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Helsinki is the largest city in Finland, and 1.4 million residents live in the metropolitan area. Helsinki is in the northernmost corner of Europe but with fast flight connections from east to west, it is an easy hub to access. Not flying? No trouble. Helsinki is reachable via the Baltic Sea from St. Petersburg, Estonia and Sweden.
The sea is in fact one of the town's most distinctive features. The archipelago of Helsinki is comprised of more than 300 mesmerizing islands.
The capital area is composed, in addition to Helsinki, of a cluster of other fascinating cities and sights to visit. Which include the neighboring towns of Espoo and Vantaa, the historic town of Porvoo, the district of Järvenpää-Tuusula – renowned for its artistic heritage – as well as the villages of ironwork west of Helsinki. Far from Helsinki, there are 6 national parks and countless other nature spots to enjoy.
Helsinki's best areas are its beaches, trees, green streets and tiny ponds. It's plain to see that the Finns are really part of nature.
This famous rooftop bar has it all, a great place for a date or a hang out with friends; stunning views and tasty alcoholic beverages. Enjoy a cocktail at the Ateljee Bar on the top floor of the 14-story Hotel Torni, the tallest "skyscraper" in Helsinki.
The airport will be outstanding, but the building is just a nuisance before it's finished. Get to the airport in good time and get to know the changes in advance. Services such as lounge, car rental, money exchange and much more can be found at Helsinki Airport
Helsinki is well equipped with a network of trains and bus services. The problem with trains is that they don't provide travel to various areas of the world, such as Lapland. In this case, you'd need to rely on the buses. The buses are very numerous across Finland, but if you're planning to spend most of your time visiting Finland, they can be costly.
The most suitable mode of transportation to fully enjoy your stay in Finland is by car rental. In all major Finnish cities, including the airport, there are car-hire companies. This makes it perfect because you can rent a car from the airport when you arrive or browse around the cities to see if you can find cheap car hire services.
Helsinki has local and international car hire service providers and you'll always find one to match your needs. When you rent a car in Helsinki you get an opportunity to see Finland traveling day and night without thinking about missing the bus, train or taxi.
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Thank you very much fir such a wonderfull driving experience and service. Kuusamo airport crew was nice and friendly. I will recomend you to my friends who will be traveling there soon.