It's interesting to see the open-air free market near the dock, not far from Parliament Square. There are many stalls selling berries, flowers, vegetables and meat, as well as boats moored by the water. The citizens queue up to buy them on the shore. There are also many stalls selling crafts, souvenirs, clothes, and of course, various delicacies, and simple shacks where coffee can be drunk. In a word, they are very busy fairs, in which both locals and tourists shuttle. There are also markets and shops nearby.
Open-air market - located in the heart of Helsinki city, not wide blocks, many bars and coffee bars on both sides of the road, people enjoy drinking various kinds of drinks leisurely. It can be seen that Europeans are slow-paced, there are many young people playing music on the street, and they are very happy to entertain themselves. In the center of the street is a statue of a Baltic daughter, a bronze statue of a young girl. Most visitors will come here for sightseeing.
To the east of the Baltic daughter statue is Hietalahden Flea Market, the largest open-air market in Heshi City. It is crowded and very busy. Whether local people or tourists will come here to visit and spend a lot. There are many commodities in the market, such as seafood, fresh fruits, folk clothes, tourist souvenirs and so on.
Under the Ferris wheel, it's very easy to find. White roofs are for groceries, and yellow roofs are for food. There are many kinds of souvenirs, fur, reasonable price. In summer, we go to many fruits. The local blueberries are small and sour. The big ones imported from Spain are very sweet. The raspberries and mulberries are sweet. Others sell roast salmon and small fish. They are delicious. On the roadside, there is a little brother squeezing pomegranate juice. He can speak Chinese and write a sign in Chinese.
From the Parliament Square to the pier by cruise, through the South Pier Square and the open-air free market, the square erected statues of girls, the free market is the local vendor stalls, eat a variety of kinds, in addition to tourists and local people also patronize.
This is a perennial free trade market, right next to the statue of the Baltic daughter, and on the other side of the statue is a park. The market is very busy. As soon as you go in, you will see the sale of vegetables, fruits and seafood. The fruits here are bought from the measuring cup, and one cup is a liter. First we bought a liter of cheese and ate it. It tasted good. There are also various crafts stalls, fur small hangings are also good. Then I listened to the performance of street artists for a while. It was good.