Where to? (Almost) Anywhere!
If you only have 90 minutes or so to spare, I can take you from the 1860´s ‘til the 1920´s in the span of just a few blocks right in the centre of Helsinki.
If you would like to take in some more of Finland’s lovely capital city and see more Art Nouveau -style architecture, I’m fairly certain I can have you entertained for a good three hour walk. I’d also gladly accompany you on a 5-6 hour trip to Hvitträsk, the former home and studio of architects Gesellius, Lindgren and Saarinen, transfers included.
Each walking tour is tailored to suit your personal needs. Helsinki is a fairly accessible city with very few staircases or steep hills. Some streets have cobblestones, but we can avoid these areas, if you so wish. The National Museum is wheelchair accessible.