The architectural style is a bit weird, it's a combination of neoclassical and new art. I don't like it personally.
The presidential palace is also romantic, why? Because this place was the residence of the tsar of the Russian Empire before the independence of Finland. From the outside, this small yellow building does not seem to be luxurious at all, but when the Czar was traveling, the prom salon was not small at all. Of course, the President of Finland lives here. If the President is inside, the flag will be hoisted on the flagpole.
The Finnish Presidential Palace was built in 1820. After it was built, it was remodeled several times for the use of the Russian Tsar. After the independence of Finland, this building has been used as the representative office and official residence of the President of the Republic of Finland.
It feels like the lowest-key presidential palace I've ever seen. The cream-colored exterior wall faces the pier. The road in front is the open-air market, so the presidential palace should be very noisy. It's in the middle of the Red Church and the White Church. It's not very conspicuous, but the flag is placed on it so it can be distinguished. It doesn't feel big inside, but you can't get in, just pass by.