 2 822 0550 www.rosmariini.fi

Hotel Cityhovi Nortamonkatu 18 +358 2 8376 9200 www.cityhovi.com

Kodisjoki Church Kodisjoentie 1445, Kodisjoki +358 2 8377 5290 www.rauma.seurakunta.net Kodisjoki Museums Kodisjoentie 1445, Kodisjoki +358 2 834 3532 www.rauma.fi/museo Muina Homestead Museum Muinantie 7, Vasarainen +358 2 534 6056 www.muina.fi Lappi Church Kirkkotie 23, Lappi +358 2 8377 5290 www.rauma.seurakunta.net Lappi Regional Museum and church stables Museotie, Lappi +358 44 387 2136 Marela Museum Kauppakatu 24 +358 2 834 3528 www.rauma.fi/museo Nokka Art Croft Suvitie 10 +358 2 822 4828 www.inspirary.net Ruins of the Church of the Holy Trinity Kalatori Square

Accommodation Hotels Best Western Hotel Kalliohovi Kalliokatu 25 +358 2 83 881 www.kalliohovi.fi

Hotel Cumulus Rauma Aittakarinkatu 9 +358 200 48 133 www.cumulus.fi

Sammallahdenmäki UNESCO World Heritage Site Savulaaksontie 181, Lappi +358 2 834 3512 www.sammallahdenmaki.fi

Hotel Kuntosumppu Karjalankatu 29 +358 2 822 1639 www.kuntosumppu.fi

Ylen Art House Kodisjoentie 1535, Kodisjoki +358 40 511 3203 +358 40 549 8749 www.kodisjoki.fi/ylen

Hotel Linnanpiha Välikatu +358 2 83 221 www.raumanlinna.fi

Tammela Eteläpitkäkatu 17 +358 2 834 4282 www.rauma.fi

Hotel Vanha Rauma Vanhankirkonkatu 26 +358 2 8376 2200 www.hotelvanharauma.fi

Teresia and Rafael Lönnström's Home Museum, Lönnström Art Museum Syväraumankatu 41 +358 45 261 0504 www.lonnstrominmuseot.fi

Other accommodation B & B Haus Anna Satamakatu 7 +358 50 551 1222 www.hausanna.fi

Old Town Hall, museum Kauppakatu 13 +358 2 834 3532 www.rauma.fi/museo

B & B Johanna Lassila Kotirannantie 36, Kodisjoki +358 44 552 2143

Old Rauma UNESCO World Heritage Site +358 2 834 3512 www.vanharauma.fi

Honkajuurentien Majatalo (Inn) Honkajuurentie 1 +358 50 561 7301 www.honkajuurentienmajatalo.net

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Pikkurivi Apartment Hotel (June, July and August) Tullivahe 2 +358 50 462 0303 www.rouvamanner.fi Apartment Hotel Vanha Rauma Kauppakatu 18 +358 500 785 304 www.vanharauma.com Wellness and Experience Centre Helmiranta Puuluntie 388 +358 40 703 5585 www.helmiranta.fi Kiinteistö Oy Riva Varustajanvahe 1 +358 40 565 4120 +358 400 468 558 Kuuskajaskari holiday and fortress island +358 50 313 9160 www.kuuskajaskari.fi Kylmäpihlaja Lighthouse Hotel Kylmäpihlaja lighthouse island +358 45 175 0619 www.kylmapihlaja.com Poroholma holiday centre, campsite and guest marina Poroholmantie 8 +358 2 533 5522 www.poroholma.fi Onnela Sauna and Accommodation Kulmalankatu 6 +358 44 282 2849 www.onnelansauna.fi Sailing Ship Hotel Gerda Poroholmantie 8 +358 2 533 5522 www.poroholma.fi Reksaari +358 40 556 2659 www.reksaari.fi Soukaisten Rustholli Soukaistentie 103, Vasarainen +358 500 591 602 www.soukaistenrustholli.fi


Viipurin Puiston Majatalo (B&B) Karjalankatu 18 +358 44 021 5021 www.majatalovip.fi Wähä-Kesklä Kirkkokatu 5 +358 40 515 4121 www.haapaniemenpidot.net Cottages

Min Yuan – Chinese restaurant Kuninkaankatu 4 +358 2 822 6869 La Bamba Posellinkatu 6 +358 2 822 7756 www.labamba.fi

