Helsinki, capital of Finland is a very compact city, where a majority of the sights and attractions are all within walking distance of the city centre.
This city has so much to see and do and all can be achieved from the central avenue of Mannerheimintie. From Mannerheimintie you are bordered by the National Museum, the imposing Parliament House and Kiasma, a contemporary art museum.
While the ornate red brick Uspenski Cathedral overlooks the wonderful harbour.
Helsinki is located by the sea, so there are many great maritime attractions to visit like the UNESCO World Heritage Site Suomenlinna by taking a ferry from the Market Square. All the sights are so accessible from the city centre around Senate Square and the buildings are a wonderful example of neoclassical architecture.
Why not stop and say hello to Helsinki on your next visit to openly explore such a wonderful city.