As a standard market control, every time you visit a new country, you will expect to encounter a market with the most local characteristics on the road, and find the most "land" commemoration there. This is not very easy. Do things. But in Helsinki, everything has become so simple, because locals have set their favorite market in the most central position of the city, even just a street away from the presidential palace, and simply put this piece should belong to the president. The square of the government is called "market square"
Helsinki, which is very leisurely in life, and even the free market in front of it can't find the slightest mess and rush. A small stall sells flowers, home-made food, general supplies, handicrafts, etc., full of Finnish life style. Like its name, the market square is actually a combination of market and square. On the east side of the market square is the presidential palace, which is also the palace of the former Russian tsar. This square is supposed to be the square of the presidential palace. The open Finns opened up an open market.
Here you can purchase all the unique souvenirs, handicrafts and household items with Nordic style, and you can taste the Nordic special food stalls with the sea breeze of the Baltic Sea and the relatively low price.
At the end of the market square is the beautiful southern pier. The field of vision suddenly opened up a lot. The sea breeze is unscrupulous, seabirds occasionally fly low, and the ice on the sea surface is slowly melting. Here is the most lazy side of Helsinki.
There is a square across the iconic buildings that symbolize the highest power. This is almost impossible for every city. The difference is probably only - what is on the square? In Helsinki, the answer is: open-air free market.
Yes, there is a famous local free market on the square opposite the Presidential Palace in Finland, and the neighbors of this free market are the Supreme Court of Finland and the Helsinki City Hall. The open-air market is open all year round, especially during the summer, from mid-May to late August, and will be extended to the evening.
When you are tired, you can sit in the open-air cafe on the side of the square, basking in the warm sun and blowing the sea breeze, watching the sea and the sea, or watching the imaginative performances of street performers, such a pleasant afternoon. Time, other places are really hard to find!