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  • What to see in Helsinki in 1 day

    Discover the top attractions and must-see sights in Helsinki for a memorable one-day itinerary. Explore Fenix.info for expert travel guides and recommendations. An itinerary of Helsinki's main attractions. No matter how you look at it, when travelling in Northern Europe, you can't avoid meeting Helsinki. Tourists often make a connection in Helsinki. Instead of waiting for your next flight at Vantaa Airport, you can take a walk through the city center. The city of Helsinki has been the capital of Finland for a long time, and not in the early days of its existence. As they say, capitals are not born, they become! Here one can admire the gulf of Finland and its stylish architecture. Finns know how to harmoniously combine natural and artificial materials, simple and sophisticated form. Consequently, there are many unusual buildings, monuments and churches. In 2012, Helsinki was even awarded the status of World Design Capital. We have put together a 4 km walking route around Helsinki During the walk you can get around the centre at a comfortable pace and see the main attractions of the Finnish capital: Temppeliaukio Church Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art Mannerheim Avenue Esplanade Park Senate Square: the calling card of Helsinki Kaisa and Oodi Libraries New Opera House and Music House Swedish Theatre Assumption Cathedral in Helsinki Helsinki Railway Station To get from the airport to the start of the route, take bus number 1 and go to street Lutherinkatu. The fare is €5.5. If you're travelling from somewhere else, it's easy to find the route on the local transport website. 1. Temppeliaukio Church Temppeliaukio Church is interesting to see regardless of one's religious beliefs. It is carved right into the rock. It's a very unusual sight. The church reminded us of a scene from "Game of Thrones". Entrance costs €3. If you are lucky you can listen to the organ. 2. Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art is a popular tourist destination. Not only are the exhibits on display, but also the building itself with its flowing lines and lots of light. Admission to Kiasma costs between €11 and €15 depending on the ticket category. Kids under 18 are admitted free. 3. Mannerheim Avenue Mannerheim Prospect is Helsinki's main street. On the map this is the stretch from Kiasma to the turn to Esplanade Park. There are plenty of shops, cafes and the popular Finnish department stores Sokos and Stockmann. Usually winter collections start selling out in November and summer collections in July. The Finnish word for sale is 'ale': look out for these names. Stationery shops on the avenue and nearby streets sell unusual notepads, such as those with covers made from recycled tyres or drawings by Finnish artists from the thirties. On average, a notebook costs €3-15. 4. Esplanade Park Esplanade Park is a cosy lime-tree garden. In summer, it's nice to just sit on a bench and watch passersby. There's also the Kappeli restaurant, with beautiful windows instead of walls. It's one of the city's landmarks: the restaurant was opened in 1867. Inside, you can see that it has been very carefully restored to preserve the spirit of antiquity. The food at Kappeli is delicious, but the prices are Scandinavian: meat with a side dish and a glass of wine cost an average of €50. 