Hostel Suomenlinna

Address: Suomenlinna C 9, Helsinki, Southern Finland, 00190, Finland | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located on Suomenlinna C 9, Helsinki, is near Suomenlinna Castle, Mannerheim Museum, Doll & Toy Museum (Suomenlinnan Nukke- ja lelumuseo), and Czarina's Stone.
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    Travel Blogs from Helsinki

    Goodbye to Finland

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Jan 19, 2015

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    ... luggage store and put on the flight. It had. We dropped our suitcase off, said our goodbyes to Sari and then headed through the security. Our time in Finland was rapidly coming to an end.

    Despite leaving it so late to travel to the airport, we still had time for a quick look around the few shops that were open. The airport’s duty free zone was having a huge makeover and was boarded up so only a few of the smaller shops in the ...

    Helsinki, Finland

    A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 13, 2014

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    ... to Tallinn, Estonia. I searched a little more on Russian visas and found that they have a 72 hour Visa free ferry from Helsinki to St. Petersburg. If you book a berth on the St. Peter line, it costs the same as a Russian Visa. Such a deal! I jumped on it and now I'm watching the bay of Finland roll by as Russian tourists play casino games and buy duty free booze behind me.

    Deanne and I didn't expect much from Helsinki. We'd heard mixed reviews ...

    Helsinki - Day 3

    A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Aug 21, 2014

    ... to that building) and the fortress was annexed by Finland and that is when it was named Suomenlinna, During the Second World Ward, the fortress served as a coastal artillery, anti-aircraft artillery and submarine base. Only one submarine is on the island now.
    During the fortress' construction, the aristocracy of ...

    Start of the 2014 World Dog Show

    A travel blog entry by blaurin on Aug 08, 2014

    ... the bits of paper you seem to collect while travelling lying about the place. Washing duly started, we took the tram to the venue - and joined the queue to get in! It wasn't too bad, moving fairly quickly in fact, so we were soon inside and looking at this mass of people, dogs and trade stalls. Where to start! As tempting as the trade stalls were, we decided to watch the judging of the Tollers, as one of Sarina's friends ...

    Finland

    A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on Jul 03, 2014

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    ... and also 200,000 lakes. The country was founded in the 1500's by King Gustav of Sweden and the Swedish ruled until 1809 when the Russians took over the country. It has only been independent since 1917. Ship building is a big industry. There are two official languages - Finnish and Swedish. Finland joined the EU in 1995 but does not belong to NATO. It is a very beautiful and vibrant city with many parks and flowers everytwehre. ...

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