Spend the day exploring the Finnish capital on this private tour as you learn more about the past and present of its Jewish citizens. Helsinki is a vibrant city which boasts many famous attractions and an interesting history just waiting to be discovered with the help of your knowledgeable guide. Learn about the Jewish heritage in Finland and make a photo stop at the Helsinki Synagogue.
The tour starts from the Helsinki's cruise harbor or hotel. As you stroll around the city, explore the main sights of the city including the impressive Uspenski Cathedral, the National Gallery, Finlandia Hall, legendary Olympic Stadium, the Sibelius monument dedicated to the famous Finnish composer Sibelius, situated in a pine-filled park overlooking the sea. The Sibelius monument seems to capture not only the beautiful music by Sibelius, but also the spirit of the Finnish people.
Visit the contemporary Kiasma museum, one of Scandinavia's best contemporary art projects where you can check out the modern art pieces in the architectural masterpiece in the very center of Helsinki. A must have visit to the world-known Temppeliaukio Church, also known as the Rock Church is also required. located right in the city, it's a modern building that brings to life the internationally renowned Finnish design, which is known for its clear, uncluttered and typically minimalist Nordic style.
You'll discover the Senate Square, which offers a view to the impressive Helsinki Cathedral, Helsinki University, National Library and Government Palace, and Uspenski Cathedral.
After visiting the highlights of what Helsinki has to offer, the tour ends in the cruise harbor or your hotel or if you prefer your guide will leave in the city center where you will have some free time at the charming Market Square to taste local delicacies or to do some additional shopping and sightseeing on your own.