5. Senate Square: the calling card of Helsinki Senate Square and the cathedral are one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city. In winter, there are Christmas markets and merry-go-rounds. In summer, tourists sit on the cathedral's steps and enjoy a view of the city. In the early nineteenth century, when Finland became part of Russia, the capital was moved from Turku to Helsinki. Much work was done to give the city a grand appearance. Be sure to visit Helsinki's landmark Senate Square to see the Senate building after which the square is named. There's also the Cathedral, as well as the University, named for Emperor Alexander of Russia, and a monument to Alexander II. 6. Kaisa and Oodi Libraries Kaisa and Oodi libraries can be visited as architectural museums or simply for reading books. Kaisa-talo (Kaisa-talo) is the main building of the university library. The building is built so that when you enter you can see all the floors and the transparent roof at once. Each floor of the building is narrower than the previous one, so it resembles a spaceship. Operating hours of the University of Helsinki Library Entrance to the library is free, and no passport is required. You can borrow and read a lot of books in English in the library. There are comfortable armchairs around the halls, some opposite the wide windows overlooking the city. You can read in them, have a cup of coffee and not have to suffer the disgruntled stare of a librarian. Helsinki's central library, Oodi, opened at the end of 2018. It is a large, three-storey building with an unusual shape. Entrance is free, and there are books in Russian, Arabic and even Somali. You can also get coffee, go to the cinema and work at the computer at the Oodi. 7. New Opera House and Helsinki Music House There are also many late 20th century buildings in the city - the New Opera House and the House of Music, for example. When you think of music, every native Finn thinks of Jan Sibelius, Finland's most famous composer, whose pedestal is placed near the House of Music. The House of Music in Helsinki is a large cultural centre in the city centre. You can listen to classical music and jazz there. If you like concerts, you should go there. The House of Music has several halls that can accommodate different numbers of people. We like the large concert hall: in addition to the excellent acoustics, the hall itself looks very classy. Ticket prices: Tickets cost between €25 and €35. For senior citizens: €22 For students: €10 Occasionally there are free concerts. The timetable can be found on the official website of the House of Music. 8. The Swedish Theatre building If you follow the famous Esplanade through the bustling Market Square, on the Baltic Sea, you'll come straight to the Swedish Theatre building. The theatre building is located right in the centre of the capital. 9. Helsinki's Cathedral of the Assumption Next, visit the largest Orthodox Cathedral in Northern Europe, the Assumption Cathedral. 10. Helsinki Railway Station Are you familiar with the architectural style known as 'jugend style'? In Finland they call it the Art Nouveau style. Take a closer look at this style with a visit to Helsinki Railway Station. The largest city in the country, but that doesn't make it any less cosy or charming. Be sure to explore our routes in Finland's capital city. View the walking route in Helsinki on Google Map: 4 km walking route around Helsinki: Temppeliaukio Church Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art Mannerheim Avenue Esplanade Park Senate Square: the calling card of Helsinki Kaisa and Oodi Libraries New Opera House and Music House Swedish Theatre Assumption Cathedral in Helsinki Helsinki Railway Station We also recommend visiting Levi Resort We also recommend visiting one of Finland's most popular resorts, Levi. The resort is a 4-hour flight from Helsinki by plane. Here you can spend unforgettable winter holidays with the whole family, visit Santa, ride reindeer and snowmobiles, see the Northern Lights and much more: find out more. #Helsinki #OneDayItinerary #TravelGuide #ExploreHelsinki #FenixInfo #CitySightseeing #HelsinkiTravel #TravelTips #Finland #TravelPlanning #ExploreHelsinki #FenixInfo

