Lahti Tourist Traps

  • Only for jumpers
    Only for jumpers
    by sabsi
  • Tourist Traps
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  • Even here, it might get too hot sometimes.
    Even here, it might get too hot...
    by Gili_S

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  • Read signs carefully!

    by sabsi Updated Mar 22, 2005

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    Only for jumpers

    But I couldn't resist going here because the sign says "Jumpers only". I didn't really know where I'd end up and I was back behind the sign quite quickly as soon as I saw that this was the exit out onto the jump!!!! Plus there was a dead pigeon lying next to me which wasn't exactly a beautiful sight!

    Unique Suggestions: Take a quick picture as we did ;)

    Fun Alternatives: There is an official lookout area with ceilings and everything from where you get scary views which are a bit less scary than the one behind this spot!

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    At the ski centre they will rip you off...

    by Gili_S Updated Jul 5, 2003
    Even here, it might get too hot sometimes.

    The cafeteria is small and too crowded to serve all the hungry cold spectators. Also they will rip you off with the prices.

    Unique Suggestions: Take with you food & drinks, fruits and sandwiches to the competition. You do not want to pay over priced and queue all day long for coffee or something.

    Related to:
    • Skiing and Boarding

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    The Sibelius Hall with a sound...

    by qbi Written Aug 25, 2002

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    The Sibelius Hall with a sound like an instrument
    Some people say a wooden building can never have decent acoustics. One place that has been proving them wrong since it opened in spring 2000 is the Lahti Symphony's home, Sibelius Hall. As far as we know, it is the only completely wooden concert hall in the world. Immediately after the first performance there, the critics praised it as the best in Finland and after the acoustics had been fine-tuned in the course of last year, Sibelius Hall was being talked of in Finland and elsewhere as one of Europe's finest concert halls.

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    City of Culture, Sports and...

    by qbi Written Aug 25, 2002

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    City of Culture, Sports and Events

    Lahti Symphony Orchestra has become internationally famous for its interpretations of Sibelius music. Sibelius Hall, the new wooden congress and concert centre by the lake shore opened in March 2000.

    Lahti City Theatre has specialized in music drama. Anna Karenina, a grand musical based on Leo Tolstoy's masterpiece, had world premiére in September 2000.

    The Radio and TV Museum, Skiing Museum and Poster Museum are some of the numerous museums in Lahti. Lahti as A Radio City.

    Many regular culture events take place in the Lahti region, for example the Lahti Jazz Festival, Lahti International Organ Festival, Lahti International Writers Reunion, Poster Exhibition and the Pyhäniemi Summer Art Exhibition.

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    Sibelius Hall: Congress and...

    by qbi Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Sibelius Hall: Congress and concert centre, the biggest wooden building constructed in Finland for over hundred years.

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