Everest 8848 - Nepalese restaurant Kuninkaankatu 19 +358 45 668 7373

Saaren-Kierola Cottages +358 400 723 617 www.kodisjoki.fi/ saarenkierola

Osteria da Filippo Kauppakatu 20 +358 44 063 9824 www.osteriafilippo.com

Siikluoma cottage Siikluomantie 15 +358 40 501 2104 www.siikluoma.fi

Pizzeria and café Poroholman Rantatalo Suvitie +358 2 533 5522 www.poroholma.fi

Restaurants

Pizzeria Riviera Hallikatu 6 +358 2 822 8991 www.riviera.fi

Amarillo Rauma Savilankatu 1 +358 2 833 0530 www.amarillo.fi Buena Vista Kanalinranta 5 +358 2 822 7757 www.ravintolabuenavista.com Captain Jack’s (summer restaurant, Galleass Marita) Poroholmantie 8 +358 2 533 5522 www.poroholma.fi Goto Kuninkaankatu 17 +358 2 822 2750 www.ravintolagoto.fi

Café Sali and Sali Lounge Kuninkaankatu 22 +358 10 423 3161 www.cafesali.fi

Mr. Jones Valtakatu 5 +358 2 821 0717 www.mrjones.fi

Poroholma holiday centre, campsite and guest marina Poroholmantie 8 +358 2 533 5522 www.poroholma.fi

Wen Jing – Asian Restaurant Kauppakatu 11 +358 2 533 6801

Café Passion Valtakatu 2 B +358 2 822 8888 www.cafepassion.fi

Café Tassula (family-friendly)

Nortamonkatu 30 +358 44 403 2034 Café Bistro Kauppakatu 3 +358 2 822 8878 Café and Bakery Ohvanainen Merja Syväraumankatu 12 +358 2 824 0363

Puosun Kellari (summer restaurant, Schooner Kathrina) Poroholmatie 8 +358 2 533 5522 www.kathrina.fi

Villa Tallbo Petäjäksentie 178 +358 2 822 0733 www.tallbo-ravintolat.com

Byssa Lunch and Banquet Restaurant Sinkokatu 11 +358 10 229 5229 www.byssa.fi

Cafés and lunch restaurants

Restaurant Kalatori Vanhankirkonkatu 26 +358 2 8376 2200 www.ravintolakalatori.fi

Augustin Juhlatalo (summer restaurant) Poroholmantie 8 +358 2 533 5522 www.poroholma.fi

Lunch café Sininen Tupa Huittistentie 1257, VT 12 Lappi +358 40 520 4995 www.eijapalvelu.fi

Aurinkoterassi Ruormies Bar & Café (summer café) Poroholmantie 8 +358 2 533 5522 www.poroholma.fi

Tullin Kaffe lunch restaurant Kuninkaankatu 50 +358 2 822 7678 www.tullinkaffe.fi

Kapteeninhuone Kalliokatu 25 +358 2 83 881 www.kapteeninhuone.fi

LounasPaana Paananvahe 3 +358 2 821 0091 www.lounaspaana.fi

Café Käpälä Main Library, Alfredinkatu 1 +358 40 172 9535

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Presso Prisma Prisma, Porintie 4 +358 2 833 0330

Pystökaffe Market Square Jaana's Coffee Shop/ +358 50 538 1823 Coffee Shop of Ketunleipä/ +358 40 709 9166

Huviretki Rauma Aittakarinkatu 9 +358 2 8378 2444 www.huviretki.fi

Café-restaurant Torni Vesitornintie 2 +358 2 822 0550 www.rosmariini.fi

Prassen Café and Bakery Posellinkatu 6 +358 44 780 0125 www.prassen.fi

Café-restaurant Satamanportti Hakunintie 28 +358 400 170 168 www.frescoravintolat.fi

Lempi restaurant Karjalankatu 16 +358 44 762 0108 www.klapsakka.fi

Wähä-Tallbo Vanhankirkonkatu 3 +358 2 822 6610 www.tallbo-ravintolat.com

Pinja restaurant Kairakatu 5 +358 2 822 8891 www.klapsakka.fi

Presso Äyhö Äyhönjärventie 1 +358 2 833 0270 www.presso.fi

Pyörni Café and Gift Shop Sahamäentie 1, Lappi +358 40 596 2307 www.pyorni.net

Wanhan Rauman Kellari Anundilankatu 8 +358 2 866 6700 www.wrk.fi

Pieni Pullapuoti Café Kauppakatu 11 +358 40 680 8819 www.pekanparhaat.fi

Café-bakery Ketunleipä Isokatu 21 +358 40 709 9166 www.ketunleipa.fi

Kontio patisserie Old Rauma Café Kuninkaankatu 9 +358 2 822 1758 Bakery café Karjalankatu 3 +358 2 822 1422 www.kontion.fi

