The red and white church is sacred and solemn. It is a photo with Santa Claus and a circle of friends. Take a look at the beautiful Finnish Fort in the snow. Experience the rare icebreaker all the way to the west. The Nordic town at night is like a fairy tale, and it is well known. The second Hara sleigh rides, remembering that the aurora filled with the sky makes you unforgettable. When you come to Finland, you can not only see the magnificent Aurora, but also see Santa Claus, let him give the Christmas gift to you, is it better?
Helsinki has a 100-kilometer coastline and more than 300 islands. The large central park and forest stretch out beyond the city centre... Suomenlinna is one of the best places to visit and the most worthwhile.
I spent a little more than two euros at the city centre terminal and bought a ticket to Suomenlinna (the round-trip ferry sailed all year round, every 40 minutes for the ferry). Twenty minutes later, I was placed in Suomenlinna, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This archipelago base was built in the mid-18th century (when Finland was part of Sweden), with six small islands and a number of different themed museums. With friends, follow the Finns' rhythm and sneak around while you don't have to worry about time. The last ferry will return to the city from the island very late.
There are many cannons of Russian rule during the vicinity of the King's Gate in Suomenlinna. Those cannons can be said to be the symbol of Suomenlinna, and they are still kept on the sandbank, and the cannons are so large that they can put their heads in. There are no tickets for Suomenlinna unless you want to visit the six museums on the island. Tickets are only purchased separately when visiting a museum. In the summer, you can also purchase a coupon for these six museums, valid for the entire summer (May 1 to September 30).
Since Suomenlinna is a famous sea defence site, many people come to Suomenlinna and will be immersed in the buildings and museums in the fort.
And really walked out of the fort to the beach, it is not the same natural scenery. A person on the vast seashore, blowing the sea breeze, watching the ice drifting, although a bit cold, but the scenery is still a lever, the Finnish version of the Blue Ice Lake!
Suomenlinna is built on a small island off the coast of Helsinki and is a masterpiece designed by Austin. Built more than 250 years ago, it is one of the largest sea defence military fortresses in the world and the most important and famous attraction in Finland. The Finnish castle also has monuments and historical sites such as churches, military camps, and gates. There are rare marine military relics in the world. In 1991, the Finnish castle was protected by UNESCO's World Heritage List. Suomenlinna is built on a small island off the coast of Helsinki. There is a special small pier on the island called Kauppatori Marina, near the St. John's Church in Helsinki, near the open-air market. (I heard that in the summer, you can also take JT. -Line company's water bus.) Just near the pier, there are several machines for automatic ticket sales. There is also a small ticket house, but no one sells tickets. The role of this pavilion is only used to shelter from the wind? When there is no sunshine, the pier is really cold to the bones. Figure 1 The King's Gate: A symbol of the Suomenlinna, built for military parade between 1753-1754. It is said that the location of the Kings Gate is where the Swedish King Adolf Fredrik anchored the ship when he visited the project in 1752.
Suomenlinna, located on the inner side of the Gulf of Helsinki, was once a military fortress and was listed by UNESCO on the World Heritage List in 1991. Although it is a famous military fortress in Finland, you can see the various fortifications left by the army at the time, but there are still many residents living on the island. This is a very interesting thing, the military atmosphere here is not so strong, on the contrary, because the Nordic Art Center is located here, artists prefer to do some creation on the island.