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Suomenlinna, home to about 800 of Helsinki's 600.000 inhabitants is a a boat-connected neighborhood of the capital and a former sea fortress built on six islands. Suomenlinna is a UNESCO World Heritage site and popular with both tourists and locals, who enjoy it as a picturesque picnic site.
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The ferry to Suomenlinna leaves from Market Square and it takes 20 minutes one way and the ticket price is 5€. The Suomenlinna Sea Fortress is a UNESCO world heritage place. It is an island so dress warm. There are in total 6 little museums and restaurants. Enjoy.
Old fortress island - one of Helsinki's most important historic sites. Built mostly in 1748, it is an island built to defend Helsinki against invadors. A must visit, especially on summer. Ferry goes from Kauppatori and can be boarded with a basic HSL ticket.
A Unesco World Heritage Site, Suomenlinna sea fortress is one of the most popular attractions in Finland for a reason. Suomenlinna was shaped by three historic eras when it helped to defend first Sweden, then Russia and ultimately Finland. With its museums, events and restaurants Suomenlinna offers…
Suomenlinna in ervaringen op Airbnb
Leer deze iconische bezienswaardigheid kennen tijdens ervaringen op Airbnb: activiteiten in kleine groepjes en geleid door locals