Hotelli Victoria

Itsenaisyydenkatu 1, Tampere, Western Finland, 33100, Finland | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Itsenaisyydenkatu 1, Tampere, is near Europe House, Ahaa Teatteri, Andiamo Kenka Tavastia, and Akateeminen Kirjakauppa.
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    Travel Blogs from Tampere

    Sayaniemi Camping, near Puhelin

    A travel blog entry by johndibbo on Jun 18, 2014

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    ... managed to park close to the city centre enabling us to walk through - different when there is no snow lying around. Looking for a coffee shop we found the covered market, actually full of busy city people taking lunch and a superb range to fish for sale. In fact this is the biggest covered market in Scandinavia, according to Pinterest - more research to check this ...

    A sprint to the Finnish

    A travel blog entry by quinlet on Jun 16, 2014

    ... tower. The views were fantastic of both lakes and the city. The sun did not set before 1030, when we left and the food was great. A really nice evening.

    There was a good breakfast the next morning before we went to the Finnpark office for our board meeting. It had been raining when I got up, became sunny, but was snowing a blizzard by the time we got to the office. What a contrast.

    After lunch we visited the ...

    Meat and Beer

    A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on May 24, 2014

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    ... The first was the Lenin-Museo (Lenin Museum). Located in a former worker's hall, this is where Lenin and Stalin first met in 1905, fell in love, and lived happily ever after...if only. The museum is probably very interesting. However, I couldn't tell you since everything was in Finnish. Taking that into account, what could have been hours spent absorbing a ton of information devolved into looking at a few bronze statues, oil paintings, ...

    Naked men in elf hats

    A travel blog entry by malnoon on Oct 17, 2013

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    By Paul I'm now in a smaller city north of Helsinki, called Tampere. It's the home of 2 of Finlands oldest saunas. I've included a photo of 1 I went to, Rauhaniemi sauna. I found that before going into a Finnish sauna it is good to ask alot of questions, the first one being can I keep my trunks on. They said "yes". It was amazing. You go in the sauna, then get out, walk outside, walk along a rock down ...

    To the Far North: our weekend trip to Lapland

    A travel blog entry by juri_mp on Aug 21, 2010

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    ... be fascinating for Slovaks. 20 minutes before Tampere we were passing Nokia, which is actually a town where the famous Nokia cellphones come from. Well, not really, not a single cell phone was manufactured in this small Finnish city, but this company was found here. It had been famous long time before they broadened out their products to cell phones. Nokia still produces high-quality winter tires and different stuff in this factory ...