Allas Sea Pool

Allas Sea Pool: Our most recommended tours and activities

Helsinki: Hop-On Hop-Off City Bus Tour

1. Helsinki: Hop-On Hop-Off City Bus Tour

See the Helsinki tourist attractions that interest you most and avoid wasting time on an organized tour with this hop-on hop-off bus tour. Hop on and off as many times as you like at any of the stops on the itinerary over a 24-hour or 48-hour period. You could choose to admire the unique rock architecture of the Temppeliaukio Church, visit the Parliament House, admire the neoclassical architecture in Senate Square or search for a bargain in Market Square. Enjoy an onboard audio commentary available in 10 languages and avail of excellent views from the top deck of your double-decker bus. Don't worry if the weather isn't great as the bottom deck is completely protected from the elements.

Helsinki: Small-Group Walking Tour with City Planner Guide

2. Helsinki: Small-Group Walking Tour with City Planner Guide

Get to know central Helsinki like a local on a small-group walking tour with a city planner. Take in the sights, culture, and history with your expert city planner guide who knows the city inside out. Ask any questions you like.  Find out tidbits of Helsinki’s past, from the plague in the middle ages to Lenin’s stay in the early 1900s. As you tour Helsinki city center, find out why a statue of a Russian Tsar is standing in the middle of the town, why Helsinkians picnic at an old burial site, and why an orthodox cathedral exists in the city.  Visit many of Helsinki’s most important landmarks, with a typical itinerary (weather, holidays, and events permitting) including: Senate Square, Helsinki Cathedral, National Library of Finland, Market Square, Uspenski Cathedral, the Presidential Palace, Allas Sea Pool, Esplanadi Park, Kappeli, Old Church Park, the Central Railway Station, Oodi, Lasipalatsi, Kamppi Chapel, and Amos Rex.

Helsinki: Historical Highlights Self-Guided Audio Tour

3. Helsinki: Historical Highlights Self-Guided Audio Tour

Terve! Welcome to Helsinki, the capital of Finland. On this walking tour, I’ll show you around the city while I share its historical ties to Sweden and Russia and fill you in on Finnish culture. Our walk begins in the shadows of Helsinki Cathedral in Senate square, the city’s political, religious, scientific, and commercial center. From there, I’ll point out some of the city’s main sites, and a few lesser-known ones too, like the Helsinki City Museum, one of the city’s oldest buildings. It’s home to approximately 1.5 million artifacts. I’ll also share a few amazing stories like how a salt warehouse was transformed into the Presidential Palace and how the Uspenski Cathedral, the largest orthodox church in Western Europe, was built. You’ll have the opportunity to stroll through Market Square, just like locals do, and hear the story of the Empress’ Stone. You’ll see Helsinki’s old market hall, and I’ll tell you how the First World War and the Finnish Civil War affected it. While you stroll through Esplanade Park, I’ll fill you in on the festival of Vappu and the story of Havis Amanda, the bronze statue that caused a splash when it was first revealed. Along the way, you can look forward to: • Decoding the symbolism hidden in the Alexander II sculpture • Taking in the impressive Allas Sea Pool and SkyWheel • Walking through the most famous park in Finland, Esplanade Park, which is also the green heart of Helsinki • Discovering the “Kappeli” restaurant, a local favorite among poets, writers, and artists in the 1900s • Finding out about Johan Ludvig Runeberg, a famous Finnish author, poet, and priest with Swedish roots • Hearing stories about the Swedish theatre, Svenska Teatern, and finding out about its current status • Passing by Stockmann, the oldest department store in Finland • Strolling down Alexander Street, one of the main shopping streets for locals This 90-minute tour is perfect for anyone who wants a taste of Finnish history while enjoying a glorious stroll in the heart of Helsinki!

