Helsinki Panorama Sightseeing

See top sights of the city

Year-round

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Helsinki Panorama Sightseeing is a popular sightseeing tour showing you the most important sights and giving you an excellent view of Helsinki's past and present. The tour takes in the most interesting parts of Helsinki, such as the historical centre, City Hall, The Parliament buildings, Finlandia Hall and the Opera House.

The stop if possible at the Temppeliaukio Church (Rock Church) or at the Sibelius Monument (if the church is closed). Please note: the entry fee to Rock Church year 2017: 3 €/person is not included in the tour price. The tour ends near the Esplanade Park.

The Audio Tour includes sound effects and commentary in 10 languages with headphones. The tour is operated on a comfortable double decker bus with the good view! There's a heating, air conditioning and free Wi-Fi in the bus. The tour is FREE with Helsinki Card.

Departures daily - check the timetables >>

See the schedule for the FREE pick up >>

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Panorama Sightseeing, Audio tour

The tour departs from Esplanade Park, Fabianinkatu. We ask you to arrive 15 minutes earlier to the departure point. The entry fee to Rock Church (year 2017: 3 €/person) is not included in the tour price.

€ 31 1h 30min
Tour facts

Season: 01 January 2016 - 31 December 2017

Departs from: Esplanade Park, Fabianinkatu

Children 6-15 years 15 € , Children 0-5 years 0 €
2017: Adult 32 €, Children 6-15 years 16 € , Children 0-5 years 0 €

Online sales will be closed one hour prior the departure. Last minute's tickets at departure point or from Tickets & Tours by Strömma sales points.

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Panorama Sightseeing, Guided tour SPECIAL DEPARTURE on Dec 25

Live commentary in English and Swedish. Tickets available until Tuesday Dec 20.

€ 31 1h 45min
Tour facts

Season: 25 December 2016 - 25 December 2016

Departs from: Katajanokka terminal at 10:30

Children 6-15 years 15 €, Children 0-5 years 0 €

Tickets available until Tuesday Dec 20. No ticket sale after this.

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