Shows how industrial workers lived in the early 20th century.
Sea Life is an an aquarium complex with walk-through tunnels that let you spot sharks, rays octopuses and myriad fish up close.
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,...
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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.