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Saunas at Rastila

Saunas at Rastila (Karavaanikatu 4, Helsinki) –saunas are a deeply ingrained part of Finnish culture, so it’s no surprise that such facilities can be found throughout Helsinki.  Rastila Camping Helsinki (located in the outer reaches of the city — just 17 minutes away from downtown) has three cozy saunas that can be rented:  two small […]

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Gumböle Golf GG

Gumböle Golf GG (Gumbölentie 20, Espoo) – located 25 minutes northwest of downtown Helsinki (via Route 1), Golf Digest magazine rated this course as being one of the top 5 courses in Finland.  Along with the course, there’s also a pro shop, a restaurant, a private meeting room, saunas, golf simulator, as well as a […]

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Linna Golf Oy

Linna Golf Oy (Vanajanlinnantie 485, Harviala) — opened in 2005, Linna Golf (located 23 minutes north of Helsinki) is heralded not only as Finland’s finest golf course, but as one of the best new layouts in Europe.  A member of the PGA European Tour Courses Group, Linna Golf, an hour’s drive north of Helsinki, has […]

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Olympic Stadion

Olympic Stadion (Stadium) —  The Olympic Stadion, built in 1938 was designed in functionalistic style by the architects Yrjö Lindegren and Toivo Jäntti.  The Olympic Games were held in 1952 in Helsinki.  Today the Stadion (located in an exceptionally central location in Helsinki – Töölö district) hosts both national and international sporting events (such as […]

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Paloheinä Golf Ltd.

Paloheinä Golf Ltd. (Kuusmiehentie 13, Helsinki)  – Paloheinä Golf is the most popular golf centre in Finland and is based on the principle of “pay and play”. It is located eight kilometres from the centre of Helsinki next to its Central Park.   There is a long nine hole golf course at Paloheinä, a practise […]

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Presidentinlinna (President’s Palace)

Presidentinlinna (President’s Palace) (Pohjoisespl. 1, Keskusta/Kauppatori, Helsinki) – since Finland is a young country (having gotten its independence from Russia in 1917), this building was originally a salt storehouse when it was built during the early 19th century.  It became a palace in 1845 (where members of Russia’s royal family later resided).  The Russian Czar […]