Walk around the Helsinki city centre with a guide to discover the city's most intriguing secrets. Find out curiosities such as how a church was built inside a giant granite rock, where you can eat the best salmon soup and why Helsinkians have picnic on top of graves.
No topic will be left undiscussed as this tour answers questions related to sports and architecture, history and religion, culture and traditions. You will learn where bohemian people used to meet in the 19th century, which local statue seagulls dislike the most, how come Finnish people always cheer for the opponents of the Swedish national football team, and why a short bridge in the city centre is called “The Long Bridge”.
While you walk to the city's main landmarks and most significant locations, you will learn some of Helsinki's most interesting facts as your guide will answer these curious questions and more. This small group and quirky tour will leave you with another level of understanding of the city, one that you won’t find in guidebooks.