Ristorante montesilvano Kuninkaankatu 6 +358 50 327 2885

Lunch restaurant Foster’s Kivikylän Areena Nortamonkatu 23 +358 40 515 1063 www.raumanlukko.fi

Suvitien Merijakamo Suvitie 14 +358 40 563 3432 www.merijakamo.fi Ankkuri Theatre Restaurant Alfredinkatu 2 +358 44 099 6799 www.frescoravintolat.fi The 29 Tea Bar Kauppakatu 17 +358 400 285 321 www.the29.fi Wanhan Rauman Kaffebar Kuninkaankatu 27 +358 44 982 1225 www.kaffebar.fi Wanha Suvituuli Nortamonkatu 10 +358 2 823 5870 www.wanhasuvituuli.fi Öysti Café and Kiosk Market Square +358 2 822 0368 Nightclubs Domino Nightclub Valtakatu 5 +358 2 821 0717 www.dominorauma.fi Kulttuurikuppila Brummi Karjalankatu 15 +358 50 321 1431 www.brummi.fi


Mode Nightclub Valtakatu 15 +358 2 823 5950 Old Copper’s Valtakatu 7 +358 40 507 3093 Rauman Wanha Krouvi Välikatu +358 45 645 7370 Restaurant Kallio Kalliokatu 25 +358 50 379 3551 Putka and Sinisoihtu Restaurant Aittakarinkatu 14 +358 2 823 5950 www.ravintolaputka.fi Street Bar Valtakatu 4 +358 44 080 0010 www.streetbar.fi

Kiviranta Kivirannantie 133 +358 40 516 1206 www.frescoravintolat.fi Meeting and party premises Etappi *22* Satamakatu 22 +358 40 516 1206 www.frescoravintolat.fi

Rauma Hall Satamakatu 26 +358 2 834 5000 www.rauma.fi

Augusti's pavilion Poroholmantie 8 +358 2 533 5522 www.poroholma.fi Best Western Hotel Kalliohovi Kalliokatu 25 +358 10 229 5210 www.hovisales.fi Blomqvist Tavern Poroholmantie 8 +358 50 560 9076 www.poroholma.fi Hotel Cumulus Rauma Aittakarinkatu 9 +358 200 48 133 www.cumulus.fi Wellness and Experience Centre Helmiranta Puuluntie 388 +358 40 703 5585 www.helmiranta.fi Party and meeting premises Fåfänga Pavilion Suvitie 4 +358 40 563 3432 www.ffpaviljonki.fi Ooperi Banquet and Sports House Vanha Turuntie 56 +358 2 533 4685 www.ooperi.fi Torni Restaurant and Café Vesitornintie 2 +358 2 822 0550 www.rosmariini.fi

Sisustus Idea (interior design) Kuninkaankatu 15 +358 400 532 393 www.sisustusidea.fi

Koti-Vakka Kauppakatu 9 +358 2 822 7520 www.koti-vakka.fi

Byssa Lunch and Banquet Restaurant Technology House Sytytin Sinkokatu 11 +358 10 229 5229 www.byssa.fi

Banquet facilities, party and meeting premises

Interior decoration and gift shops

Hauenguano Antique Shop Kuninkaankatu 52 +358 50 567 6866 www.hauenguanonantiikki.fi

Poselli Culture House Nortamonkatu 12 +358 2 834 5000 www.rauma.fi

Rauma Maritime Museum Kalliokatu 34 +358 2 822 4911 www.rmm.fi

Rauman Posliini- ja Lahjapuoti / Puuhaputiikki (porcelain items) Kauppakatu 19 +358 2 822 2039 www.puuhaputiikki.fi

Annen Astiakauppa (dishes) Isoraastuvankatu 8 +358 2 822 0264 www.annenastiakauppa.fi

Kullanperä Elementary School Kaentie 201, Lappi +358 40 520 4995 www.eijapalvelu.fi

