Neighborhoods to Book a Hotel in Helsinki
The stretch of Senate Square to Esplanadi is of significant importance in Helsinki. The Senate Square proudly presents the Lutheran cathedral while Esplanadi offers beautiful tree-lined avenues. The south of Esplanadi is considered among one of the most affluent in the city with numerous embassies and graceful houses rising into Kaivopuisto Park.
Fondly called the Gibraltar of the North and the fortress of Finland, Suomenlinna offers five main islands all well-connected to each other and various worthwhile museums and old forts. In Korkeasaari, you will find the Helsinki Zoo. The island of Seurasaari is home to a sprawling national park and the biggest alfresco museum in the world.
One of the oldest districts in Helsinki, Kruununhaka is home to many of the 17-century buildings in Helsinki. Lying close to the waters of Kaisaniemenlahti, the neighborhood is excellent for sightseeing as well as a leisurely stroll.