  • Aurora Tours & Northern Lights in Finland's Lapland

    Welcome to Fenix.info, your gateway to extraordinary European travel experiences! Experience the Magic of Aurora Tours and Northern Lights in Finland's Lapland Are you ready to embark on an unforgettable journey to witness the mesmerizing Aurora Tours and the enchanting Northern Lights in Finland's Lapland? Join us on a remarkable adventure that promises to leave you awe-inspired by the wonders of nature and the thrill of exclusive tours. Aurora Tours: Captivating Spectacles of Light Imagine standing beneath a vast canvas of starlit skies, where the dark expanse is occasionally illuminated by the dance of vibrant lights. Aurora Tours takes you on a voyage to witness one of the Earth's most extraordinary natural phenomena: the Northern Lights. These ethereal lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis, paint the Arctic heavens with hues of green, pink, and violet, creating an awe-inspiring spectacle that leaves travelers speechless. Our Aurora Tours in Finland's Lapland are meticulously designed to provide you with the best chance of witnessing this breathtaking display. Our seasoned guides, with their in-depth knowledge of the region's atmospheric conditions, will lead you to optimal viewing locations. Whether you're a seasoned traveler or embarking on your first adventure, our tours offer an immersive experience that brings you up close and personal with the celestial phenomenon that has captured the hearts of generations. Northern Lights: Nature's Radiant Symphony The Northern Lights, also referred to as the Aurora Borealis, are a celestial phenomenon that graces the Arctic skies with its vibrant and dynamic hues. This captivating natural light show is a result of charged particles colliding with gases in the Earth's atmosphere. The result is a mesmerizing dance of colors that seems almost otherworldly. Witnessing the Northern Lights is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that leaves travelers spellbound. Our curated itineraries offer you the opportunity to experience the Northern Lights in all their glory. From cozy lodges nestled in the heart of Lapland's wilderness to thrilling outdoor adventures that bring you closer to nature, our Northern Lights tours provide an immersive journey that will forever remain etched in your memory. Embark on Your Exclusive Aurora Adventure At Fenix.info, we believe in crafting journeys that transcend the ordinary. Our Aurora Tours in Finland's Lapland are no exception. Immerse yourself in the unique lifestyle of the Arctic region as you explore the culture, cuisine, and landscapes that make this destination a true gem in Europe. Our tours offer a harmonious blend of luxury and authenticity, ensuring that you not only witness the Northern Lights but also experience the essence of Lapland. Ideas & Tips for an Unforgettable Journey Embarking on an Aurora adventure requires careful planning and preparation. Here are some essential ideas and tips to make the most of your Northern Lights experience: Timing is Key: The best time to witness the Northern Lights is during the winter months when the nights are the longest and the skies are the darkest. Plan your visit between September and March for the optimal chance to see this phenomenon. Pack Warmly: Lapland's subarctic climate demands warm clothing. Dress in layers and ensure you have insulated outerwear, sturdy boots, and accessories like gloves and hats. Capture the Moment: Don't forget to bring your camera or smartphone to capture the awe-inspiring beauty of the Northern Lights. A tripod will help you capture steady shots of this dynamic display. Embark on Your Aurora Adventure Today! Ready to embark on a journey that will redefine your travel experiences? Join us on our Aurora Tours and witness the Northern Lights in Finland's Lapland. Immerse yourself in the captivating beauty of the Arctic region while enjoying exclusive tours, luxurious accommodations, and authentic cultural encounters. Begin your unforgettable adventure by visiting Scandinavian Travel Group's Northern Lights Tours. Let the magic of the Northern Lights illuminate your soul and create memories that last a lifetime. #WinterWonderland #FamilyHolidays #LaplandTours #ScandinavianTravelExcellence #Visitfinland #Lapland #Finland #NorthernLights #AuroraBorealis Disclaimer: The Sponsored Link above is for promotional purposes and is not affiliated with Fenix.info. Please refer to the link for information about Northern Lights Tours offered by Scandinavian Travel Group.