Toripöllö Kauppakatu 16 +358 2 822 1201

Pits-Priia Kauppakatu 29 +358 2 822 0087 +358 44 282 2859 www.nyplaajat.net

Pyörni Café and Gift Shop Sahamäentie 1, Lappi +358 40 596 2307 www.pyorni.net Lasiapu (glass items) Kuninkaankatu 40 +358 2 822 6668 www.lasiapu.fi Mamma Roosa (dishes, textiles) Junamiehenkatu 10 C +358 40 554 4697 www.mammaroosa.fi

Siikluoma cottage Siikluomantie 15 +358 40 501 2104 www.siikluoma.fi

Mantin Maailma (textiles) Kuninkaankatu 30 +358 50 400 3755 www.mantinmaailma.fi

Aarnkari Banquet Restaurant Aarnkari 1 +358 44 237 2297 www.aarnkari.fi

OnnenTyttö Kuninkaankatu 14 +358 40 410 2543

Juhlahovi Banquet Restaurant Tikkalantie 7 +358 10 229 5210 www.hovisales.fi

Pentik (interior design) Kuninkaankatu 18 +358 20 722 0396 www.pentik.fi

Villa Tallbo Petäjäksentie 178 +358 2 822 0733 www.tallbo-ravintolat.com

Little Shoemaker's General Store Kuninkaankatu 7 (courtyard) +358 40 776 2288 www.pikkusuutari.fi

Äijänsuo Arena Services Nortamonkatu 23 +358 40 481 8434 www.raumanlukko.fi

Purkki Aitta (containers) Santtahkontie 1 +358 45 139 6960 Rauman Antiikkikellari (antiques) Kalliokatu 16 +358 44 059 9509

Shopping Rauma lace Kajava Gift and Handicraft Shop Kuninkaankatu 28 +358 2 822 5437 www.kajavarauma.fi Museum store Kistupuad Old Town Hall Kauppakatu 13 +358 2 834 3532 www.rauma.fi/museo

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Kodinonni Interior Design Shop Kauppakatu 17 +358 2 822 1030 www.kodinonni.net Wanhan Rauman Putiikki TaruLiina Kuninkaankatu 17 +358 40 774 2642 www.taruliina.fi Valtava Kääpiö (gift shop) Hakunintie 10 +358 44 780 0087 www.kirppisretriika.com/ valtava-kaapio Factory outlets Eskimo Finland Eurajoentie 10, Lappi +358 2 838 7271 www.eskimofinland.fi Pail and barrel factory Sorkantie 2 +358 2 822 1150 www.tynnyri.net Kivikylän Kotipalvaamo (meat products) Savulaaksontie 121, Lappi +358 2 826 0905 www.kivikylan.fi Polar Honey Finland Lappi-Tupa, Sahamäentie 26, Lappi +358 50 311 0780 www.lappi-hunaja.fi Vormu (bedding) Niittaajantie 7, Sampaanala industrial area +358 2 824 0100 www.vormu.fi Flea markets Flea market Retriika Hakunintie 10 +358 44 780 0087 www.kirppisretriika.com

Rauman Höyhensaari (interior design) Kauppakatu 5 +358 2 822 6624 www.hoyhensaari.fi

Flea market and café Radanvarsi Hakunintie 6 +358 2 825 8234

Rauma Market Square Market days: Mon-Sat evening markets and Sunday flea markets in July

Flea market MiMi's reused goods Papinhaankatu 1 +358 44 970 6969


Flea market Lokki Satamakatu 2 and 4 +358 50 592 1135 www.raumantyottomat.com Children's flea market Neppari Nortamonkatu 1 +358 44 525 7466 www.nepparikirppis.fi Shop and Old Things Lower shop: Karjalankatu 15 Upper shop: Valtakatu 10 +358 2 822 8591 www.rauma.punainenristi.fi Torin Kymppi Myllymäenkatu 3 +358 2 821 0070 www.torinkymppi.fi

Other specialty shops Design House Hellapuu Isokirkkokatu 7 +358 44 777 0124 www.hellapuu.fi Goldsmith Laiho (Lace jewellery of Rauma) Kuninkaankatu 12 +358 2 822 1211 www.kultaseppalaiho.fi Bakery Ketunleipä Isokatu 21 +358 40 709 9166 www.ketunleipa.fi Rauman Tehopakkaus (packaging) Kairakatu 7 +358 2 823 0945 www.tehopakkaus.fi Food Boutique Lumo Kuninkaankatu 26 +358 50 366 6674 www.ruokapuotilumo.fi Sissos (camping and outdoor items) Metallitie 3 +358 2 822 8282 www.sissos.fi Tmi Tuula Heininen Specialty silk flowers Telkkätie 9 B +358 2 823 4910

