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I have no words: one of the most wonderful places i've ever visited. A peaceful island with squirrels and ducks, a super nice and scenographical path all around it. It hosts also a museum wich is curious to visit to see how people used to...More
Delightful. You walk across a bridge to reach the island village. Houses, a chapel, mill and farm buildings were moved and assembled on the island to create an old village. You can just wander around going in and out of the buildings. There are guides...More
We traveled to Seurasaari Island to get away from the city and see a bit of the countryside. Granted, at 30 minutes away, this is not the countryside. However, it feels like it is. I was shocked at how peaceful it was, how relaxing it...More
Seurasaari is an island and a district in Helsinki where the Open Air Museum is located. The area displayes mainly old wooden buildings transported from other regions in Finland and located in the middle of a dense forest. Most of the buildings and structures in...More
My husband and I have been to several open air museums, I find it really interesting to get a glimpse into a nation's past via the architecture. We arrived by tram and a walk through a wooded path, it was nice to get out of...More
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The 24 Bus is included in the day ticket, as it's route remains entirely in Helsinki. As other reviewers have pointed out, the "regional" fare only kicks in if you head out of the city. For visitors, the two most likely... More
The 24 Bus is included in the day ticket, as it's route remains entirely in Helsinki. As other reviewers have pointed out, the "regional" fare only kicks in if you head out of the city. For visitors, the two most likely reasons you'd need a "regional" fare is if you were visiting the nearby city of Espoo, or heading to the airport which is actually in the city of Vantaa. As long as your'e inside Helsinki, a standard ticket will work fine, and Seurasaari is inside of Helsinki's borders (although just). The Helsinki trams are all covered by a typical day ticket as well.