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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEurohostel Helsinki
Stay for a few nights to try and work on my social anxiety while traveling.
The hostel is clean, staff are bright and friendly.
Bathrooms are immaculate and post when they were last cleaned; I noted several times a day.
Tram Line 4 stops right in front of the building which is great for travel and easy access to other parts of Helsinki and the ports to take the ferry across to Estonia.
Single room is everything you need for an overnight stay or a stay of a few days even.
Wifi is great and easily accessable, its also free.
Be sure to take the Finnair bus to the city centre, (5,70€ can be purchased online and printed out. You don't even need to have a reservation with Finnair to use the bus.) Then you can take Tram 4 in the direction of Katajanokka and get off at the Vyökatu stop, which is right in front of the hostel. The sign is small, so if dark, it may be a little hard to see.
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Helsinki. The only reason we are here is because flights to Tallinn were too long (19 hours!!) and/or too expensive. I think it's fair to say that our, well my, expectations weren't especially high. However, I was pleasantly surprised and, not for the first time, had to eat my words. We landed and took the cheap and convenient public bus to …
... and stores where I can buy my water bottles.
I stepped out for a walk and supper only after 7pm at which time the sun made an appearance. It's going to be a rainy week, in fact, the regions I'm visiting are being hit by a system causing bad weather.
So far I haven't seen anything special. The city is small, clean and looks empty, feels safe and comfortable. There are many tourists and most locals speak ...
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... There is at least one for all the different arts and interests and we will visit just a few before being "museumed out". Also everywhere you look, the horizon is broken by church spires ...every direction, and we have seen inside a few of them too. So today we stared off later and took the metro to Globen station where close by is the Ericsson hemispherical building. It is actually a huge arena for concerts or skating or any other performance you want to name but it's ...
... on the nearest tram and took the route Anniina had mapped out to get back to the center of town.
We met up with Anniina again at Kaisla, a pub with an extensive variety of beers from all over Europe and the US. We had initially bonded with Anniina over our mutual love of beer, and her recommendation did not disappoint. We talked beer with Anniina and her boyfriend as long as we could before taking a brisk walk back along the waterfront to the cruise ship.