  • European Road Trip Adventures: 10 Scenic Routes from Portugal to Romania

    Embark on a European road trip of a lifetime with these 10 scenic routes, from the sunny shores of Portugal to the medieval wonders of Romania. Discover the best driving itineraries, picturesque landscapes, and historic landmarks along the way. Start your engines and explore Europe by car! If you have a car, a passion for travel, and time — start your engines! From the sunny shores of Portugal to the darkest dungeons of Dracula's castle in Transylvania — all these routes can be easily combined, speeding up or slowing down the pace of travel according to your preferences. Here are the 10 best routes in Europe. Let's go! Start your road trip in Braga before heading south to the medieval city of Guimarães. Guimarães is of historical value and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Then, the road goes forward to the second "exciting" city - Porto. Read more here. Waves and Sun in the Basque Country Welcome to Spain! Begin your road trip in Spain by car from the Atlantic. Specifically, from the famous city of Bilbao. The nearby villages boast one of the best Atlantic waves in the world. Drive along the Atlantic to San Sebastian — you will find unforgettable landscapes! You will also discover wonders of water sports and a gastronomic paradise. Then head south through the Pyrenees desert to Pamplona. Climb the Roncesvalles pass before heading back to the coast. Read more here. From the Glamour of Paris to the Glorious Berlin For trips to France, rent a car. Start your road trip to France by car from Paris. Leaving Paris, follow through the gentle hills of Champagne and Reims to the picturesque capital of Luxembourg. Explore the numerous fairytale castles of this beautiful country. Trier - the oldest city in Germany. It's less than an hour's drive away. Next — head northeast, where you'll find ancient Roman baths and basilicas that are remarkably well-preserved. Spend a night in the medieval village of Bacharach, in the Riesling wine country, before wandering through the coastal streets of Heidelberg. Forward to Nuremberg! And then to Leipzig for a strong dose of hot caffeine with a history of the Cold War, classical music, and pastries. From Leipzig, find the exit to the city of Dresden, rebuilt after devastating bombings in World War II, before it ended up in one of the coolest cities in Europe — Berlin. Also, try starting your engines in London and take a ferry to France, turning this trip into a pilgrimage between the holy trinity of European art cities. How many days is such a trip designed for? — For one or two weeks. Advice. If you are traveling by car to France, by law, you will need to have safety equipment with you: a reflective vest and a hazard signal. Also, keep some cash (in euros) in your wallet to pay road tolls along the way, including toll roads. High-Altitude Adventure on Germany's Alpine Road The Alpine Road or Alpine Road is your ticket to an excellent Bavarian odyssey. It is a safe car route through unforgettable views of Germany's high meadows, mountains, crystal-clear lakes, and cozy rural restaurants! Start your journey from the lakeside in Lindau and head to Oberstaufen if you don't mind therapeutic treatment in the "health capital" of the country. After Oberstaufen, head east to the stunning Breitachlammlam gorge, where the Breitach river flows, cutting through green rocks and colossal boulders. Read more here. From London to Edinburgh and the Highlands Start your car journey from London. Then, leave the restless pace of England and visit, for a start, Oxford — the birthplace of the world's oldest English-speaking university. Oxford is also known as the legendary pub where the likes of JRR Tolkien and Lewis Carroll regularly washed down their whistles. If you have time — be sure to get to the Cotswold Cottages, it's the fastest way. If not — head to Stratford-upon-Avon, where the famous Shakespeare was born. Take a two and a half hour drive north to Manchester to walk around the city and watch a football match. And then head to the twisting medieval streets of York, which were surrounded by ancient Romans almost 2000 years ago. The Lake District National Park is a must-visit and fits perfectly into this road trip. Enjoy the park's scenery, which inspired England's best romantics, before making your way past tiny villages to the magnificent wonders of Edinburgh. If you crave a visit to the Highlands — head to Stirling, Inverness, or the Western Isles - it's worth it. This route — from London to Edinburgh and the Highlands by car - takes from five days to a week. It is suitable for locals who want to feel like foreigners and for foreigners who want to feel like locals. Read also here: England by car. Arctic Fjords from Bergen to Trondheim Take a new route by car to the city of Bergen on the southwest coast of Norway. Drive past mighty fjords to Voss and the colossal Twindefossen waterfall. Then take a drive through the world's longest road tunnel! This cave route passes completely under the mountains and reaches a length of 24.5 kilometers. Read more here. Unexplored East: Bucharest and Vienna Start your car journey in Bucharest. Leave Bucharest, traveling north through the Carpathian Mountains to Transylvania. Make a mandatory stop at Bran Castle, which is claimed to be the old refuge of Dracula himself. Take note of the Transfagarasan Mountain Road — one of the most incredibly beautiful routes in the world! You will pass through centuries-old towns and countless castles in Sibiu, Brasov, and Sighisoara. Then set a course for the undiscovered architectural treasures of Timisoara. Read more here. #EuropeanRoadTrip #ScenicRoutes #AdventureTravel #ExploreEurope #RoadTripExperience #HistoricLandmarks #TravelByCar #WanderlustJourney #UnforgettableRoads #RoadTripAdventure

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  • Fenix.info — Your Guide to Unusual Routes in Europe

