[Fun] The real park embodies the Olympic spirit and the characteristics of Finland, not luxurious or exaggerated. Helsinki is one of the happiest cities in the world, with numerous sports and cultural facilities!
The parks are large, and the parks built for the Olympics, with various theme activities, highlight the Olympic spirit.
The Olympic venue is now a hostel, the tower is next to the hostel, forget to charge or not, but it is said that Helsinki used to command the high point...can climb up and overlook the city...
Very big park with good air and lots of people coming in for spring break
Helsinki, Finland. Olympic Park, Helsingin Olympiastadion. Inaugurated in 1938, the Summer Olympic Games of 1940, the Summer Olympic Games of 1952, the World Athletics Championships of 1983, the World Athletics Championships of 2005. It is worth mentioning that there are two magnificent buildings, one in memory of Mati Yervinen won the javelin championship at the 1932 Olympics, and one is the bronze statue of Pavo Rumi, a Finnish long-distance runner.