Add these areas to the itinerary for your next trip to Finland’s capital city.
The Helsinki Festival brings music, visual arts and noted performers (including Yoko Ono) to the Finnish capital.
From lectures to skateboards and everything in between, Finland’s URB 13 festival peels back the stone and metal of cities to find the art within.
A bevy of wilderness-focused installations (and the wilderness itself) await those trekking to Haltia – The Finnish Nature Centre.
In its third year, the Finnish capital’s largest food festival is better than ever.
Between Helsinki Day and Helsinki Week, summer kicks off with a slew of festivities in the Finnish metropolis.