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Explore the Top 10 places in Turku with Coach Charter Germany - your coach charter company

Explore the Top 10 places in Turku with Coach Charter Germany - your coach charter company
Turku is a town on the southwest coast of Finland, on the banks of the Aurajoki River, dating back to the 13th century. Most prominent is the medieval castle of Turku at the mouth of the river, within which there is a museum of history. There are several restaurants on the banks in the cobbled streets. The old market on the east bank is lined with beautiful houses. A royal tomb and museum are located in the nearby Turku Cathedral. 
Set where the Aura River flows into the Sea of the Archipelago, Turku is Finland's oldest city and the country's first capital. National landmarks such as the Turku Castle and the Turku Cathedral will shed light on the history of Finland, and you can learn how famous cultural figures such as Jean Sibelius and Wäinö Aaltonen helped shape the nation in the 20th century. And don't forget there's a world of tiny islands right next to the capital. By bike, you could go on a hopping journey, boarding a ferry to explore light. 

Coach Charter Germany's bus business has been thriving in the coach charter market for over four decades. Bus Company can provide options for a variety of sizes and services for bus rentals. Our airport shuttle busses will pick you up from Turku Airport and take you comfortably to your hotel in the center of Turku. Another choice is to hire a charter bus with a driver to visit all of Turku 's landmarks safely and comfortably. Of course, it is also possible to have a coach with a driver on a multi-day trip to visit other cities by Rental Bus and Tour Bus. For all kinds of itineraries, Coach Charter Germany is a reliable means of transport for exploring Turku and its beautiful surrounding areas. You can submit an e-mail request to Coach Charter Germany's tour bus service and find out more about our charter bus service. 

Coach Charter Germany will suggest the top 10 points to be included in your curriculum while exploring Turku as follows

1. Cathedral of Turku

It is a very important building, the seat of the Archbishop of Finland and the national sanctuary of the country. Many people have this 13th-century cathedral down as the most significant historic building in Finland. When the cathedral was first built, it was made almost entirely of wood, until the stone was restored in the 1400s. Among the prominent historical figures buried in the Cathedral of Turku is Karin Månsdotter, Queen of Sweden of the 16th century, and you will be able to see her marble sarcophagus very clearly. 

2. Kylämäki Kuralan

Right on the eastern outskirts of Turku is Kurala, where the village was rebuilt in the 1950s, where costume actors acted as they would in the post-war era. Here's a farm with chickens, sheep, and cows, so little ones are sure to enjoy themselves. You can go inside the blade-sharpener 's workshop to watch the stone or walk through the forest hunting bail. 

3. Castle of Turku

Among Finland's most prestigious pieces of national heritage, as well as one of its oldest buildings, the Turku Castle took shape in the late 1200s during the Swedish period in Finland. It was designed to defend their province of Eastland, but over the next several centuries it assumed all sorts of different positions: it was a luxury palace, an administrative center, a seat of government, a mill, and then a prison until the end of the 1800s. After a break, the building was fully restored in 1987 and is now a museum. 

4. Maritime Forum Marine Centre

The IX district of Turku is a riverside attraction which occupies two former government warehouses. All along the quay heritage ships of all sizes are moored and ready for you to board. Sigyn, a three-masted merchant vessel built in 1887 in Göteborg, is one of them. There are also four Finnish naval vessels and a police vessel that you may try out. On the beach, you can visit the old warehouses to see the evolution of maritime trade and conflict in Finland, and find out even more. 

5. Ruissalo's

The long and rugged island of Ruissalo is on the upper side of the Turku estuary. It's always been easy to enter from the mainland, and in the Middle Ages it was part of the Turku Castle hunting grounds. Later it became the summer resort of choice for the rich, and in the 1800s a number of delightful villas were built here. The best way to see the rugged coastline of Ruissalo, the botanical garden, the sandy beaches and the fresh oak forests is to ride a bike and cross the canto of Ruissalon. 

6. Museum of Sibelius

Turku's Sibeliusmuseum is the only museum fully devoted to music in Finland. It is a functionalist building from the 1960s designed by Woldemar Baeckman, one of Finland 's leading post-war architects. Almost 2,000 musical instruments can be found inside, gathered from all corners of the globe. One of the rooms is entirely dedicated to Jean Sibelius, who gives you the history of his life, his compositions and his part in helping Finland to develop a sense of national identity after his time.

7. Market Hall of Turku

Turku Market Hall is the ideal place to explore Finnish and Scandinavian cuisine – or just take a quick bite! The Turku Market Hall, opened in 1896, is Finland's second oldest market hall. Markets and market halls are a great part of Finnish culture, and in the center of the city, the Turku Market Hall, you can enjoy your popular salmon soup with local rye bread in an authentic atmosphere. With hundreds of stalls selling everything from meat and vegetables to sushi and cheese, there's plenty to choose from

8. Museum of handicrafts Luostarinmäki

Turku was Finland's largest city in the 19th century. The Great Fire of Turku caused massive destruction in 1827, and Luostarinmäki (Cloister Hill) was the only wooden house district to be spared the flames. In Luostarinmäki, tourists will experience the unique, artisanal atmosphere of ancient times in a picturesque setting. The outdoor museum has 18 blocks of original 18th-and 19th-century buildings. The Loustarinmäki Handicrafts Museum gives life to an intriguing glimpse of pre-industrial craftsmanship. The museum shop sells crafts and delicacies, and Café Kisälli offers traditional Finnish delicacies. The museum is situated only a few blocks away from the River Aura. 

9. River Aura, Turku

Turku, a vibrant and historic university town in western Finland, is dominated by the influence of the Aura River. Aura passes through the historic part of Turku, from the medieval castle of Turku, past cafes and restaurants to the cathedral of Turku. Many of the major museums and attractions of Turku are located along or near the river. The region is best explored during the summer months when riverside cafes and restaurants spread their tables along the banks of the river. There's also a small ferry called Föri, which crosses the river every day and a handful of boats serving as restaurants and pubs, so the nightlife in the Aura River area is unique! 

10. Park of Adventure

Turku's Kupittaa Park is the largest urban park in Finland and was the first to be intentionally landscaped. The facilities here are unreal: there is a Finnish baseball stadium (Pesäpallo), a BMX track, a skateboarding facility, two open-air swimming pools and an ice hockey arena. But if you scratch your head for something that keeps children amused and involved, then Adventure Park is what you're after. It's a large play-park with a learning curve, so kids can take part in theater plays, music lessons, splash in the stream that meanders through the park and leap into the bouncy castle. 

Coach Charter Germany facilitates every step of the way towards achieving perfect group transport. Bus Company puts our decades of knowledge and awareness in the bus rental industry to provide the best tour bus rental services for your trip. You are welcome to order your airport shuttle service, tour bus service or long-distance charter bus service from our online request form. Our new fleet of charter busses of many sizes will provide the transport you need for your party. Coach Charter Germany offers experienced drivers as well as an appreciation of the booking team. We look ahead to receiving your inquest to provide you the appropriate transport quote for your Turku group travel needs.

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