This open-air market is a 5-minute walk south from Helsinki Cathedral. This is the largest open-air free market in Helsinki and one of the most traditional markets in Finland. Here is a free trade market opened all year round. Several tents are set up in the open air to sell some Finnish specialty goods. Since it is winter and the weather is relatively cold, there are not many people here, so it seems a bit deserted.
There are many small vendors selling all kinds of daily necessities at affordable prices
Reflecting local folk customs and customs, it is a good place for leisure and shopping.
The Helsinki Souk is next to the pier. The neighborhood is very lively, buses are available, and the transportation is very convenient. There are many vendors gathering here every day. There are many small vendors selling some fresh fruits. There are also open-air restaurants that provide simple meals, and they are made in Finland. The specialty products such as fox fur, mink fur, reindeer fur, coats, hats and scarves made of various furs, etc. Food prices in Finland are very expensive, so the food here is relatively cheap. There are a lot of seagulls flying very low here, so be careful, be careful of being hit or bird droppings from the sky.
#北奇遇记# In the afternoon, I went to the square in Helsinki and went to the market to see how prices in Helsinki are really cheaper than those in Iceland. The seagulls on the square are very powerful, and they just grabbed the food in the hands of people. Take a leisurely stroll and feel the life of the locals