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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)
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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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Sokos: Most popular department store?

If Stockmann is most expensive(allthough I don´t think it´s SO exepensive than many people think),this is little cheper.It is also at good location,when people cahnge busses when going to work and coming home,so I think this is allways having quite a lot of people popping in and out.My bus stops here also,so I usually go here to buy coffee and tea (downstairs)for work,or a new nailpolish(I never have too many-maybe my husband is not thinking the same way about that..But I only have under 100?) or so on.I think they also have some nice decoration-staff at top-floor,and some clothes aren´t so expensive.
They also have"Lippupalvelu" to sell tickets to rock-conserts and theatre-maybe for ice hockey-games too,I´m quite sure.Once I was allmost 2hours standing on line to have tickets to Meatllica-concert.

What to buy Food,womens clothes,mens clothes,children clothes,books,make up,jewellery,linen,everything small electric items from coffee-maker to toasters and such..

What to pay It´s not the cheapest,but not the most expensive shop either.If you pay 12e for "Iittala"-plate in Stockmann,it might be 10e here(and maybe 9 at Anttila).I just happened to check Iittala-plates last weeks..

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Nov 09, 2008

City Sokos: Department store

You could say Sokos is a department store for more "sophisticated customers". Ranging from women's and men's clothing to shoes, accessories, cosmetics and ideas for the home, it has one of the best product ranges in the city. There is a luxurious atmosphere, especially in the wonderful perfume section at the cosmetics department.

Sokos does not compromise on quality, a fact you should remember if the prices seem a little bit high. Sometimes there are special days or happenings when products are sold at reduced prices. While impersonal super- and hypermarkets are conquering the land, Sokos invests on customer service. There is staff at every department to turn to if you need further guidance.

The delicacy department is on the ground floor. Here you can buy fresh vegetables or pastries and rare delicacies from abroad. Sokos also includes a couple of independent shops such as Marimekko, the famous Finnish textile design shop, and optician Nissen. Sokos is directly connected to the Market Hall by a covered corridor.

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Nov 23, 2003
 
 
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