Classic Helsinki Free Tour

4. Classic Helsinki Free Tour

Your visit begins in the impressive Senate Square. The White Church, the University of Helsinki and the Government Palace welcome you to old Helsinki, where you discover Finland's Russian and Swedish past. Through streets full of history and charm you reach the Market Square, the cultural and gastronomic center of Helsinki. A place that, with the Uspensky Cathedral, Allas Swimming-pool and Sauna, the Presidential Palace and the Old Market is, a mixture of tradition and modernity. The visit continues on the Esplanadi boulevard -with its great offer of Finnish design products- and gets you through the Central Station Square where you get to enjoy the urban center of the city: the Central Station, the Ateneum and the National Theater present you with one of the astonishing artistic centers of Helsinki. Finally, you reach the Citizen's Square, where the new Central Library Oodi, the House of Music, Finlandiatalo and the Kiasma Museum show the most modern face of Finland. While showing all this amazing places to you, your guide will tell you about the literature, society, customs and everyday life in Finland in a funny and engaging way. Feel free to ask about anything and share your own experiences! The guide is there for you. This also means that at the end you will get all the information and recommendations that you need to have in order to continue enjoying the place by yourself. Benefit from the personal experience of our guides!

FOOD Tour with Rooftop Bar Visit in Helsinki

5. FOOD Tour with Rooftop Bar Visit in Helsinki

Discover Helsinki on a guided tour of foodie locations, from the majestic Jugend Hall to the bustling Old Market Hall. Listen to tales of the city's culinary evolution, spanning the past and present, and savor traditional Finnish cuisine. Learn the unique cultural influences that make Helsinki so captivating. Enjoy culinary delights including coffee from a local brewery, salmon canapé, herring, pink salmon caviar, smoked reindeer meat, traditional bread, local pastry, and Finnish chocolate. Get insider tips on the best Helsinki food spots along the way. Finally, soak in views of the capital city from a rooftop bar.

Helsinki Private 3h walking tour

6. Helsinki Private 3h walking tour

What To Expect On this Helsinki private walking tour, you will experience the wonders of the Finnish capital. Awarded the City of Design by Unesco in 2014, Helsinki is a modern, cosmopolitan city known for its contemporary design and technological advancements. Moreover, the city is spread across 315 islands, making its cityscape captivating. Additionally, you will also experience Helsinki’s beautiful architecture and waterways. The tour starts at our central meeting point. Then, our knowledgeable guide will take you to the most significant sights and places in Helsinki, such as the Uspenski Russian Cathedral, the Kiasma Modern Art Museum, the Kamppi Center, and the Chapel of Silence, among others. You will also learn about Finnish customs, traditions, current trends, design, and way of life. The itinerary of the tour can also be tailored according to your interests. What To Keep In Mind We operate in all weather conditions; therefore, we kindly ask you to dress appropriately. Please wear footwear suitable for walking, and bring an umbrella or rain jacket in case of rain. Helsinki can be lovely and sunny or windy and cold, all on the same day! If your hotel is in the city centre, we can also arrange our meeting point in your lobby. Please make sure you leave a comment and the name/address of the hotel when you make the booking, and we will confirm if the hotel meeting is available.

Helsinki: Express Walk with a Local in 60 minutes

7. Helsinki: Express Walk with a Local in 60 minutes

Step into a 60-minute exploration through Helsinki from a local’s perspective and get the most of your precious visit! From Temppeliaukio Church to Helsinki Cathedral, get to know the city's most defining landmarks. Discover all the key facts about Helsinki, experience the local lifestyle, and taste its unique culture. Your local, equipped with stories and tips, will point you toward the best local cuisine and direct you to lively bars where you can sip and chill in true Helsinki style. This experience is focused on providing a genuine feel of Helsinki, connecting you with the local way of life and its landmarks, all while fitting perfectly into any travel itinerary.

Helsinki: Private City Highlights Tour by Car

8. Helsinki: Private City Highlights Tour by Car

Discover the highlights of Helsinki on a private tour by car. See the city's most famous landmarks and learn about its history. Customize the tour according to your needs and interests. Start with a visit to Senate Square and see the iconic Helsinki Cathedral. Continue to the National Library of Finland and Hietalahti Market Square. Explore the Uspenski Cathedral, the Presidential Palace, and the Allas Sea Pool. Visit the Esplanadi Park and pass by Kappeli and Kamppi Church. See the Helsinki Central Railway Station, the Finnish National Theatre, and the Oodi Library. Pass by the Parliament House, the National Museum of Finland, and the Finlandia Hall. Finally, visit the Rock Church and the Sibelius Monument and Park.

