Helsinki has several city beaches and this is the best. It’s a likeable stretch of sand just west of the city centre, and ideal in...
The largest collection of classic European paintings in Finland is in this former brewery. The main collection is Italian, Flemish and...
This metal club virtually has an all-black dress code to hear the rockingest tunes and often metal karaoke, featuring super-serious...
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Tallberginkatu · interesting places nearby
This sprawling site once manufactured sea cable and later became Nokia’s main factory until the 1980s. It’s now a cultural complex with design studios, galleries, expositions and regular music, theatre and dance performances. There’s also a photography museum, theatre museum and a hotel-and-restaurant museum. Tram 8 stops here, or take the metro to Ruoholahti and walk five minutes.