Centro Hotel Turku

Yliopistonkatu 12a, Turku, Western Finland, 20100, Finland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Yliopistonkatu 12a, Turku, is near Turku Cathedral, Luostarinmaki Handicrafts Museum, Kirjais, and Kolovesi National Park.
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    A travel blog entry by bmbobel on Jul 19, 2014

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    ... spent a lot of time in Turku when he was an exchange student, so he had to show me his old stomping grounds (which mainly included places where he used to imbibe). One of the pubs that he regularly frequented was in a mall, so as we were walking through we stopped in Merimekko. The Finnish brand has a strong American presence thanks to their partnership with Crate & Barrel, but we stopped in anyway. Before you knew it, we were walking out with the bright, floral pillow ...

    Naantali & a traditional Finnish sea cottage

    A travel blog entry by bmbobel on Jul 17, 2014

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    ... old town with cobblestone streets and a beautiful waterfront with restaurants and a marina. We checked one of the restaurants to see if Pekka's granddaughter was working (she wasn't) and continued down the street peeking into stores along the way. One of Pekka's former students owns a gift shop and spotted us, so we stopped to say hi and check out his store (all tchotchkes). After a stop for ice cream, I insisted on going to the Moomin store (Naantali ...

    Snoring Monk and Happy Nun

    A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on May 22, 2014

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    ... hopping and sightseeing. The first stop was Luostarinmaki Handicrafts Museum. This is actually a small section of the city that escaped the devastating carnage of a fire in 1827. It was the lower-class part of town, composed of wooden houses and small workshops. Although only a small fraction of the buildings were open for exploring, it was enough to get a feel for what life must have been like for the craftsmen and their families that lived here once upon a ...


    A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Jun 22, 2013

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    ... slide its way around the Stockholm archipelago islands and into the Finnish archipelago islands. The archipelagos on both sides are small islands, some with inhabitants and other forms of life that follow you all the way in-between Stockholm and Turku. The islands are rocky, have pine trees and would be amazingly cold during winter. Although territory different, you couldn’t really tell the difference between these little island groups, apart from the patriotic ...

    Day 24 - Stockholm to Turku

    A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on Jun 12, 2013

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    ... spew out cars, lorries and buses, and the check in process began. Being good international travellers, we had read and digested the terms and conditions of carriage. We had our booking number, our payment receipt number, our passports ready for inspection. We even had a magnetic GB plate standing by to be slapped on the back of the bus before you could say 'International Convention for Motor Vehicles 1947' if anybody took exception to our SCO/EU number plates. However when ...