At Linnunlaulu bridge, a bridge crossing from Linnunlaulu wooden villa area to Tokoinranta, the view to the city is fantastic at all times of the day, but perhaps on it's best at dusk or dawn. The bridge is also popular among train enthusiasts while it's crossing the railway tracks to and from Helsinki main railway station. From here it's possible to see both to the city centre as well as to Pasila.
Allas Sea Pool is a marine spa and an oasis of urban culture right at the heart of the city.
Verkkokauppa.com is a big home-electronics and IT store with over 50 000 different items for sale, also eg. toys and sports equipment. There's also a café, Wi-Fi, a sightseeing terrace with a MiG-21BIS fighter as well as a 24 h kiosk where it is possible to buy items on stock as well as pick up online orders.
The sculpture Bad Bad Boy by Tommi Toija is situated outside the electronics store.
Suomenlinna sea fortress is a Unesco World Heritage Site located on the coast of Helsinki, and also a suburb of Helsinki with around 800 residents.
The Stadium tower is very characteristic and identifies the Helsinki Olympic Stadium among its peers around the world. It is also one of the best known constructions and sites in Helsinki. The 80 years of the Tower's history are made of many stories and celebrations. At 72 metres from the ground, the Tower of the Olympic stadium is one of the best place to admire Helsinki from high above.
The landmark of Helsinki city center, Solo Sokos Hotel Torni, has opened its doors completely renovated.
SkyWheel Helsinki, located in Katajanokka, is a 40-meter high observation wheel that provides a 360° view of Helsinki and its most important surrounding attractions. Possible to also book a VIP-gondola or sauna-gondola.
This sculptural wooden structure is situated in the Helsinki Zoo at Korkeasaari island and was designed by architect Ville Hara as a graduation project (2002).
Completed on Tähtitorninmäki hill in 1834, The Observatory now functions as the astronomy visitors centre of the Helsinki University Museum.
The Ateljee Bar, which has been operating since 1951, is located on the top floors of Hotel Torni.