M44***33The Spy Museum is located on the first floor of a building in Finlayson, an old industrial center. It displays various spy-related items, including old-fashioned Bond-shaped toys, KGB files and monitors.
M49***70Keskustori (Central Square) is the starting point for understanding Tampere. It is only a 5-minute walk from the train station and is also a major city transportation hub. The central square often holds open-air markets from time to time. On weekends in good weather, Finns will take out second-hand goods at home to sell in the market, and they can often find interesting items at special discount prices. The central square is surrounded by churches, commercial streets, restaurants, museums and other attractions. If you don't go anywhere, sitting in the sun and drinking coffee is also a good choice.
淼淼0301The Lenin Museum in Tampere is still worth visiting. This is the house where Lenin lived when he came to take refuge in Tampere, Finland. Now a museum has been built and there are quite a few things in it.
M49***70Pyynikki is the highest point in Tampere. It takes only 20 minutes to walk from the city center to the foot of Pyynikki Mountain. Climb up the hill to reach the watchtower. At the foot of the watchtower, there is the best Munkki (a Finnish doughnut) in Tampere. Tampere locals like to come here on weekends to enjoy afternoon tea with friends. The watchtower is not high, it is an old building. You can take the elevator to the top of the tower and you can enjoy the city view of Tampere and the two big lakes.
M44***33There are many models in the moomin museum, large and small scenes. A very inconspicuous house, the entire museum area is small, and it will be over in a while. Many moomin peripheral products can also be bought in the store at the door. There is a mailbox at the door, and postcards sent there will be stamped with a special postmark of moomin~ But it is best to prepare stamps in advance, they may not be sold in the store.
M49***70The textile factory was founded by Scottish industrialist Finlayson in the 19th century and was the first building in Northern Europe to use electric lighting. The red brick structure outside the factory is still intact, and the interior has been transformed into restaurants, bars, shops and cinemas. There are many art studios, museums, restaurants and cafes, which is a great place to kill time.
Finland’s reputation as a quirky Nordic country belies the wonders on offer in this amazing destination. Sure the reindeer population might exceed the number of people in some places; but if anything, that’s a testament to the country’s stewardship of its vast ecological resources. Those contemplating a visit may wonder where those truly spectacular sights are. What are the things you simply can’t miss if you want to say you’ve had a real Finnish adventure? Fortunately we’ve surveyed the lands from Helsinki to Nuorgam to bring you the best Finland has to offer.