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      • Finlandia Hall
        0.47 Km from Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma
        The Finlandia Hall is a congress and event venue in the centre of Helsinki on the Töölönlahti Bay. The building, which was designed by architect Alvar Aalto, was completed in 1971. Every detail in the building is designed by Aalto. The designs were completed in 1962, with building taking place between 1967–1971. The Congress Wing was designed in 1970 and built in 1973–1975. In 2011, the building was expanded with new exhibition and meeting facilities. The inauguration of the Finlandia Hall was c...
      • Tuska Open Air Metal Festival
        0.49 Km from Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma
        Tuska Open Air Metal Festival, commonly shortened to Tuska (Finnish: pain, agony), is a rock music festival in Helsinki, Finland, dedicated exclusively to heavy metal and related styles. The first Tuska took place in 1998 and the festival has since grown larger every year. The location of the festival has been in Kaisaniemi park in the middle of the city from 2001. However, Tuska 2011 took place at the Suvilahti event field in the Sörnäinen neighbourhood. The festival dates have always been in e...
      • Sonera Stadium
        1.89 Km from Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma
        Sonera Stadium (until August 2010 Finnair Stadium; also known as Töölön jalkapallostadion, "Töölö football stadium") is a football stadium in Helsinki, Finland. The stadium was inaugurated in 2000. It has a capacity of 10,770 spectators. In July 2006, a new artificial turf with a FIFA two star rating was installed, replacing a first-generation artificial pitch used for the two previous years. It is located next to the Helsinki Olympic Stadium. Before the current stadium was constructed...
      • Iso Omena
        11.08 Km from Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma
        Iso Omena (Finnish for "Big Apple") is a shopping centre in Matinkylä, Espoo, Finland, opened on September 24, 2001. The construction of Iso Omena aimed to take heed of the wishes of the population of Espoo as well as possible. Because of this, Iso Omena includes many centralised municipal and private services. Iso Omena also includes apartments, with a direct connection to the shopping centre. Iso Omena includes 115 businesses. The total area for rent is approximately 53 thousand squa...
      • Keravan jäähalli
        27.77 Km from Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma
        Keravan jäähalli (Kerava ice rink) is an indoor arena in Kerava, Finland. It is the home arena for HC Keski-Uusimaa of the Mestis. ^ "HCK". Retrieved 2013-12-21. ^ "Uimahalli - Keravan Kaupunki". Kerava. Retrieved 2013-12-21.
      • Ainola
        32.39 Km from Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma
        Ainola, meaning "Aino's land", was the home of Jean Sibelius, his wife Aino and their family from the autumn of 1904 until 1972. It stands on the scenic shores of Lake Tuusula in Järvenpää, 38 kilometers north of Helsinki, the Finnish capital. It was designed by the famous Finnish architect Lars Sonck. The only requests Sibelius had for Sonck were to include both a lakefront view and a green fireplace in the dining room. Water pipes were never installed until after Sibelius died becaus...
      • Porvoo Cathedral
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      • Helsinki
        Surrounded by freezing waters spattered with picturesque islands and islets, Finnish capital Helsinki is an ever more fashionable European destination. Wonder the sparkling streets and you’ll find plenty of vibrant modernism in the form of art noveau architecture and spacious cafes alongside tiny corners of carefully preserved Finnish heritage that can’t have changed in centuries.

        Especially during the icy winters, Helsinki can be glacially cold, but during the summer its lively and welcoming, and begs you to explore exciting spots like the tightly packed islands of Suomenlinna, where you can picnic amongst the soaring ferns, and the happy natives still gather every evening to wave as the ferries glide through the narrow straight between the islands. Another essential offshore experience is eating at the unforgettably romantic island restaurants, towering amongst the rocks and serving magnificent locally caught seafood.

        If you prefer something a bit more lively you should head for the city beer terraces which are more sophisticated than their German equivalent, and overwhelmingly dreamy amongst the outdoor heaters when the snow is falling all around you. Follow it up, if you can, with an atmospheric concert at Temppeliaukio, an underground church cut from the rock, and now a highly atmospheric auditorium.

        Board the old steam train from Helsinki to the old trading town of Porvoo for a taste of the Finland of old and, in fact, Finland in general, which is largely very different to its capital, and you’ll find cobbled streets, wooden houses, roman influences and one of the country’s most spectacular village settings.

