Flights to Helsinki (FI)

Welcome to Helsinki, the largest city and capital of Finland. Helsinki International Airport offers service to North America and daily connections throughout Europe. This large city has managed to maintain a smaller town feel and one immediately feels at ease while dining at one of the many bars and cafes the town has to offer. Perhaps the most famous site in Helsinki is the Lutheran Cathedral. This gorgeous white cathedral is the pride of the city and many visit it each year. There are many other churches, museums and galleries located throughout the city as well, including the Ateneum Art Museum, the National Museum of Finland and the Museum of Cultures. First class hotels are widely available in the city and there is no shortage of fine dining, bars and clubs to keep the nightlife healthy and vibrant.

Finland is a Scandinavian country with brilliant landscape and unique, diverse tradition and culture. The country enjoys extremely diverse geographical landscapes from majestic mountains, tranquil lakes and deep wooded areas. This has made Finland a top destination for those seeking an adventurous holiday away from home. The country boasts a very healthy financial economy as well. An EU member, it regular hosts international business conventions and fairs. From world class skiing to first rate city life in Helsinki, Finland truly offers it all!
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Map Helsinki

Places of interest

  • Suomenlinna Fortress
  • Finnish National Theatre
  • Aleksanterinkatu Street
  • Helsinki Cathedral
  • Senate Square

More info about your Helsinki city trip

  • Helsinki Tourist Information
  • Pohjoisesplanadi 19
  • 00100 Helsinki
  • Tel. (+358) 9 16 93 76 7

Flight offers to Helsinki

Top offers for Helsinki

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1. London-Helsinki
11/01 - 15/01/2017 London-Helsinki Aeroflot
2. Manchester-Helsinki
27/11 - 08/12/2016 Manchester-Helsinki Multiple Carriers
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3. Aberdeen-Helsinki
07/12 - 18/12/2016 Aberdeen-Helsinki Multiple Carriers
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4. Birmingham-Helsinki
19/12 - 02/01/2017 Birmingham-Helsinki Lufthansa
5. Glasgow-Helsinki
08/11 - 22/12/2016 Glasgow-Helsinki Multiple Carriers
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6. Belfast-Helsinki
24/11 - 14/12/2016 Belfast-Helsinki Multiple Carriers
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7. Bradford-Helsinki
08/12 - 12/01/2017 Bradford-Helsinki Multiple Carriers
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8. Carlisle-Helsinki
18/12 - 09/02/2017 Carlisle-Helsinki Multiple Carriers
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9. Cardiff-Helsinki
11/11 - 26/11/2016 Cardiff-Helsinki Multiple Carriers
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The weather in Helsinki varies according to the seasons. In the winter, the mercury plunges well below zero and the sea often freezes, but lucky visitors willing to brave the exceptional cold may get to see the spectacular Aurora Borealis. Spring and autumn are when the city comes to life in a blaze of natural glory, but during the summer, the days are long and warm (up to nineteen hours of daylight), which is why it is perhaps the best time to visit the city.


Helsinki has a great selection of big name stores, vast shopping malls, and speciality boutiques selling local handicrafts and collectibles, and it is possible to shop even when a blizzard rages outdoors. The Itäkeskus Shopping Centre in the eastern part of the city is huge and no matter how inclement the weather, visitors can stay warm and dry inside whilst shopping for bargains. And for those looking for locally made gifts, souvenirs and handicrafts, the Kiseleff House in the city centre is worth a look.


Contrary to what many people believe, there is a lot more to Helsinki cuisine than reindeer steaks and plates full of herring, although seafood is a very common ingredient on local menus. Sapas made from salmon, reindeer tongue and sour cream is a delicious Helsinki specialty, but Finnish meatballs served with gravy and mashed potatoes are a tasty alternative. Dishes also vary according to the season: Look out for pea soup in February, venison in the summer, and lingonberries in the autumn.


Helsinki may not be able to compete with the likes of Ibiza, but the city has enough clubs and bars to keep even the most hardcore party animal happy. Most clubs and bars open in the late evening and stay open to around 4pm. For a chilled experience, try the Arctic Ice Bar where the walls are made from ice cubes. Live music is also very popular in Finland’s capital—home-grown and international pop and rock bands play regular gigs at venues around the city.

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