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Get the most out of your time in Helsinki by combining a city sightseeing tour with a ferry ride and a walking tour of Suomenlinna Island. You’ll save hours researching and planning your itinerary by having everything organized for you. After a harbor pickup, a guide will show you many of Helsinki’s top sights including Esplanade Park, and Market Square. You’ll then take a ferry to the UNESCO-listed Suomenlinna Island, where you’ll see its main attractions including King’s Gate.
This tour is suitable for people interested in the history of Finland. In this tour we made a sightseeing tour of Helsinki and a trip to the ancient city of Porvoo.
You will see a lot of beautiful things and learn a lot of interesting things about Finland!
Discover picturesque Tallinn, Estonia’s capital, on a private day trip from Helsinki by ferry. After hotel pickup, cruise across the Gulf of Finland to Estonia in a comfortable ferry. Then, set off on an afternoon tour of this lovely city by foot and air-conditioned transport. View top Tallinn sights including the cobbled Old Town, Toompea Hill, and Alexander Nevsky Cathedral as you hear about the city’s history and culture. Afterward, (depending on timings), enjoy time at leisure before your return ferry trip.
Without a car, sightseeing in the Finnish countryside can pose a challenge. This shore excursion from Helsinki takes care of transportation from your cruise port, through picturesque rural areas, and back again, stopping at top sights such as the 1952 Olympic Stadium, the historic town of Porvoo, and the Rock Church along the way.
Get a comprehensive tour of Helsinki's highlights on this half-day excursion, perfect for first-time visitors. You'll travel comfortably in a luxury van and listen to guided commentary on the Finnish capital's history, culture, architecture, and people. This whirlwind tour is great for those short on time or first-time visitors who want an introduction to the city.
Take advantage of Finland’s close proximity to Estonia on an 8-, 10-, or 11-hour day trip to Tallinn from Helsinki. Following a 2-hour ferry journey, you’ll take a guided tour of Tallinn Old Town (Vannalin), a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds. Plus, you’ll explore Kadriorg Park and sample Estonian cuisine for lunch. Small-group tour limited to eight people.
Combine a city tour of Helsinki with a ferry journey to Suomenlinna Island on this half-day excursion. Listen to guided commentary while exploring the highlights of Helsinki such as Esplanade Park and the Sibelius Monument. Hop a ferry to Suomenlinna for a walking tour including the Jetty barracks, the Suomenlinna Church, and Kings Gate.
When your cruise ship docks in Helsinki, make the most of your time ashore by booking this hop-on, hop-off bus and boat tour. You'll ensure you see the best Helsinki has to offer through the combination of transport modes, including Senate Square, the Olympic Stadium, the National Museum of Finland, and the Ateneum Art Museum, among others. Tickets include access to a 3-hour bus tour and a 1.5-hour boat tour; you can hop on and hop off to explore independently whenever you like or listen to the audio commentary on board.
Make the most of even limited time in Helsinki on this action-packed private tour, which crams essential city sights plus historic Porvoo Old Town into just half a day. Your personal guide will collect you direct from your home, hotel, or ship, then whisk you around the city, with onboard Wi-Fi so you don’t miss a thing. See Helsinki Cathedral, the Rock Church, the Sibelius Monument, and more.
Exploring Helsinki without a guide may mean you just skate over its sights. This small-group tour lets you cover the Finnish capital in depth, with a guide to provide background on the landmarks and the city’s culture that you may miss if alone. Plus, ensure you see all the landmarks, and some tucked-away gems you might have otherwise overlooked. A choice of departure times lets you flexible with timings.
Discover Finland’s cool capital with the convenience of a 24-hour hop-on hop-off bus ticket. Ride around Helsinki on a comfortable double-decker bus and listen to the recorded commentary, available in several languages, as you pass landmarks like Senate Square, the Kaivopuisto Park, and the Olympic stadium. Best of all: you can jump on and off as many times as you like, so you can stop to browse the Hietalahti Flea Market, stroll the scenic Esplanade, or snap a photo by the Sibelius Monument.
There’s just something about Helsinki! In fact, there are so many things about Helsinki that made me love it so, and if you’re wondering what to do in Helsinki then definitely book a tour with me and ill make you love this city!
