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Major cities and tourist destinations:
Hame Castle – This is castle made from brick has been restored to its original grandeur. Located in Hameenlinna, the castle once served as a prison.
Espoo – Espoo has a population of about 250,000. Interesting attractions are the Espoo Museum of Modern Art, which is housed in an old printing house, the Museum of Horology (time), and the Espoon Kartano (a manor house with structures from the 1700s).
Fiskars Village – Home of the famed scissors and a museum tracking the industries of the village, Fiskars has beautiful scenery combined with its industrial history. Visit Bianco Blu to learn first-hand how glass is created or explore the Bassi mansion.
The Aland Islands – These islands house many churches including the Church of St. Olaf built in the 1200s and the Geta Church from the 1400s.
Olavinlinna Castle – Constructed in the 1400s, this castle was initially built on Russian soil to protect Sweden from the Russians.
Vantaa – Vantaa is a city with a population of about 200,000. Visit the Viherpaja Japanese and Cactus Gardens and see the interesting display on carnivorous plants. In addition, the Finnish Aviation Museum is located here.
Turku – This city has a population of around180,000. Turku Castle is its most famous landmark with historical exhibits inside its 13th-16th century structures. The Turku Cathedral is another building that has survived from antiquity. If you are interested in how things are made, visit the Loustarinmaki Handicrafts Museum.
Tampere – Tampere has a population of 220,000. The Amurin Tyolaiskorttelimuseo or Museum of Workers Housing gives insight into how workers lived from 1880 – 1970. Discover where the world famous meeting between Lenin and Stalin occurred in the Lenin Museo. Also of note is the Sarkanniemen Huvikeskus, a recreation center with an observation tower, zoo, and art center.
Taxis are extremely expensive and will base their rates on how many passengers are traveling.
If you plan to travel by bus, you should continuously check the schedules because they change frequently. Some rural areas only have one bus per week. Local buses run a reduced schedule on Saturdays, holidays, and summers.
The train network is poorly developed in Finland and does not exist in the northern part of the country.
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