I often think that there are no old buildings in Lahti but I know there are some like this pretty one near the town hall. Like everywhere else you need to look up from time to time!
This church is the last work of Finnish star architect and designer Alvar Aalto. I think he had a bad day when he designed it, though. To me it's just a boring ugly 70s style church.
Open in summer Mon-Sat 7-18, in winter 7-16. Big market on the first Wednesday of each month.
Cross country skiing and if you dare, try also the ski jump.
The heights are 70, 90 & 115 metres but there are also smaller hills of 20-40 metres, you can join the 6 years old for those...
In a nice weather you can go and see the boats in the lake.
Did you know that In Finland there is almost 200 000 lakes!!! We sure like to swim ;)
Don´t remain in the city center. Look at this! It really is beautiful, for example this view is from Lake Vesijärvi (in English:Lake Waterlake). :)
I think this is the main concert hall in Lahti. Althought there is another hall called Concertintalo(?) this seems to be the main joint! Passed by many times but never bothered to go in.
This seems to be one of the main churches in Lahti, i think it is Lutheran...
This overlooks Aleksanterinkatu and basically faces city hall which is on another hill opposite.
the local fuzz!!!
Most of the cops should, but not all of them do actually speak english, just in case u need them!!
On one of my Lahti meanderings I decided to snap this building not knowing what it is...its a school.....hoorah!