The European capital of cool that keeps getting cooler – by way of the coolest place on earth
“The city of Helsinki is one of the coolest places on the planet”
Founded in 1550, Helsinki is a modern Finnish city of more than 3 million people, who live in a wide array of architectural styles and landscapes, each with their own character and charm. The city has more museums than any other city in the world and is the only European capital to host a Winter Olympics three times, including the most recent in 2014.
The City of Helsinki is a small city with a population of 3 million people, which has been home to the country’s capital since 1550. It’s also one of the coolest places on Earth, with a wide array of cultural attractions, from ancient wooden churches to the world’s most iconic concert hall, and a host of architectural jewels that are just waiting for you to see them.
Whether you choose to walk, take the tram or take a lift (there are more than 6,000 of them in the city) – you will never lose sight of the stunning beauty of the city.
When you consider the fact that it has been home to the world’s capital since 1550 and is the only European capital to host a Winter Olympics three times, it’s easy to understand why Helsinki is a city that the rest of the world truly enjoys getting to know.
The city of Helsinki is one of the coolest places on the planet. Its history is one of peace, and its history is one of progress. Helsinki is a city that is very proud about being an European capital and is a source of inspiration to many countries.
With its unique character and diversity, the city of Helsinki is a place that every visitor has to visit (or else lose all hope of ever getting to know it). The city of Helsinki has a history of more than 600 years and its monuments are an important part of Finnish culture.
The history of Helsinki began long ago, when the first capital of Finland was established here in 1550. That is when the first capital of Western Finland was moved from Uusikaupunki (Uusikavainuu) to