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Helsinki
Finland is a Northern European nation bordering Sweden, Norway and Russia. Its capital, Helsinki, occupies a peninsula and surrounding islands in the Baltic Sea. Helsinki is home to the 18th-century sea fortress Suomenlinna, the fashionable Design District and diverse museums. The Northern Lights can be seen from the country's Arctic Lapland province, a vast wilderness with national parks and ski resorts.

Finland belongs wholly to the temperate coniferous-mixed forest zone with cold, wet winters. The mean temperature of the warmest month is no lower than 10°C and that of the coldest month no higher than -3°C. Rainfall is moderate in all seasons

The currency of Finland is Euro (EUR)

Day
1
Arrival Helsinki, transfer from Airport to Hotel
  • Day free for leisure
  • Overnight stay at Hotel

Suggested Activities

Helsinki Dinner Cruise- SEnjoy a wonderful cruise in the beautiful western archipelago admiring the wonderful views while you relax in a nice atmosphere. The white, nordic summer nights on board our boats are a good way to spend time with friends and family.The menu on the 7 pm dinner cruise is now a two or three course sitting dinner. Step on board and enjoy the scenery of the beautiful Finnish archipelago while you enjoy a wonderful meal on board!

Day
2
  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Day free for leisure
  • Overnight stay at hotel

Suggested Activities

Tallinn Day Cruise - Join on board this guided day trip to historical Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. The crossing from Helsinki will take 2 hours after which you will arrive in Tallinn where your professional guide will meet you and show you the city for about 6 hours. During the tour you will see the main city square and the city hall, towers and houses of guilds from Middle Ages, Toompea Castle, Aleksandr Nevsky Cathedral and Kadriorg Park and much more. After the city tour you will take ferry back to Helsinki. You tour will finish at your hotel around 10pm.

 Budapest Scenic Flight by Private Plane Experience a birds-eye view of Budapest on a thrilling 30-minute flight. You’ll be served a glass of Hungarian sparkling wine before hopping aboard a private, 4-passenger plane to witness spectacular views of the city. Fly over the Parliament Building, Buda Castle and the famous Chain Bridge, and enjoy aerial views of Fisherman’s Bastion and the statues at Momento Park. At the end of your journey, you’ll be given a souvenir flight video so you can experience your trip again and again.

Trip to Medieval Porvoo -Join this half day tour to get an insight into the history and present day of Finland's second oldest town. You will hear fascinating stories about people who have lived in and visited the town and have a chance to visit many of the attractions of this beautiful city, such as Porvoo Cathedral and the Old Town Hall.

Day
3
  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Day free for leisure
  • Overnight stay at hotel

Suggested Activities

Sailing Tour in Helsinki Archipelago - : Sailing is a great way to enjoy the outdoors and see the sights and most importantly; have fun! The sailing tour starts with a pickup from your hotel. The instructor will teach you how to sail the boat during a sightseeing sailing tour around Suomenlinna fortress or other islands around Helsinki. This is the best way to see Helsinki! Helsinki’s archipelago offers great opportunities for unique nature experiences. The best way to see Helsinki is from the sea. The tour starts with a pickup from your centrally located Hotel in Helsinki in the morning. From your hotel you will be driven to the small idyllic yacht harbor in Kulosaari, about 10 minutes from the city center by car. At the yacht harbor you will be equipped with sailing gear, and short introduction to sailing is given by your instructor/guide. You will then leave the harbor and sail towards the city while enjoying the view the wind and hopefully the sun. There are many routes to choose from, and the sailing instructor/guide will explain what you can see on the shoreline. During the tour you can enjoy sandwiches and drinks on the boat. After the sailing tour you can be dropped off in the city, or on one of the many islands around Helsinki.

 Helsinki Pub Crawl - It’s time to party! Finally the best concept to meet people and get tipsy has landed in Helsinki. You’ll be provided a crash course on local ways of drinking and partying. The prize includes some free drinks and all the entrance fees. On top of the usual, you are also offered a chance to experience the local karaoke and club scene.This popular worldwide concept has finally arrived in the capital city of Finland. In Helsinki the pub crawl obviously takes place in Kallio – the trendy and diverse district, filled with all sorts of subcultures – only a few minutes away from the city center by tram or subway. This is the place where the locals go for bar hopping.The crawl includes four venues: 3 bars and a nightclub. You will receive a free drink in each venue and entrance fees are also included in all. Please remember to bring your ID to prove your age, as all clubs will require this. The tour starts at 8pm at Bar Iltakoulu, which is located very close to Sörnäinen metro station. Just look out for your guide with a green cap.You will spend near to an hour in each place. All the venues are within short walking distance from each other.

Day
4
  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Check Out
  • Transfer Airport

Return Home with Happy Memories of Your Tour!!!

Olo Restaurant

Olo is a restaurant in Helsinki, Finland, founded by Pekka Terävä, Petri Lukkarinen and Timo Sailama in 2006. It is located on Pohjoisesplanadi 5 in central Helsinki. Olo was awarded one Michelin star in 2011.

Gaijin Restaurant

The idea of a modern Asian restaurant in Helsinki was born when Tomi Björck and Matti Wikberg, the founders of Gaijin, worked together at Chez Dominique. Serving modern Southeast Asian food, Farang opened its doors in 2009. Before opening Farang, Tomi and Matti already had an idea for another restaurant that would offer modern Asian food in the heart of the city, but from another part of Asia. Trips to China, Korea and Japan as well as to Sydney, the mecca of modern Asian cuisine, and New York have influenced Gaijin’s menu. Gaijin offers authentic north Asian flavors in a modern way.

Sea Horse Restaurant

Sea Horse is a restaurant in Helsinki, Finland, founded in 1934. Since its founding, it has paid attention to the traditional Finnish restaurant culture with both its interior and its menu. It is colloquially called Sikala.

Samrat Indian Restaurant

Along the years there Tandoori, Tikka and Masala dishes become one of the most popular dishes among our visitors. In addition to this a quick and joyful service and your taste sensation will be guaranteed! During the evenings the romantic atmosphere appeals customers to spend an idyllic evening in candle light. Interior decoration has been given lots of thoughts; whole wood furniture and impressive Indian decorations create a real authentic mood. Many groups come especially to enjoy this unique atmosphere and excellent Indian food. In summer times it´s worth dropping in their summer terrace for a glass of Indian beer – and the imaginative trip to India is just about to begin!

Maharaja Indian Restaurant

They are expert in Sea Food, Try their delicious Prawn Korma, Garlic Prawn, Fish Butter Masala, Fish Jalfrezi and many more .

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Hotel Haven

In the center of Budapest, this palatial, landmark hotel is a 5 minute walk from a metro station, an 8-minute walk from Andrássy Avenue and 2.1 km from the Chain Bridge.

Lilla Roberts

In a former power plant built in 1908, this stylish luxury hotel is an 11-minute walk from the Ateneum art museum, 2 km from Temppeliaukio Church and 5 km from the Helsinki Zoo. Chic rooms with art deco bathrooms offer free Wi-FI, flat-screen TVs and minibars. Plush, upgraded rooms add sitting areas and Nespresso machines, while sophisticated suites have dining tables and bathtubs.

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