Admirers of bearded revolutionaries won’t want to miss this small museum in the Workers’ Hall where Lenin and Stalin first met in 1905....
The beautiful Aleksanterin Kirkko has red brick and green spires and was named for the Tsar Alexander II.
Tampere’s industrial era began with Scot James Finlayson, who established a cotton mill by the Tammerkoski in the 1820s. Later it grew...
On the main street, this is a good place with excellent microbrewery beer and cider. There’s a relaxing, candlelit interior, heated...
This intriguing indoor market is one of Finland’s best, with picturesque wooden stalls serving a dazzling array of wonderful meat,...
Kauppakatu 10 · interesting places nearby
Set in the brick vaulted cellar of a Jugendstil (art nouveau) building, Tiiliholvi is into its fifth decade. It’s still old-fashioned in feel, but the food isn’t, and there are some excellent flavour combinations, along with beautiful presentation and personal explanations by the chef if the restaurant's not too busy.