Shows how industrial workers lived in the early 20th century.
One of Kallio’s dark drinking dens, this is frequented by both men and women. The front terrace is a prime streetside spot.
A real change from all the designer places in central Helsinki, this simple Kallio eatery serves cheap, tasty authentic home cooking,...
Harjutorinkatu 1 · interesting places nearby
Kotiharjun Sauna information
This traditional public wood-fired sauna in Kallio dates back to 1928. This type of place largely disappeared with the advent of shared saunas in apartment buildings, but it’s a classic experience, where you can also get a scrub down and massage. There are separate saunas for men and women; bring your own towel or rent one (€3). It’s a short stroll from Sörnäinen metro station. Closes Sundays June to mid-August.