Hevossilta is perfectly located. You can easily make day trips to some of the main towns in Finland.
Lack of time is not necessarily a problem because it is possible to walk through the main sights in just a day. You just need some prioritising and good planning! Hevossilta stuff is happy to help you.
For larger groups please contact directly Hevossilta.
CITY CULTURE IN THE HEART OF ARCHIPELAGO
The River Aura is the heart and soul of the city, at the estuary of which Finland’s oldest city began to grow in the early 13th century. Over 800 years of urban history has not reduced the significanve of the river to the image of Turku – quite the opposite.
The Castle and Cathedral are the two poles of historic Turku, between which just about every important site in the city can be found.
The Capital of Finland offers lots to see, do and experience for visitors of all ages. Helsinki is one of the few capital cities in the world where nature is so close, even in the heart of the city!
Finland’s world-renowned modern design heritage can be seen everywhere in Helsinki. The cityscape in Helsinki harmoniously combines elements of Neoclassicism, Art Nouveau, Alvar Aalto and contemporary architecture, offering a fascinating journey through the changing styles of past centuries.
The City of Hämeenlinna was founded in 1639. Hämeenlinna presents the ideal combination of nature and culture. The city is full of historical sights and surrounded by beautiful nature reserves. The city’s landmark is its medieval red brick castle.Hämeenlinna is also famous for its unique Aulanko Park.