Great architecture, pagan bonfires and late-night bars – the Finnish capital is small, but it is a gem. Helsinki is the Pearl of the Baltic. If you travel to Finland and the finnish capital in the winter you will feel that they are waiting for the summer, In summer, it’s a wonderful sight. My tips to enjoy midnight sun in Finland and get 24 hours of light and adventure. As a stark contrast to the long and dark winter, Finland’s summer months are warm and light – in the most Northern parts of Finland the sun stays up for over 70 consecutive days. There is no sunset. When the endless sunlight shows up after the winter, the excitement of Finns take over the city. Extra hours of sun, means extra hours of city life. 24/7 – picnics that seem to last forever, Kaivopuisto offers nice scenery to spot the passing cruise ships. Perfect way to experience the never-setting sun with friends and a basket of snacks…
We checked in at Hotel Klaus K and got the experience of design and timeless elegance. In the stylish hotel the rooms are spacious, well designed and you feel great. The Hotel Klaus K. is a legend and has accommodated design freaks and world-class international artists like the Karusmäki film directors. The Klaus K. rich history tells numerous stories of moments in Finland’s history since 1940. Its worth it to check in and make your stay really memorable.
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