        Back in the capital, you can tour the pubs by tram, check out the zoo or the sea life centre, or entertain the kids in the hectic water park. Come during Winter, and Helsinki will have you drifting around a seemingly deserted city of frosted streets, with plenty of hidden corners of warmth to track down amongst it all. Come in summer, though, and you’re in for a treat which is Helsinki’s warm, modern, and home to plenty of exciting outdoor draws and an intriguing downtown.
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        Virgin Oil Co. Mannerheimintie 5, 00100 Helsinki, Finland
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        Senate Square 00170 Helsinki, Finland
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        Helsinki City Museum Aleksanterinkatu 16, 00170 Helsinki, Finland
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        Länsiterminaali Länsisatama, 00220 Helsinki, Finland
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        Tyynenmerenkatu 8, 00220 Helsinki, Finland
      • Länsiterminaali

        This is the port complex for cruise ships to Russia. There are ticket purchase/check in areas for the cruise lines, a small shop, ATM machines, luggage storage machines.

        You can interconnect to Helsinki transit system on tram line 9, and take taxis from here.

        Some reports that the passages to the ships are quite long distances, but are buggy/wheelchair friendly.

        00220 Helsinki, Finland
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        Suomenlinna 00190 Helsinki, Finland
      • Helsinki Airport

        A lot seems to depend on the flight schedules and times of year. Some commentators cite busy overcrowded gates, others empty spaces. The price of things at the airport, and it should be understood in Finland generally (should you be stopping-over and not in transit) are high in comparison to other places, including those elsewhere (outside Scandinavia) in the Eurozone.

        There are new terminal gates and associated shopping areas being finalised at this time (late 2016), but there are also plans for another phase of expansion as Finnair purchases a fleet of new A350s for the far eastern routes Helsinki is well placed to feeder to other European cities.

        The airport is impeccably clean and staff proudly courteous; there are good connections to the city and elsewhere in Finland. There is a new train to the city centre.

        Helsinki Airport 01531 Vantaa, Finland

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      Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
      Jan -6.3 67.1 20.7 26.4
      Feb -6.8 52.5 19.8 20.7
      Mar -3.7 47.5 25.3 18.7
      Apr 2 44.6 35.6 17.6
      May 8.5 46.8 47.3 18.4
      Jun 13.9 52.4 57 20.6
      Jul 16.8 70.1 62.2 27.6
      Aug 15.2 82.2 59.4 32.4
      Sep 10.3 72.1 50.5 28.4
      Oct 5.1 78.8 41.2 31
      Nov 0.2 79.4 32.4 31.3
      Dec -3.6 75.8 25.5 29.8

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        • The Kiasma building itself is amazing and worth seeing. Whenever I have been there has been a broad selection of (often political) art that I was glad to have experienced. One slight negative for me (and this only happened once) was when I was talking to my 5 year old daughter about a piece of kinetic art and one of the gallery assistants told us off for ALMOST touching the artwork - we were standing still at a safe distance but gesturing towards it as part of our conversation. His intervention was unnecessary and soured the experience for me. If he felt it necessary to intervene, he could have done so by engaging with us rather than making an incorrect assumption and acting on it without establishing whether it was correct.
        • When you tell someone to check out an art gallery there tends to be a sigh... not ART!! But even if you do not 'like' art this place will blow your socks off! It's modern art on steroids! I spent at least 3 hours wandering through the various layers of this place, watching interesting multimedia art pieces and having a gawk at the unique sculpture art. Take my advice and just go!
        • Kiasma is a great art museum in a beautiful building. Service is friendly and it's built to be accessible. There is a good restaurant at the ground floor and an art library at the top floor.
        • I have been to several exhibits & they are generally pretty good. The coat check thing is nice. It is a fun afternoon outing. The facility is a very nice "artsy" building smack dab in the middle of town. Parking is difficult.
        • € 12 for some hairs and clipped nails framed next to some giant graters. The exhibition about poverty was quite interesting nonetheless. Anyway, art should be always for free, whichever type it is.


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        • My Artsy Paradise - Kiasma Modern Art Museum
          Kiasma is definitely my favorite Finnish museum (and one of my favorite museums in whole world). As Museum of Contemporary Art and Finnish national modern art gallery the exhibitions have never deceived me. I have visited a few times with my friends who literally hate art but even they liked Kiasma’s modern art. They change exhibitions quickly so Kiasma is almost always open.

          As students Kiasma’s tickets are quite expensive in my opinion. 14€ for normal people and 12€ for students, etc. I usually time my visits for first Friday of the month because on that day Kiasma has open doors day and everyone can visit freely. However even paying that 12 euros isn’t bad when you get to see amazing modern art.

          They have everything from colorful and funny art pieces to art addressing important subjects. After roaming around the current exhibition, I usually spend too long in the museum shop. There is a lot of cool stuff even if most of it doesn’t have anything to do with Kiasma museum, modern art or the current exhibitions. However I don’t recommend the café/restaurant because it is expensive and you can find better places close by. My last praise for Kiasma is its free cloakroom. In country where we have winter almost around the year free place to store your winter clothes is must thing to have.
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