Free Walking Tour in Helsinki
Helsinki Free Tour
Visit 19th and 20th century parts of the city
About the Helsinki Free Tour
This introductory walking tour covers the basics of Helsinki and Finland at a relatively quick pace and answers many of the questions you might have about Helsinki and Finland. When did Finland become independent? Is the Finnish language really so hard? Is the sauna culture really so important? Why is Finland so happy? Why is there a Russian Orthadox cathedral? Why are the street signs in two languages?
This tour takes place in the 19th and 20th century parts of the city around the Senate Square, Market Square, Esplanadi the Central Railway Station and ends near the Oodi library.
Free Tour concept
The tips-based model of the Free Tour allows guests to support and reward only the highest quality tours, and to ensure that the tour fits within their expectations, and within their budget.
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From Alexander II Statue in the Senate Square
Inclusions & Exclusions
What's not included
The starting point is the Statue of Alexander II in the middle of the Senate Square. 60°10’10.3”N 24°57’08.1”E.
The guide will be carrying a pink umbrella at the start point.
This walking tour is around 2 hours long and is entirely on foot.
Weather conditions can vary a lot in Helsinki, check the weather and please dress accordingly!
This tour takes place in areas with cobbled streets which can make mobility difficult. Please
contact us regarding the accessibility of the tour.