At the shopping centre Citycenter you'll find over 70 stores, cafes & restaurants and other services. Citycenter at Makkaratalo has been the meeting point for Helsinkians from 1967.
Kontula shopping mall opened in 1967 and is Finland's largest open space shopping centre. The shopping centre offers daily commercial services.
Puhos is a shopping centre in Itäkeskus that was opened in 1965. Today there are approx. 20 shops and restaurants in the shopping centre.
According to the Statistics Finland, the average Finnish summer cottage is 48m2. Quickly calculated this means that there would be room for 1250 summer cottages in the new shopping centre REDI at Kalasatama. And what do people do at the cottages then? Eat, enjoy, exercise and meet with friends to mention a few - precisely like in REDI.
K1 is the floor for grocery shopping and other daily needed services.
Fashion for each style can be found on the 1st floor.
2nd floor is all about beauty and wellness, as well as interior design.
3rd floor caters the fun part, entertainment from movie theatres to a virtual park.
On the 4th floor it's exercise for kids, yoga and gym.
Easton Helsinki, in Itäkeskus, is a shopping centre that reflects the culture and values of the people around it. Easton is about a sense of community, an easier every day, and some of the best food to be found in east Helsinki.
Easton offers over 30 shops, services and restaurants, including the K-Citymarket Easton.
Easton building was designed by Lahdelma & Mahlamäki.
Shopping centre Ruoholahti has some 20 shops and businesses under its' roof, eg. K-Citymarket, K-Rauta, Jysk and Tokmanni.
Kluuvi's specialized shops offer a unique selection of top fashion for both men and women, and the wide range of restaurants and cafés offer something for everyone.
Shopping centre Kamppi Helsinki in thecity centre offers more than 150 shops, cafés and restaurants.
Itis shopping centre is among the largest shopping centers in Finland with over 120 stores, tens of restaurants and cafés and over 50 services ranging from private to public. The number of restaurants in Itis increased with the opening of the new restaurant section EATIS.
There's also the 9-screen multiplex IMAX cinema, Finnkino Itis.
Forum is a genuine local shopping centre in downtown Helsinki. Over 140 shops and services, Finnish and international brands and a variety of cafés and restaurants.