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Half-Day Helsinki City Sightseeing Tour by Minivan
"Start this 3-hour sightseeing tour of the Finnish capital with a pick-up from your hotel at your chosen time. Continue along the coastal road passing the beautiful Uspenski Cathedral – the biggest Orthodox cathedral in Northern Europe - and the Icebre which is the main street through the city where you can see the Parliament House the National Museum and Finlandia Hall. You will also pass the Helsinki Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma designed by the American architect Steven Hall. Continue to the Olympic Stadium venue for the 1952 Olympic Games and the new Opera house which was completed in 1993. The car will then take you to the Sibelius Park where you can photograph the monument built to honour Finland’s most famous composer
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Private Helsinki Walking Tour
"Start this 2-25-hour sightseeing tour of the Finnish capital at your chosen time front of the City Hall.Continue along the coastal road passing the beautiful Uspenski Cathedral – the biggest Orthodox cathedral in Northern Europe - and the photo stop at Senate S which is the main street through the city where you can see the Parliament House the National Museum and Finlandia Hall. You will also pass the Helsinki Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma designed by the American architect Steven Hall. At the end you will make a stop to visit the quirky Temppeliaukio Church (also known as the Rock Church)
From EUR300.00
 
Private Half-Day Helsinki City Sightseeing Tour by Minivan
"Start this private 3-hour sightseeing tour of the Finnish capital with a pick-up from your hotel at your chosen time. Continue along the coastal road passing the beautiful Uspenski Cathedral – the biggest Orthodox cathedral in Northern Europe - and th which is the main street through the city where you can see the Parliament House the National Museum and Finlandia Hall. You will also pass the Helsinki Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma designed by the American architect Steven Hall. Continue to the Olympic Stadium venue for the 1952 Olympic Games and the new Opera house which was completed in 1993. The car will then take you to the Sibelius Park where you can photograph the monument built to honour Finland’s most famous composer
From EUR750.00

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Salud

This spanish-style restaurant has always been and still is the place to eat when I'm in Tampere. ................. To have a glimpse at their fantastic menu check Salud : www.bodega-salud.fi/english
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Harald

My favorite restaurant in Tampere! Waitresses are dressed in Viking style, glasses weigh a lot, plates are far from ordinary... names for the portions are funny :) Here you can eat even pheasant,...
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Tillikka

After looking around quite a while for a good place to eat we found this restaurant. The food is nothing really fancy, but typical for Finland. The service was friendly and the prices modest. We ate...
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Plevna - Brevery and pub & Restaurant

So many of you have told about beers and sausages,that I must tell you,that they also have some other good treats!I simply love their garlic-stake.I found myself allways ordering it.. You can also...
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Ristorante Napoli

Ristorante Napoli on Aleksanterinkatu is a small italian restaurant with a nice atmosphere. The prices are cheap, especially during lunch hours and the portions are HUGE! There are 100 pizza options...
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Pancho Villa

There are four Pancho Villa restaurants in Tampere and two of them are situated on the main street Hämeenkatu. On my previous trip to Tampere I had a lunch at Hämeenkatu 23, which in on the street...
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Katupoika

EDIT! IT´S CLOSED AFTER TENS OF YEARS. wE WEREN´T THE ONLY ONES TO THINK THE NEW OWNERS DIDN´T DO IT RIGHT, AND THEY HAD TO SHUT IT DOWN. This used to be one of our favourites.Now they have a new...
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Vohvelikahvila

They have a good selection of waffels,sweet or salty.You can eat them with ice-cream,or whipped cream-with jam or chokolate-sauce,or with smoken salomon or mushrooms,ghevre or taco-flavoured minced...
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Näsinneula

The rotating restaurant is in the Näsinneula Observation Tower at the height of 124 meters. From there you see a very wonderful panorama over the city, many lakes, forests and ridges dating back to...
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Amurin Helmi

We had lunch here and it was great. Since it was Thurday we hat peasoup with meat (seems to be tradition in Finland). After that a nice coffee and something sweet. Prices were modest and the amuri...
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Golden Unicorn

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Pub Pikilinna

Pub Pikilinna is cosy and lively Irish type Pub in Tammela district. Aaltonen shoe factory was located close to the pub and personnel used to live in this same building which is beside Tammela Market...
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O´Hara´s

Very small pub with many different interesting beers and cheap (for a Finnish place) Guinness. They have small area for bands to play at basement. We went there to see our god son playing at band...
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Jul 06, 2014

Pyymäen oma

In Finland most cafes will close quite early and they sell expensive coffees and cakes. Pyymäen Oma was a nice surprize! It was quite cheap (meaning cafe latte, Finnish coffee (by small local roasting...
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Feb 15, 2014

Top Hotels in Tampere

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Pyynikintie 13, Tampere, Western Finland, SF 33230, Finland
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Hatanpaanvaltatie 1, Tampere, Western Finland, 33100, Finland
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Hameenkatu 1, Tampere, Western Finland, 33100, Finland
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Yliopistonkatu 44, Tampere, Western Finland, 33100, Finland
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Akerlundinkatu 2 a, 6th floor, Tampere, 33100, Finland
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Koskikatu 5, Tampere, Western Finland, 33100, Finland
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Top Things to Do in Tampere

Things to Do

Pyynikki park & tower

Although not so popular as Nasi park (near Nasijarvi lake) which is always full of tourists we loved Pyynikki park. It’s located next to Lake Pyhajarvi, a lovely peaceful area full of trees that seems...
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Näsinneula (Observation Tower)

This was built in 1970–1971 and was designed by Pekka Ilveskoski. It opened in 1971 and is located in the Särkänniemi leisure centre. It is the tallest free-standing structure in Finland and the...
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Moominvalley

Some say that this is Tampere’s most popular attraction. Indeed, Moominvally has attracted a wide range of visitors from families with kids, to Asian girls who come because of Moomin’s cutenes and of...
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Tuomiokirkko

Tampere’s neogothic cathedral is well known for it frescoes. This is a rather unusual fact for such a new, protestant church. They are pictures by Hugo Simberg, showing skeleton gardeners, snakes and...
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Arboretum

If you are tired of the hussle in the city you can visit Hatanpää Arboretum (abt 2 km from teh centre). In its beautiful parks and view towards to Lake Pyhäjärvi and Pyynikki your soul definitely...
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Särkänniemi Amusement Park

There are many parks in Tampere, we preferred walking around Pyynikki with the old tower but it seems most visitors prefer Sarkanniemi which is a modern and definitely much more commercial with...
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Turska

"Tampere,city of shy people.."
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"Tampere - my favorite city in Finland"
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Sininen

"MORO!"
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"Tampere"
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