The capital of Finland, Helsinki occupies a peninsula and a group of islands on the Baltic Sea. With its mixture of modern architecture and neoclassical buildings, Helsinki is the coolest of all Nordic cities. The visitor can enjoy its numerous fashionable bars and restaurants, and a bounty of museums, art galleries and sports’ centres. Typified by the Kallio district of eastern Helsinki, the downtown area is vibrant and cosmopolitan.
An average meal in a restaurant in Helsinki costs 14.2% more than in the rest of the country.
Prices in Helsinki are on average 3.3% higher than in the other cities in Finland.
Public transport in Helsinki costs around the same as the national average.
A night in a hotel in Helsinki is about 51.8% less expensive on average than in the rest of Finland.
From Helsinki-Vantaa airport you can travel by train, bus or taxi to the city. Shuttle bus services and car hire are also available. Helsinki-Malmi airport is about 5 kilometres northeast of the city. Visitors can travel from there by taxi, a service that must be booked in advance. Alternatively, Helsinki Region Transport runs regular bus and train services between the airport and the city.
Local trains operate from Helsinki Central railway station, which includes connections to Helsinki-Vantaa airport. Buses, trams and an underground metro system also serve the city until after midnight. By day, the best way to see Helsinki is by foot and visitors can enjoy free walking tours, every weekend all year round. The best place to stay is Kallio, which is within easy reach of Market Square.
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