Hellsten Helsinki Senate

Address: Kauppiaankatu 5, Helsinki, Southern Finland, 00160, Finland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Eteläinen area of Helsinki, is near Russian Orthodox Cathedral, Senate Square (Senaatintori), Kauppatori, and Katajanokka.
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      Today we go to church....

      A travel blog entry by plspoon on Jan 28, 2015

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... which is the Lutheran Cathedral. While we were there, we listened to a short organ recital which was really good. Always love to hear an organ played in a large cathedral. This cathedral is white inside and out and very Finnish.

      After Tuomiokirkko we went onto see a very unusual chapel, Kamppi chapel which is made of wood and looks very strange. It is very quiet and peaceful inside even though ...

      So many things I wish you were here to see

      A travel blog entry by andrewwoods94 on Dec 03, 2014

      1 comment

      Today was our travelling day. Morning was pretty dull just had a light training and then had to pack up my home for the past 8 nights. It was a pretty cool place, I dunno how much you would liked it but just the facilities and location is pretty incredible. Nothing like it in Australia- maybe the AIS. We then travelled to boring old ...

      Hell, it's cold in Helsinki!

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 05, 2014

      ... around the terminal and taking turns to browse the tourist shops while the other stayed with the bags. Eventually we boarded the MS Star, bound for Helsinki. Before we'd even left port, we had our first encounter with the obligatory rude Asian tourist group. First, many of them were pushing in front of us in the queue for the luggage room. Then, when we finally got to the luggage room, I stopped to let one of them out the door before we blocked it with our bags. She used it as ...

      Restaurant day!

      A travel blog entry by mattyk on Aug 17, 2014

      10 photos

      ... on with their weekends with family and friends. Most places were closed but it didn't really matter as Kate and I are seasoned window shoppers after visiting France in August. Kate was drawn to a lovely little shop window by a pair of shoes! As we peered through the window everything in the shop you would buy. All reasonably priced ish. An interestingly attired lady came down so we asked if the shop was open. It wasn't but she ...

      Beautiful Coastline and Bays

      A travel blog entry by khillski on Aug 05, 2014

      22 photos

      ... Line Ferry terminal. Geographically, the largest attraction in Helsinki is the 18th-century island fortress Suomenlinna (''Finland's Fortress'') also known as Sveaborg in Swedish, the other main language of Finland. Suomenlinna, reached by a 15-minute boat ride from Market Square, was built on six islands, beginning in 1748, to protect the Swedish empire from Russia. It surrendered in 1808 during the Finnish War with hardly a shot fired, though it was later ...

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      The Senate Square (Senaatintori)
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