11 activities found
Sort by:

Top sights near Allas Sea Pool

Allas Sea Pool: Our most recommended tours and activities

Helsinki: Hop-On Hop-Off City Bus Tour

Helsinki: Hop-On Hop-Off City Bus Tour

See the Helsinki tourist attractions that interest you most and avoid wasting time on an organized tour with this hop-on hop-off bus tour. Hop on and off as many times as you like at any of the stops on the itinerary over a 24-hour or 48-hour period. You could choose to admire the unique rock architecture of the Temppeliaukio Church, visit the Parliament House, admire the neoclassical architecture in Senate Square or search for a bargain in Market Square. Enjoy an onboard audio commentary available in 10 languages and avail of excellent views from the top deck of your double-decker bus. Don't worry if the weather isn't great as the bottom deck is completely protected from the elements.

Helsinki: Small-Group Walking Tour with City Planner Guide

Helsinki: Small-Group Walking Tour with City Planner Guide

Get to know central Helsinki like a local on a small-group walking tour with a city planner. Take in the sights, culture, and history with your expert city planner guide who knows the city inside out. Ask any questions you like.  Find out tidbits of Helsinki’s past, from the plague in the middle ages to Lenin’s stay in the early 1900s. As you tour Helsinki city center, find out why a statue of a Russian Tsar is standing in the middle of the town, why Helsinkians picnic at an old burial site, and why an orthodox cathedral exists in the city.  Visit many of Helsinki’s most important landmarks, with a typical itinerary (weather, holidays, and events permitting) including: Senate Square, Helsinki Cathedral, National Library of Finland, Market Square, Uspenski Cathedral, the Presidential Palace, Allas Sea Pool, Esplanadi Park, Kappeli, Old Church Park, the Central Railway Station, Oodi, Lasipalatsi, Kamppi Chapel, and Amos Rex.

Helsinki: Historical Highlights Self-Guided Audio Tour

Helsinki: Historical Highlights Self-Guided Audio Tour

Terve! Welcome to Helsinki, the capital of Finland. On this walking tour, I’ll show you around the city while I share its historical ties to Sweden and Russia and fill you in on Finnish culture. Our walk begins in the shadows of Helsinki Cathedral in Senate square, the city’s political, religious, scientific, and commercial center. From there, I’ll point out some of the city’s main sites, and a few lesser-known ones too, like the Helsinki City Museum, one of the city’s oldest buildings. It’s home to approximately 1.5 million artifacts. I’ll also share a few amazing stories like how a salt warehouse was transformed into the Presidential Palace and how the Uspenski Cathedral, the largest orthodox church in Western Europe, was built. You’ll have the opportunity to stroll through Market Square, just like locals do, and hear the story of the Empress’ Stone. You’ll see Helsinki’s old market hall, and I’ll tell you how the First World War and the Finnish Civil War affected it. While you stroll through Esplanade Park, I’ll fill you in on the festival of Vappu and the story of Havis Amanda, the bronze statue that caused a splash when it was first revealed. Along the way, you can look forward to: • Decoding the symbolism hidden in the Alexander II sculpture • Taking in the impressive Allas Sea Pool and SkyWheel • Walking through the most famous park in Finland, Esplanade Park, which is also the green heart of Helsinki • Discovering the “Kappeli” restaurant, a local favorite among poets, writers, and artists in the 1900s • Finding out about Johan Ludvig Runeberg, a famous Finnish author, poet, and priest with Swedish roots • Hearing stories about the Swedish theatre, Svenska Teatern, and finding out about its current status • Passing by Stockmann, the oldest department store in Finland • Strolling down Alexander Street, one of the main shopping streets for locals This 90-minute tour is perfect for anyone who wants a taste of Finnish history while enjoying a glorious stroll in the heart of Helsinki!