Get to know Helsinki’s highlights and history with this 1-hour 45-minute long audio city tour, complete with sound effects to bring the sights to vivid life. Put on your audio headsets, select from 10 languages, and take a personalized tour of the top Helsinki attractions. Explore the oldest districts of the city and see highlights including Helsinki Cathedral, Uspenski Cathedral and the Government Palace at Senate Square, the dazzling Finlandia Hall, the Finnish National Opera House, Stockmann Department Store, and many more, all while you listen to the engaging audio commentary and effects.
Located only 80 km across the Baltic Sea, getting from Helsinki to Tallinn is surprisingly easy thanks to the frequent ferry service.
I recommend taking the first Tallink ferry at 07:30 from new Helsinki West Harbour Terminal 2, which arrives in Tallinn 2 hours later. Meet and greet will take place on the ground floor of the terminal building in Tallinn.
Driving and walking tour for people interested in the real feeling of Tallinn. We'll start with driving along the coast of Tallinn Bay through different suburbs. You see the differences in each of the city districts, understand the history and the local communities a little better than before.
At the end of the tour, we will visit also the Old Town. We walk both in the lower and upper part of the Old Town, see the most important sights, hear the stories of past and present.
After the 5-hour tour and some personal free time, you can catch your ferry back to Helsinki whenever you like.
This Helsinki city tour is designed especially so cruise ship passengers can get the most out of a short stay on dry land. The focus will be on seeing the many faces of the Finnish capital, from the natural to the architectural, the medieval to the modern. You’ll fit a lot of attractions into one convenient and fun-filled day, and learn a lot about Helsinki.
Making your own day trip to Tallinn from Helsinki means organizing ferries and transport in Estonia’s capital, and doing your own homework on the sights. This small-group day trip covers everything: return ferries, guided touring, plus round-trip port transfers at both ends. See Tallinn’s UNESCO-listed Old Town and more as a guide shares their history, and enjoy free time to stroll and shop before sailing back to Helsinki.
Explore the highlights of Helsinki at your own pace by opting for a Helsinki 24h Hop-On Hop-Off bus ticket. You won’t be tied into a long itinerary, and can instead explore the city independently, only visiting places that interest you. Choose from 22 different stops, including Senate Square, Rock Church, Parliament, and the Market Square. You’ll be able to hop on and off as many times as you like over 24 hours, and conveniently, audio commentary is available on board.
Once your cruise ship docks in Helsinki's port, get a thorough tour of the Finnish capital during your limited time. During this excursion via air-conditioned coach, tour the city center's most important landmarks, ending up at Central Station for some free time before returning to your ship on time. Opt to stay later in the city center if you like.
Soak up the snowy wilderness outside Helsinki on a snowmobile tour. With an experienced guide, travel through the winter landscape near the frozen Gulf of Finland, following a route along forest trails. Take a break to warm up with hot drinks and lunch cooked over a campfire. Two adults ride on one snowmobile, or you can upgrade if you want one to yourself. Located about 19 miles (30 km) east of Helsinki, the snowmobile base will be reached with provided round-trip transport.
Paddle quietly through the natural world of the Nuuksio National Park's forests and lakes during this canoeing adventure. With round-trip transportation from Helsinki and all equipment included, you just have to enjoy the scenery and the wildlife. Disembark from the canoe and take a hike into the forest on an easy path, stopping for sandwiches and drinks.
When your cruise ship docks, combine a comprehensive sightseeing tour of Helsinki with a visit to the Seurasaari Outdoor Museum. During this shore excursion, get a thorough overview of both modern and historic Finnish architecture, life, and culture. Entrance fees and a coffee/tea at a local cafe included.
Explore Helsinki at your own pace and save money as you sightsee with the great-value Helsinki Card or Helsinki Card Region. Buy a 24-, 48- or 72-hour card and simply show your card to enjoy free public transport around the city (and in the whole metropolitan area with Helsinki Card Region), plus complimentary admission to many of top Helsinki museums and attractions, including the stellar Ateneum art gallery and Suomenlinna Fortress. Add a free audio city tour, a complimentary guidebook and map, plus valuable savings on tours, meals and other experiences, and it’s an excellent way to make the most of Helsinki.
Get to know Helsinki on a private walking tour with a guide to give background and context you might miss if alone. Stroll around squares, churches, architecture, and parks; and gain insight into Finnish life and culture as your guide shares tales you’d probably never hear by yourself. Plus, enjoy flexibility with your departure time: helping you to match your tour to your vacation schedule.