    TO ADVERTISERS Do you provide private tours or exclusive services to travellers in Europe? Post and advertise your unique tourism and private travel product. 01 Advantages Fenix.info has several advantages in Google's search engine results pages (SERPs) that can help them rank higher and attract more traffic. Here are a few advantages that web portals have in Google. 02 Large amount of content Fenix.info typically has a large amount of content on a variety of topics, which can help them rank for a wide range of keywords. 03 High-quality content Fenix.info has a team of professional writers and editors that create high-quality, informative, and engaging content, which can help them rank higher in Google. 04 User engagement We have a large user base and high levels of user engagement, which can help them rank higher in Google. 05 Backlinks We have a large number of backlinks pointing to their site, which can help them rank higher in Google. 06 Navigation & site structure Fenix.info has a well-structured site and clear navigation, which can help Google understand the content on the site and make it easier for users to find what they are looking for. 07 Mobile-friendly Fenix.info is mobile-friendly site, which can help him rank higher in Google mobile search results. 08 Rich media content Fenix includes rich media content such as videos, images, and infographics, which can help increase user engagement and improve their search engine rankings. 09 Frequently updated Fenix has a team dedicated to updating the site with new content, which can help them rank higher in Google. UNPRECEDENTED VELOCITY. IMPRECCABLE RELIABILITY FENIX IN NUMBERS 12+ Years of Experience 150 Business Partners 800K Visits Global ranking 35+ Countries World Wide Contact Us First Name Email Phone Write a message I agree to the terms & conditions: Privacy Policy Submit Thank you! We are already processing your enquiry and will get back to you as soon as possible.

  • GetYourGuide - Unique Itineraries in Europe | Fenix.info

    Your Guide to Unusual Routes in Europe Discover. Explore. Enjoy. 14 hours ago 5 min FINLAND What to see in Helsinki in 1 day We have put together a 4 km walking route around Helsinki. During the walk you can get around the centre at a comfortable pace and see all. 7 days ago 3 min FINLAND Aurora Tours & Northern Lights in Finland's Lapland Welcome to Fenix.info, your gateway to extraordinary European travel experiences! Experience the Magic of Aurora Tours and Northern... Feb 20 4 min BASQUE COUNTRY European Road Trip Adventures: 10 Scenic Routes from Portugal to Romania Embark on a European road trip of a lifetime with these 10 scenic routes, from the sunny shores of Portugal to the medieval wonders of... Feb 19 2 min FINLAND Embrace the Enchantment of Winter in Finland's Lapland A Journey into the Heart of Snow-Covered Splendor! Welcome to a realm where winter's icy touch transforms the landscape into a wonderland... Feb 18 3 min SPAIN Osborne Bull: A Symbol of Spain Learn about the iconic Osborne Bull, a symbol of Spain seen along its roadsides. Discover its history, association with sherry brandy,... Feb 18 3 min SPAIN Frigiliana: A Journey through Andalusia's White Village Discover the charm of Frigiliana, a picturesque village in Andalusia, Spain. Learn about its ancient aqueduct, narrow streets, and rich... Feb 18 4 min SPAIN Granada: City of Pomegranates, History, and Culture Explore the rich history and vibrant culture of Granada, Spain, known as the city of pomegranates. Learn about its iconic landmarks, such... Feb 18 7 min SPAIN Seville: Homeland of Carmen and Don Juan Discover the rich history, vibrant culture, and iconic landmarks of Seville, Spain. From the Golden Tower to the Murillo Gardens, immerse... Feb 16 3 min FINLAND Embrace Adventure with Husky Safari & Kennel Visits in Lapland, Finland Welcome to Fenix.info, your doorway to unparalleled European travel experiences! Embrace Adventure with Husky Safari & Kennel Visits in... Feb 16 6 min SPAIN Torremolinos in 1 Day Planning to spend one day in Torremolinos? Discover how to make the most of your time in this picturesque resort on the Costa del Sol.... Feb 16 2 min SPAIN A Guide to Torremolinos: Best Places to Visit on Your Vacation! Discover what to see and where to go in Torremolinos! From its charming old town to exquisite local cuisine, find out why Torremolinos is... Feb 15 3 min SPAIN Sierra Nevada: Ski Resort in Spain Discover Sierra Nevada, Spain's premier ski resort offering night skiing, daycare facilities, and a wide range of winter activities. Plan... Feb 15 3 min SPAIN Traveling through historical Spain and Italy Discover the legend surrounding Saint Valentine, and his connection to history, Spain, and Italy. We delve into the myths and reality of... Feb 15 3 min SPAIN Valentine's Day in Spain: Exploring Intriguing Traditions Discover the romantic origins of Valentine's Day and its intriguing customs in Spain. Uncover the ancient roots of this celebration and... Feb 15 1 min SPAIN Orange Battles in Spain: Traditional Carnival Festival Taronjada Discover the colorful world of Taronjada, the traditional orange battles in Spain. Join us for an unforgettable carnival experience in... 1 2 3 4 5

