New Brochure Offers Ideas for Helsinki Activities

HelsinkiWant to know what to do in Helsinki? This will help: The Helsinki City Tourist & Convention Bureau has published a new edition of its Nordic Oddity brochure. Covering the entire year, the brochure presents the most interesting attractions in Helsinki for both foreign and domestic visitors (just in case your clients want to hang out with the locals).

Nordic Oddity offers year-round ideas for experiencing the city in local style. The brochure is divided into three main themes: Alternative, Bliss and Creative. Alternative provides a new perspective on exploring the city, while Bliss invites visitors to pamper, indulge and enjoy themrselves with luxury experiences. Creative is a new theme that offers cheap, inexpensive and creative ways of spending the day in Helsinki. The attractions are listed according to different times of the day, with ideas and tips offered from early dawn to late at night.

The English-language brochure is available from Tourist Information, Helsinki Helpers and other locations. The brochure can also be read in electronic format on the Tourist & Convention Bureau’s website. Visit www.visithelsinki.fi.

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