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Helsinki Card
"The Helsinki Card comes with a complete guidebook of all the included attractions and excellent maps of the city. With you free travel on public transport (trams metro buses train boats to the islands) as well as free entrance to all major sights and museums the Helsinki card is a great way to explore the city. You will be well equipped to get the most out of your stay in the city. The Helsinki Card also offers great value discounts such as 30% discount on the Finnair airport bus discounts on tours out of town
From EUR44.00
SEA LIFE Helsinki Entrance Ticket
"Come and see SEA LIFE Helsinki aquarium located near Helsinki city center. With the ticket you get an entrance to the center and get to explore the SEA LIFE at your own pace. Get to know the lovely creatures that live here such as a Zebra shark Sweetie sea bass Mikko and many others! To add an interesting extra value to your visit you can purchase a guided tour (to be purchased in advance sold separately) or Behind-the-Scenes -tour (to be purchased on site). Throughout the day you can also participate on exciting fish feedings and special activities aimed for kids. The feedings happen every hour and it's highly recommended for the"""Dive into underwater adventure at SEA LIFE Helsinki! Your basic entrance ticket includes the entrance to the centre
From EUR15.00
SEA LIFE Helsinki Super Ticket Including Free Guidebook and Behind-the-Scenes Tour
"With the Super Ticket to SEA LIFE Helsinki you get more out of your visit! By purchasing Super Ticket you have following items included in your ticket: SEA LIFE entry a guidebook Behind-the-Scenes Tour in English and a discount voucher to be used in the Shop. The guidebook will help you get to know SEA LIFE Helsinki and the fascinating creatures living there. By participating in the Behind-the-Scenes tour you will get to see what's happening on the background: Where is the food kept that is served to the creatures? Where do the SEA LIFE staff take care of the animals? Furthermore you will have a chance to ask questions from the centre's professional staff - they are more than happy to help you with all your questions! Don't forget the souvenirs! By purchasing the Super Ticket you receive a discount coupon which you can use in the on-site souvenir shop - a perfect way to end your visit!"
From EUR21.00

Pub Tram Tips (10)

Tram route 3T has changed to 2!

Tram 2 (used to be 3T) is one of the best ways to explore Helsinki with public transportaion. With this tram you can find many attractions from the "must visit in Helsinki list". Of course we can ask, what means "visit", but if you buy day/2day/3day card, you can just jump out in any stop and visit one of those places.

Warning. Most of the reviews tell that 3T is the route, but it's now 2.

According to Bobby Troup:

"If you ever plan to motor Helsinki, travel my way, take the tram route 2 that is best."

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May 27, 2014

World's best trams!

Helsinki is known for the city's typical green trams! They are lovely. They fill up the streets and the sound of a tram in Helsinki is irreplaceable. There are about 13 tram lines in Helsinki. The stops are many, and it makes it very comfortable and smooth to travel with them.
Right now one is building about 40 (or more) brand new trams. They will be done within the next few years. I look forward to see how the look, and try them.
If you are in Helsinki, I definitely recommend the trams (as well as the metro) to transportation, or just for fun and sightseen. Good luck and have fun!

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Oct 20, 2013

Trams are a cheap and easy way to get around

When in Helsinki, it won't take long to notice the vast track system that runs throughout the streets or to notice the big green boxes rolling along them. These are the trams and they are an excellent way to get around the city.

There are a number of different trams, all running different routes, so just find the one that's going to your destination and hop on.

If you've just gotten into the city, it'd be worth it to jump on the 3B or 3T - these both run in a circle around the most popular spots in town, so it's like a mini-tour for only the cost of one tram ride. Take note of where everything is so that you can either ride back to those spots later, or (since the town is small enough) probably walk back to them too.

Cost was 2.70 Euros for a ride, but I believe you can get a "day pass" for only slightly more to ride the tram as much as you want during a day. Not sure how much that costs though as I only rode the tram once (to take the 3T route around the city and back to my starting point).

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May 02, 2012


The 3T tram runs in a figure of eight around some of the top tourist sights of Helsinki.
We had purchased the Stockholm card, and used this on the Tram.
As it happened, we did sit on the right hand side of the Tram, which is recommended for checking tram stops and sites you are passing more easily.
Single tickets can be purchased from a ticket machine or from the Driver.

We thought it a cheap, excellent way to see the sights that were a little out of walking distance.
The 3T tram route starts and finishes on the corner of Kauppatori, the market square on the sea front and lasts about one hour without hopping off!

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Feb 20, 2012
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Bar Tram

The SpåraKOFF is a bright red tram converted into a pub on wheels. The tram is number 175 and a beer company Koff sponsors it. It operates only during the summer months. The fare is 7 € and it includes one beer. It is the only tram that has a toilet.

You can find a timetable in English and a route map from the website.

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Aug 01, 2005

Tram Tourism

This seems to be pretty unique to Helsinki, I don't know if it exists in other cities. Their trams are clean, green, quiet and are a tourist attraction. The 3T line goes around the city in a big circle, and there are pamphlets in many languages explaining what you see at every stop along the way. So for the tram fare, you get a little self-guided tour.

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Nov 10, 2004


Transportation in Helsinki is very reliable. Its cheap and on time. But only taxis are quite expensive. The schedule of the trams can be obtained from the stop itself and it's very frequent. Tickets are available at Kioski (similar to 7-Eleven) You can buy tickets that valid for a day or a week and so forth. Just ask the sales person what kind of ticket available. The Finns are quite helpful.

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Jul 28, 2004

This is unique way to see...

This is unique way to see Helsinki. Take a PUB TRAM. The stop where you can step in is next to Railwaystation. The ride will take about 40 min and cost 7 euros from adult. In Pub tram you can take a pint of beer or cider and admire the scenery of Helsinki. Tram makes pretty long journey and you will see all the importants sights. This tram is used only summertime! The atmosphere in a tram is great.

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Sep 12, 2002

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City tour

Tram line number 3B (or T in reverse) will take you around town to see different parts of it. A cheap and fun way to get around and spen an hour!

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Apr 07, 2008

PUB tram! What a ride!!!!...

PUB tram! What a ride!!!! Could it be better? You can sit down, relax with a beer or two and see the whole city!
A really fantastic idea!

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Sep 07, 2002

Things to Do Near Helsinki

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Kauppatori (Market Square & Market Hall)

The old covered market of Helsinki, known as Vanha kauppahalli (Old Market Hall) is located by the harbour just south of the Esplanade. It was built in 1889 by the architect Gustaf Nyström. It...
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Finland's largest collection of art is housed at this museum, known as the Ateneum. It was designed in 1887 by the architect Theodor Höijer who decorated the façade with busts of famous Classical...
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Finlandia Talo Huset Hall

Finnish people always seemed to be very proud of Finlandia Hall. I never found it all that attractive to look at, but that's because I prefer old buildings. However, I did attend several concerts...
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Suomen Kansallismuseo (The National Museum of Finland.)

The National Museum of finland presents Finnish history from the Stone Age to the present day, through objects and cultural history. The permanent exhibitions of the National Museum are divided into...
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Helsingin Tuomiokirkko (Helsinki Cathedral)

Helsinki is famed for its architects, but it was a German, Carl Ludvig Engel, who laid out Senate Square and designed the Lutheran Cathedral. After a fire destroyed most of Helsinki during its...
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Temppeliaukio (Rock) Church

The Temppeliaukio Kirkko was designed by architect brothers Timo and Tuomo Suomalainen. Construction began in 1968 and was finished a year later in 1969. The architects chose a rocky outcrop rising...
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