In this country, trout is found in rivers, and lingonberries grow in the forest. It is convenient to shop here with your bags full. It's nice to walk through the fortresses or go to a real Finnish sauna.
Senate Square, in the center of which there is a monument to Alexander II. He came to Finland many times, mainly to hunt bears. The square now houses souvenir shops and restaurants, which used to be mansions built in the 18th century.
Market Square. Market displays are littered with fruits, berries and fish, with trout and salmon available for tasting before shopping. On weekdays, the square is not as crowded as on weekends, just heaven and earth. And the most important thing is that the majority of the population is local.
Assumption Cathedral. It was erected in the 19th century. It is located in Helsinki, in the very center of the city. There are lilac hills around the cathedral. It looks very nice. It is decorated with crosses and is now the country's church.
Esplanade. A park with green areas where you can sit with friends, organize a picnic, play the guitar. There are also many boutiques and shops in the area where you can shop or just buy souvenirs. During the warmer months, you can get the services of local massage therapists.
Tower of the Olympic Stadium. The huge tower was built for the 1952 Summer Olympics. From the height of this building, you can see the entire city, with all its attractions. The top of the tower can be reached using the elevator.