Classic Helsinki Free Tour

Classic Helsinki Free Tour

Your visit begins in the impressive Senate Square. The White Church, the University of Helsinki and the Government Palace welcome you to old Helsinki, where you discover Finland's Russian and Swedish past. Through streets full of history and charm you reach the Market Square, the cultural and gastronomic center of Helsinki. A place that, with the Uspensky Cathedral, Allas Swimming-pool and Sauna, the Presidential Palace and the Old Market is, a mixture of tradition and modernity. The visit continues on the Esplanadi boulevard -with its great offer of Finnish design products- and gets you through the Central Station Square where you get to enjoy the urban center of the city: the Central Station, the Ateneum and the National Theater present you with one of the astonishing artistic centers of Helsinki. Finally, you reach the Citizen's Square, where the new Central Library Oodi, the House of Music, Finlandiatalo and the Kiasma Museum show the most modern face of Finland. While showing all this amazing places to you, your guide will tell you about the literature, society, customs and everyday life in Finland in a funny and engaging way. Feel free to ask about anything and share your own experiences! The guide is there for you. This also means that at the end you will get all the information and recommendations that you need to have in order to continue enjoying the place by yourself. Benefit from the personal experience of our guides!

FOOD Tour with Rooftop Bar Visit in Helsinki

FOOD Tour with Rooftop Bar Visit in Helsinki

Discover Helsinki on a guided tour of foodie locations, from the majestic Jugend Hall to the bustling Old Market Hall. Listen to tales of the city's culinary evolution, spanning the past and present, and savor traditional Finnish cuisine. Learn the unique cultural influences that make Helsinki so captivating. Enjoy culinary delights including coffee from a local brewery, salmon canapé, herring, pink salmon caviar, smoked reindeer meat, traditional bread, local pastry, and Finnish chocolate. Get insider tips on the best Helsinki food spots along the way. Finally, soak in views of the capital city from a rooftop bar.

Helsinki Private 3h walking tour

Helsinki Private 3h walking tour

What To Expect On this Helsinki private walking tour, you will experience the wonders of the Finnish capital. Awarded the City of Design by Unesco in 2014, Helsinki is a modern, cosmopolitan city known for its contemporary design and technological advancements. Moreover, the city is spread across 315 islands, making its cityscape captivating. Additionally, you will also experience Helsinki’s beautiful architecture and waterways. The tour starts at our central meeting point. Then, our knowledgeable guide will take you to the most significant sights and places in Helsinki, such as the Uspenski Russian Cathedral, the Kiasma Modern Art Museum, the Kamppi Center, and the Chapel of Silence, among others. You will also learn about Finnish customs, traditions, current trends, design, and way of life. The itinerary of the tour can also be tailored according to your interests. What To Keep In Mind We operate in all weather conditions; therefore, we kindly ask you to dress appropriately. Please wear footwear suitable for walking, and bring an umbrella or rain jacket in case of rain. Helsinki can be lovely and sunny or windy and cold, all on the same day! If your hotel is in the city centre, we can also arrange our meeting point in your lobby. Please make sure you leave a comment and the name/address of the hotel when you make the booking, and we will confirm if the hotel meeting is available.

Helsinki: Express Walk with a Local in 60 minutes

Helsinki: Express Walk with a Local in 60 minutes

Step into a 60-minute exploration through Helsinki from a local’s perspective and get the most of your precious visit! From Temppeliaukio Church to Helsinki Cathedral, get to know the city's most defining landmarks. Discover all the key facts about Helsinki, experience the local lifestyle, and taste its unique culture. Your local, equipped with stories and tips, will point you toward the best local cuisine and direct you to lively bars where you can sip and chill in true Helsinki style. This experience is focused on providing a genuine feel of Helsinki, connecting you with the local way of life and its landmarks, all while fitting perfectly into any travel itinerary.

Helsinki: Private City Highlights Tour by Car

Helsinki: Private City Highlights Tour by Car

Discover the highlights of Helsinki on a private tour by car. See the city's most famous landmarks and learn about its history. Customize the tour according to your needs and interests. Start with a visit to Senate Square and see the iconic Helsinki Cathedral. Continue to the National Library of Finland and Hietalahti Market Square. Explore the Uspenski Cathedral, the Presidential Palace, and the Allas Sea Pool. Visit the Esplanadi Park and pass by Kappeli and Kamppi Church. See the Helsinki Central Railway Station, the Finnish National Theatre, and the Oodi Library. Pass by the Parliament House, the National Museum of Finland, and the Finlandia Hall. Finally, visit the Rock Church and the Sibelius Monument and Park.

Top Attractions in Helsinki

Things to Do in Allas Sea Pool

Cities in Finland

Other Sightseeing Options in Allas Sea Pool

Want to discover all there is to do in Allas Sea Pool? Click here for a full list.