Seurahovi Hotel

Address: Rauhankatu 27, Porvoo, Southern Finland, 06100, Finland | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Rauhankatu 27, Porvoo, is near Helsinki Zoo (Korkeasaari Elaintarha) and Cathedral of Porvoo.
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    Travel Blogs from Porvoo

    Some people party for Graduation...we get cultured

    A travel blog entry by pieceofparadise on Jun 10, 2014

    22 photos

    ... as the salmon fillet or reindeer dishes or simply peruse handmade local items such as the reindeer horn trinkets. Warning:they also see reindeer, mink and snow fox pelts which are their local trades, so please take this into account if visiting.

    If you're musically inclined the following day should be spent outdoors as much as possible. Take in the Jean Sibelius monument in the park similarly named. The monument is made up of over 600 metal pipes ...

    Helsinki Fort Tour

    A travel blog entry by rviaucar on May 31, 2014

    21 photos

    ... dock. This is a World Heritage Site with 1000 people still living there. To live there you have to apply and provide 3 reasons why you should be allowed to live there. One might be that your family has always lived there, another might be that your ancestor was stationed there.

    From here we almost missed our bus back to the ship.... but this is only the second time this has happened to us so we knew we had one more chance. ...

    Wandering around Helsinki

    A travel blog entry by pandasphere on May 03, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... and vegetables, and lots of Finnish cuisine. Market Square leads into the Finnish Esplanade (or Etelaesplanadi), which is just a few blocks of greenery with several sculptures. One was of a mermaid, commemorating the sea. One was of the Finnish national poet, whose name I do not recall, but was interesting for two reasons. First, while being the author of the Finnish national anthem, the man is actually Swedish. Second, the sculpture was covered in birdshit. I ...

    Day 6 - Helsinki

    A travel blog entry by britt.mark on Apr 27, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... thing straight away is that wood is everywhere.

    Metal supports, forget it, concrete formwork is individual plans of wood that you could build a dozen houses with.

    Quick bus ride into Helsinki and we are in our hotel, a former gaol.

    Things are a little different than in France.

    Roads are not race tracks, parking rules are not an optional extra, cars have been known to ...

    An Introduction to Finland

    A travel blog entry by chop49 on Sep 04, 2013

    17 photos

    ... for the two-hour high-speed trip to Lappeenranta. In the old days before higher speed trains, it was close to a four-hour trip, so at double the speed, we zipped past the countryside of forest and farms. The ride was smooth and the seats comfortable. The only problem we experienced was that the guy who sat across the aisle from us talked incessantly on his mobile phone from the moment we sat down in our seats until we departed the train in Lappeenranta. My experience ...