Helsinki is the city with a definite and beautiful atmosphere and a chosen tactfulness, producing it like no other place on Earth. The architecture stands out with a mix of Traditional, art-new and modern styles and remains industrially, functional and cool promptly. Our bus rental company has to admit that there is the seasonal color palette of the city; unpredictable between vibrant summer greens, extreme Baltic blues, as well as Nordic winter's crystalline white.
In addition, the capital region is an excellent starting point for trips to other cities and the surrounding area. When staying in Helsinki, it is therefore worthwhile to also discover Espoo and Vantaa, the historic town of Porvoo, the Järvenpää-Tuusula region - famous for its artistic tradition - and the Eisenhüttendörfer west of the capital. There are six national parks and countless natural sites within a two-hour drive. Our bus company will help you discover this amazing city.
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Here are our bus company’s top 10 must see places visiting Helsinki:
A tour bus suggests boarding the ferry from Kauppatori and in a few minutes you'll be in one of the most beautiful man-made locations in Scandinavia. Suomenlinna is a large maritime fortress, spread over seven islands. A small baroque settlement still houses 1000 residents, given the star-shaped walls and the location of arms.
2. The Market Square
The bus rental would claim that Market Square is possibly the first place accessible to travelers as they arrive in Helsinki's old town. This port area is one of the epicenters of life and trade in the region, and a true icon of Helsinki as a whole. Our bus company recommends October to visit the square the best time of year.
3. Helsinki Cathedral
The tall green dome of this landmark rises above the Helsinki cityscape, and at night it appears to shine out from the sea like a lighthouse. Chartered bus will tell you why you need visit Helsinki, this neoclassical whitewashed cathedral is one of the attractions you need to check out.
4. The Chapel of Silence
Kamppi Chapel of Silence is a quiet place in the center of Helsinki's vibrant city center. The chapel is small but warm and quiet, and the thick wooden walls, made of Scandinavian spruce, show the depth of silence in the interior.
5. Seurasaari Island
Few kilometers north of the city center are an open-air museum which has collected a selection of traditional Finnish buildings from around the world. The museum is open all summer and this is when qualified guides will tell you about life and work in traditional garb in rural Finland over the past 400 years. Hire a bus with a driver at our bus company and travel to Island in a few minutes.
Known to locals as the "Espa," this is a green space finger right in the city center, a place where Helsinki's tourists and residents come for picnics, relaxation, and summer entertainment. The chartered bus advises Jazz-Espa, a month-long jazz festival, or Marimekko Fashion Show in June.
A swell pub and a delightful restaurant with a bold blend of rock fusion and contemporary jazz music, Juttutupa's history dates back to 1884, making it one of the region's oldest joints.
8. Vintage Tram Ride
Catch the Havis Amanda Fountain Tram on Market Square Summer weekends. Take a 20-minute tour of nearly all the best sights in central Helsinki.
9. Helsinki University Botanical Gardens
The Kaisaniemi Botanical Garden is an exuberant oasis of life right in the city center, exposing a year-long explosion of colorful plants from all over the world. The garden has a total of 800 plant species and is the perfect location for a Finnish afternoon stroll or winter escape. The chartered bus is the perfect partner in Finland to discover oldest scientific garden.
10. Sauna visit
Sauna is a Finnish word, and Finland has 3 million of them, of which a significant amount is located right here in Helsinki. Many of them are open to the public, and if you visit Finland in winter or summer that is just one of the things you have to do.
Coach charter Germany’s airport shuttle will pick you and your team from the port or any other location in and around the area. You can also use the plain. A bus rental has to admit that Helsinki Airport ranks consistently among the world's best airports. It will take just a while to get into the city with our airport shuttle and start enjoying your vacation in Helsinki. We are the airport shuttle that gives you versatility when you are able to build your individual group tour. Our airport shuttle service will be the wise partner when it comes to Helsinki airport transfers. You can trust our bus company and our over 40 years of experience.
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