Tampere’s central square is still worth visiting. This square is still very large. There are often performances in the square. Sometimes there are many vendors selling goods here. It feels really interesting to come here. .
Tampere is considered a larger city in Finland except the capital. There are many department stores on the central square. In addition, the city hall, old church, theater, etc. are all around the square. When the weather is good, there will be many people in the square basking in the sun and feeding pigeons. Not far from the central square is the largest bus terminal in downtown Tampere, and the traffic is very convenient.
Keskustori (Central Square) is the starting point for understanding Tampere. It is only a 5-minute walk from the train station and is also a major city transportation hub. The central square often holds open-air markets from time to time. On weekends in good weather, Finns will take out second-hand goods at home to sell in the market, and they can often find interesting items at special discount prices. The central square is surrounded by churches, commercial streets, restaurants, museums and other attractions. If you don't go anywhere, sitting in the sun and drinking coffee is also a good choice.
In summer, there will be huge ferris wheels, rock scenes and all kinds of drunk people. Here is a gathering place for various National Day rallies, Midsummer Festival parties and May Day celebrations. The municipal government has an open season, which can be checked on the government's public website. There is a Christmas market in winter. The main road of the city is just one road. In summer, you can see all kinds of people driving all kinds of monsters at 1 o'clock in the middle of the night, "Walking 9 times on Zhongxiao East Road".
A very lively place, covered in snow in winter, pedestrians hurried past. When the spring blossoms, there will be some small shops here, sometimes there will be small concerts, and we have seen a campaign to canvass for votes.