Tikkurila Travel Guide

  • Wintery scene at Kerava river
    Wintery scene at Kerava river
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  • The Curch of St. Lawrence
    The Curch of St. Lawrence
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  • Wintery scene
    Wintery scene
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    Freezing cold

    by Zirpsis Updated Jul 22, 2015

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    This poor girl seems to be suffering from severe cold in this marvelous winter wonderland! It's not always we have this much snow over here. You can find this statue at Tikkurila in the Kerava river side park, on the north bank.

    Statue at Tikkurila
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    Walk by the river side

    by Zirpsis Updated Jul 22, 2015

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    The river Kerava runs across Tikkurila village and looks rather nice in all the four seasons we have in Finland but it's especially gorgeous in the autumn colours. There are some nice foot paths on both sides of the river inviting people to take a stroll.

    River Kerava at Tikkurila Winter day by the river
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    Finnish science center Heureka

    by Zirpsis Updated Jul 22, 2015

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    This is an interesting place for the whole family to visit. Several permanent science displays and changing exhibitions, 2 temporary exhibition areas & a park, plus a digital planetarium. It is open around the year and it operates fully in three languages: Finnish, Swedish and English
    Note also restaurant & cafe and lots of car parking space

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Tikkurila Nightlife

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    Tulisuudelma: Dancing and dining

    by Zirpsis Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The most popular restaurants in the area. Karaoke bar, dining and dancing in several floors with different types of music to suit different tastes. In the basement, there is a dicso (my fav) but you might find it more interesting to see some Finnish "ball room dancing" in the upper floors. Live music and shows every week, their list of events can be accessed through the link provided. Sorry, it's in Finnish.

    Dress Code: Smart casual

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