I was even amazed at how the ‘old’ and the ‘new’ blends in such perfect harmony, that I can absolutely agree with just about anyone who makes a statement that the architectural scene here is captivatingly impeccable. At 21, I quit my corporate job in the Philippines to pursue my dreams.
But of course, it’s not all about the external features, since there is still so much more to love about Helsinki: And I do bet that you’ll come to love them all too. Today, I am a successful digital nomad (entrepreneur, travel writer, & vlogger) living a sustainable travel lifestyle. To show you how it is absolutely possible to create a life of travel too (no matter the odds), and I will help you achieve that through my detailed travel guides, adventures, resources, tips, and MORE!
Nevertheless, getting an Air Bn B flat could be a great option too since most of the listings can be very affordable.
If you’re more into hotels, here are some other best choices: By foot.
So apart from parks, churches, cathedrals, museums, and shopping areas, there are 3 other main attractions that you must absolutely see; and I bet that much like me, you’ll be amazed at Helsinki’s charming architecture.
They are, after all, awarded as the World Design Capital last 2012 and that says a ton about the prevalence of design and art among many others.
Judging by online reactions, there was something special about Kutsuplus.
If you’re looking for beers instead, pale lagers are common and the most popular brands are Koff, Lapin Kulta, and Karhu.
Finnish and Swedish are the 2 main languages in Finland, which is why you’ll often see signs that are in both of these languages.
Like I’ve mentioned above, Helsinki is not a dizzyingly big city; so you can easily explore it without the need to hop on a tram or bus. All public transportation in Helsinki have a standardized charge: (fresh cow’s milk cheese which is best eaten with cloudberry jam) For drinks.
Definitely make it a point to drink Finnish coffee! Finland acually has the highest coffee consumption per capita in the world so if you want to experience this ‘coffee culture’, head on to cafes and try a cup of jo.