Helsinki on Instagram-My days in Helsinki

Featured image photo credit:Marian Alin Photography

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Helsinki is one city I am still getting to know even after having lived here for about 4 years. Top of that, Helsinki is not a very big city to explore and yet everyday is a learning experience the moment I get out of my apartment. There are still many places I haven’t been to and there are still many places that I see in different light every time I explore them. This journey of discovering this city has been so incredibly fun and special that I have been posting Helsinki Instagram photos from the photo collection of my discoveries and favourite places in Helsinki for quite some time now.

But, I guess, I should post the same here as well for the sake of making this blog a complete experience journal in itself. Even though it is not possible to include everything in a single post, I have sorted out a few to share here. These posts are about some of the most Instagrammed or Instagrammable places in the city.

They may not be the best representation of the actual places but they pretty much sum up the things to visit in Helsinki, at least, for first timers.

So here’s Helsinki on Instagram for you!

I hope you enjoy these posts.

  • Kaivopuisto

The oldest park in central Helsinki.

  • Helsinki cathedral

The most beautiful landmark in Helsinki.

  • Tervasaari

A beautiful island located very close to the city center.

  • Finnair Skywheel

Another most-visited landmark in Helsinki.

  • Sibelius Park

A park and a monument dedicated to the country’s most beloved musician Jean Sibelius.

  • Katajanokka

An island very close t the Market Square.

  • Pornaistenniemi

The best nature walking trail in Helsinki.

  • Roihuvuoren Kirsikkapuisto

A park famous for its Spring-time Cherry blossom.

  • Aleksanterinkatu

The hippest street in city center.

  • Töölönlahti

A beautiful bay area with greenery located in the city center.

  • Talvipuutarha

The tropical-indoor garden of Helsinki.

  • Kiasma

A center for contemporary art exhibitions.



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