City Sightseeing Hop On-Hop Off bus
Hop on and hop off the bus as many times as you like within the validity of your card!
Explore the city on a Hop-On Hop-Off Bus with XXX
-With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
-See Market Square, Senate Square in the Tori Quarter, Töölö Bay, and more.
-Enjoy the multiple attractions and landmarks along the route and get acquainted with Helsinki the easy way.
-See the best of Helsinki within the validity of the card.
Discover the best of Helsinki with a City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour.
The tour route includes 19 stops in and around central Helsinki, showcasing Helsinki's top attractions, making it easier for you to plan a fun-filled day of sightseeing. The carefully chosen route includes the iconic Uspenski Cathedral, Sibelius Monument, Rock Church, City Hall, Parliament House, Finlandia Hall and the Opera House, among many other top attractions in Helsinki. You'll be sure to experience the best of Helsinki.
Enjoy guided commentary in 10 languages on board including Finnish, English, Swedish, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese and Chinese.
Please check the departure times at www.stromma.com/helsinki
- Senate Square / Helsinki City Museum
- Olympia Terminal (Silja Line) / Mannerheim Museum
- Café Ursula / Kaivopuisto Park
- Compass Square
- Hernesaari Cruise Terminal LHC (Stop only on certain cruise ship days)
- Hernesaari Cruise Terminal LHD (Stop only on certain cruise ship days)
- Flea Market / Bulevardi / Sinebrychoff Art Museum
- Swedish Theatre / Design Museum / Museum of Finnish Architecture
- Market Square
- Kiasma / Helsinki Art Museum / Amos Rex /Central Railway Station
- Temppeliaukio Church (Rock Church)
- Sibelius monument
- Olympic Stadium
- National Opera / Linnanmäki Amusement Park
- National Museum / Parliament House / Helsinki Music Center
- Ateneum Art Museum / Central Railway Station
- Botanic Garden
Did you know
-Helsinki was originally a trading town, founded by King Gustav I of Sweden in 1550
-Helsinki became the capital of Finland in the year 1812, when Czar Alexander I of Russia replaced it with Turku in order to reduce Swedish impact
-Alvar Aalto was the architect behind some of the most impressive buildings in the city, including Finlandia Hall
Things to see
Helsinki has a fascinating history from its founding under Swedish rule, then passing through the Russian and finally into Finnish, so it's no surprise you can see influences of the different styles and eras through the architecture in the historic centre from neo-classical in the 18th century - many of the buildings are compared to those in St. Petersburg, old Leningrad and Moscow - to Art Nouveau in the 1900s, inspired by Kalevala, and Classicism of the 1920a.
Wander through the cobbled streets of Market Square and Senate Square in the Tori Quarter, or relax along Töölö Bay, where you'll find the Opera House. Marvel at the impressive Parliament buildings and the contrast in style between that and Finlandia Hall, proving Helsinki to be a beautiful blend of history through the ages.
A bus tour is the best way to get a feel for this cosy but cosmopolitan city, so enjoy the multiple attractions and landmarks along the route and get acquainted with Helsinki the easy way.
Monday: 10:00 - 16:00
Tuesday: 10:00 - 16:00
Wednesday: 10:00 - 16:00
Thursday: 10:00 - 16:00
Friday: 10:00 - 16:00
Saturday: 10:00 - 16:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 16:00