Finnish cities are traditionally centred around their market square; Helsinki's sits right by the passenger harbour in the old part of...
Helsinki’s oldest brick building dating from 1757 is furnished to suit a wealthy 18th-century merchant.
As well as the kesäkino (summer cinema) in the courtyard of Café Engel, in the warmer months, this independent theatre shows art-house...
This heavenly spot in the Senaatintori hums with tourists and university students alike. There’s always a good selection of cakes and...
Lonely Planet review
Famous market that’s on the waterfront and often busy with tour groups; fishmongers still sell from boats moored at the quay, with local handicrafts and souvenirs at (sometimes) inflated prices.