- Self-guided audio tour of Helsinki
- 8 languages available
- See top city sights like the Presidential Palace and Finlandia Hall
- Sound effects bring the attractions to life
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What You Can Expect
Then, set off on your tour around Helsinki’s main sights. View must-sees such as Senate Square, home to Helsinki Cathedral and the Government Palace as well as nearby Uspenski Cathedral, and pass the Finnish National Opera House and striking Finlandia Hall, a 1970s masterpiece built from Italian marble and Finnish granite.
Stop outside the Sibelius Monument, built to honor the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius, and/or at the underground Temppeliaukio Church, otherwise known as the Church of the Rock — a 1960s gem sculpted from solid rock.
As you travel, select the relevant sections of audio commentary to learn about each landmark and uncover the city’s turbulent history. Your audio guide also features stirring sound effects to bring each sight to vivid life and provide an immersive experience.
Your 1.5-hour audio tour ends back at the original starting point.
The tour was a really good way of seeing all the sights of the city when time is limited
Love Helsinki, but you must take the Boat Excursion with the City Tour. It is the best part of this city.
It was very very good and well organised. We did not expect this much, perhaps we underrated it. Commentary was very useful and relevant. The lady Guide helped us to explore the important spots. Our rating is 5/5.
It's a great tour. Specially if you don't have much time in Helsinki. :)
Jerlyn C USA
Brian S United Kingdom
Great if you are short on time and want to see as much of the city as possible.
This is definitely a great way to get around Helsinki in a short amount of time. The trip has lots of information that might otherwise be missed if you don't have a lot of time.
Service was fantastic. Very polite and informative tour guides. i managed to join the tour from the terminal. The views were fantastic. I only had a day at Helsinki, but i can safely say iv learnt and seen a lot for a day.
I was very glad to get to the Sibelius monument - would have liked more time at the rock church