  • Privacy Policy | Fenix.info

    Privacy Policy Welcome to Fenix’s Privacy Policy 1. Please read carefully ​ Fenix.info cares deeply about the privacy of its visitors and users. To that end, this Privacy Policy (“Privacy Policy”) describes how Fenix.com Ltd., together with its affiliated companies worldwide (“Fenix”, “we”, “our”, or “us”), collect, use, and share your Personal Information, as well as an explanation of the data rights you may have in that Personal Information. This Privacy Policy applies to all Fenix users, including unregistered visitors, registered users, and premium users (collectively, “Users”, “you”, or “your”), and to all Fenix services, including our websites (including www.fenix.info and any of its subdomains, the “Website”), web applications (“Fenix Apps”), mobile applications (“Mobile Apps”), and related services (collectively, the “Services”). 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Upon Your Further Direction: The Fenix Services enable you, through different techniques, to engage and procure various third party services, products and tools for enhancing your web or mobile sites, including, without limitation, applications and widgets offered to you by third parties through the Fenix Website (including the Fenix App Market), eCommerce payment providers, third party designers who may assist you with your website, etc. (collectively, “Third Party Services”). If you choose to engage with such Third Party Services, they may have access to and process Personal Information of your Users-of-Users collected through your web or mobile sites. For example: a) Framed Pages: our Services may enable you to integrate Third Party Services directly into your web or mobile sites, such as via page framing techniques to serve content to or from Third Party Services or other parties (“Frames”). 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You can learn more about how we use cookies and similar technologies and how you can exercise control over them in our Cookie Policy. Please note that we do not change our practices in response to a “Do Not Track” signal in the HTTP header from a browser or mobile application, however, most browsers allow you to control cookies, including whether or not to accept them and how to remove them. You may set most browsers to notify you if you receive a cookie, or you may choose to block cookies with your browser. 6. Communications from Fenix 6.1. Promotional messages We may use your Personal Information to send you promotional content and messages by e-mail, text messages, notifications within our platform, marketing calls and similar forms of communication from Fenix or our partners (acting on Fenix’s behalf) through such means. If you do not wish to receive such promotional messages or calls, you may notify Fenix at any time or follow the “unsubscribe” or STOP instructions contained in the promotional communications you receive. 7. Security Fenix has implemented security measures designed to protect the Personal Information you share with us, including physical, electronic and procedural measures. Among other things, we offer HTTPS secure access to most areas on our Services; the transmission of sensitive payment information (such as a credit card number) through our designated purchase forms is protected by an industry standard SSL/TLS encrypted connection; and we regularly maintain a PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards) certification. We also regularly monitor our systems for possible vulnerabilities and attacks, and regularly seek new ways and Third Party Services for further enhancing the security of our Services and protection of our Visitors’ and Users’ privacy. Regardless of the measures and efforts taken by Fenix, we cannot and do not guarantee the absolute protection and security of your Personal Information, your Users-of-Users’ Personal Information or any other information you upload, publish or otherwise share with Fenix or anyone else. We encourage you to set strong passwords for your User Account and User Website, and avoid providing us or anyone with any sensitive Personal Information of which you believe its disclosure could cause you substantial or irreparable harm. Furthermore, because certain areas on our Services are less secure than others (for example, if you set your Support forum ticket to be “Public” instead of “Private”, or if you browse to a non-SSL page), and since e-mail and instant messaging are not recognized as secure forms of communications, we request and encourage you not to share any Personal Information on any of these areas or via any of these methods. 8. Third-party websites Our Services may contain links to other websites or services. We are not responsible for such websites’ or services’ privacy practices. We encourage you to be aware when you leave our Services and to read the privacy statements of each and every website and service you visit before providing your Personal Information. This Privacy Policy does not apply to such linked third party websites and services ​

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