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Helsinki Private Tour With Deluxe Van
Helsinki is charming capital city of Finland. This memorable shore excursion will give you chance to visit the most popular attractions of our beautiful city. We meet our guest right at the exit of harbor with a deluxe van and we start our hassle free tour to see The Senate Square, Helsinki Cathedral, Uspenski Cathedral*, the Rock Church, Market Square, Old Market Hall*, Sibelius Monument and Helsinki historical center with Esplanadi park. Beside history of sights and attractions you will hear about customs and daily life of Finnish people, education, Finnish cuisine and local design. Our superior professional guides are ready to show and introduce their beautiful country with deep passion. Your tour itinerary can be easily customized to make it fit to your needs and wishes. We ensure our guest have sufficient time for Helsinki city attractions and for local markets for personal shopping.
The sample of the itinerary.
9:00 - 9:30 Meet at the cruise port
9:30 - 10:15 Drive to city and visit to famous The Rock Church
10:15 - 10:45 Sibelius monument and Park
10:45 - 11:15 Drive to see Olympic stadium and grounds, Mannerheim’s boulevard with modern monumental building + short photo breaks
12:00- 12:45 lunch and shopping break at Old Market and The Market square
12:45 - 13:30 The Senate Square and Helsinki Cathedral + photo breaks
13:30 - 14:00 Uspenski Cathedral
14:00 – 14:30 Return to port
WHAT IS INCLUDED
Private guiding service, local taxes, parking fees, entrance fees to mentioned sites, deluxe a.c van and gas.
WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED
Food and drinks, personal expenses
*Dear guests of Tzarina Tours.
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