Hotel Skatta

Address: Linnakatu 3, Helsinki, Southern Finland, 00160, Finland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Eteläinen area of Helsinki, is near Russian Orthodox Cathedral, Senate Square (Senaatintori), Kauppatori, and Katajanokka.
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    Travel Blogs from Helsinki


    A travel blog entry by thelongwaytonz on Oct 26, 2014

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    Helsinki favourites: Brunch at Cafe Engel opposite Helsinki Cathedral Temppeliaukio church - a church built inside a large granite rock The Sibelius monument, a piece of art made of 600 steel pipes Hot drinks and cinnamon roll in the tiny wood cabin cafe by the sea The numerous shopping centres that all seemed to have the same shops even though they were beside each other. Reindeer sushi But the best thing about Helsinki was probably getting to Helsinki. The ferry ...

    The Finns and the Russians

    A travel blog entry by maryham on Sep 10, 2014

    ... over. Aino had nothing good to say about the Russians.

    But the influence of Russia is all around Helsinki. The city as it is today was established by Russian Tsar Alexander I and his statue is in the parliament square. Many of the buildings have that bleak grey look that's typical Russian.

    We had dinner at a trendy Finnish style tapas restaurant - I ate the local crayfish (which is no bigger than shrimp) and a whitefish roe which is a local delicacy.


    4th Stop Helsinki

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 14, 2014

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    ... with fresh caught fish and plenty of dill, it was delicious. Once we finished we headed next door to the indoor part of the market, known as Kauppahalli which was also very pretty and had lots of additional little restaurants and stands as well.

    Helsinki was a quick stop compared to our time in Russia but we really enjoyed it, especially the island fortress. Next stop…Stockholm! David & ...

    Helsinki, Finland

    A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on Jul 25, 2014

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... chic and sophisticated.

    From the very beginning, Marimekko was a company made by women for women. The company’s CEO, Armi Ratia, was responsible for making the avant-garde designs of female artists like Maija Isola a part of the Marimekko identity. In the 1960s, bold prints and boxy fashions became the height of fashion in Finland and abroad, launching ...

    Cutlets are Rissoles

    A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 18, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... of old artillery guns, but with all the grass growing up and around them because they don't see many tourists - which gave the whole place a much more exploratory feeling that I enjoyed. With increasingly sore feet I walked back to the ferry terminal, and the ferry pulled up just as I arrived. Once back on the mainland I wandered through the market which sells mostly cheap (but expensive) souvenirs until I found the fruit area. 2 Euros later I had two bananas, 4 apricots and ...