More specialty shops: www.rakastunutraumaan.fi

Mysteeri, Eija Suneli, artist Kuninkaankatu 6 (courtyard) +358 40 068 6936 Lace Artist Tarmo Thorström Eteläpitkäkatu 6 +358 44 321 9139 www.thorstrom.com

Artists Art & Design Salme Kauppi Kuninkaankatu 40 +358 40 504 6609 www.salmekauppi.fi

Maritime services Boat taxi services and sailing trips Blue Camp +358 40 556 2659 www.bluecamp.fi CharteRauma CR +358 400 270 050

Theatres and summer theatres

Atelier Eila Minkkinen Vanhankirkonkatu 20 +358 50 572 0916 www.dlc.fi/~eilamink

Cinema Iso-Hannu Savilankatu 4 +358 50 555 6644 www.isohannu.fi

Atelier Hulda Komppi 14 +358 50 441 6168

Kuuskajaskari summer theatre Kuuskajaskari fortress island +358 50 313 9160 www.kuuskajaskari.fi

Atelier Kerttu Horila Länsikatu 7 +358 500 994 686 www.kerttuhorila.com Atelier Mika Honkanen Isoraastuvankatu 7 +358 40 753 0774 www.taiteilijahonkanen.com

Patolampi Theatre Tarhakuja 5, Lappi +358 40 839 1084 www.patolampiteatteri.fi

Kempas Gallery Ylinenkatu 6 +358 500 325 309 www.kempas.fi

Rauman Iltanäyttelijät Theatre Kuperkeikka Kalatori 1 +358 50 540 9880 www.iltanayttelijat.fi

Heikklä art yard Itäkatu 4 – Art Maija Kantanen, +358 40 530 5103 – Gallery Keinutuoli, Anu Sukanen, +358 50 339 5169 – Artist Tommi-Wihtori Roström, +358 41 701 6202 – Arts and crafts Pirkko Lehtinen, +358 40 508 2035 – Rauma Printmakers, +358 44 022 6204

Rauma City Theatre Alfredinkatu 2 +358 2 8376 9900 www.raumanteatteri.fi Rauma Summer Theatre Suvitie 3, Fåfänga +358 2 8376 9900/ticket sales +358 44 776 9903/2h prior to the show www.raumanteatteri.fi

Caricatures Gallery Isokirkkokatu 7 +358 400 498 926 www.teuvosalminen.com

Experience services Blue Camp +358 40 556 2659 www.bluecamp.fi

Ceramic artist Kirsi Backman Kuninkaankatu 21 +358 50 549 4663 www.kirsibackman.net

Eräheppu +358 50 408 9061 www.eraheppu.fi

Keramos Isokirkkokatu 1 +358 44 272 9662 www.keramos.fi

Erä-Kutsu +358 44 526 5031 www.era-kutsu.com

Eräheppu +358 50 408 9061 www.eraheppu.fi Erä-Kutsu +358 44 526 5031 www.era-kutsu.com Schooner Kathrina +358 40 779 1391 www.kathrina.fi Rauman Länsituuli +358 50 558 7630 Rauman Saaristokuljetus +358 50 349 8104/tickets +358 400 775 875/charter cruises www.raumansaaristokuljetus.fi RSP-Charter +358 45 129 6111 www.rsp-charter.fi

Marinas Kuuskajaskari leisure harbour +358 50 313 9160 www.kuuskajaskari.fi Kylmäpihlaja leisure harbour +358 45 175 0619 www.kylmapihlaja.com Petäjäs service harbour +358 2 824 1041 www.petajaksentelakka.fi Poroholma marina +358 2 533 5522 www.poroholma.fi Reksaari leisure harbour +358 40 556 2659 www.bluecamp.fi Syväraumanlahti service harbour Suvitien Merijakamo +358 40 563 3432 www.merijakamo.fi

“People in Rauma are warm and friendly. The atmosphere is pleasant and relaxed. People treat you nicely everywhere: in shops, municipal offices and health-care centres. Someone living in Turku suspected that the friendliest people in western Finland live in Rauma.”

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