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This is a more like a wide, tree-lined avenue than a park. Several statues (some history) and pleasant trails for pedestrians and bikers. We were there at the beginning of September, the weather cooperated and the stroll was pleasant. Some small street vendors, musicians and...More
Finland,to me is like a heaven. The beauty of the nature Mother to the core. We spent nearly more than 3 hours walking around this park. I could solely enjoy the trees and flowers as well as I am aware that I am amidst a...More
This is a very nice small walking park that was originally built to be a fire break in the middle of the city. Many years ago the buildings were mostly built of wood and the fire services were minimal.
There are beautiful flowers, statues and...More
As part of our bike tour with Happy Guide Helsinki, we rode bikes to Esplanadi Park and learned about the statue dedicated to Johan Ludwig Runeberg, Finland's famous poet who wrote the Finnish National Anthem. Interesting fun fact from our guide was that the anthem...More
Esplanade Park is a gorgeous tree-line avenue with plenty of cafe's and restaurants. The avenue runs down to Market Square. It's a lovely stroll through the park, especially admiring all the Neo-Renaissance buildings, Hotel Kamp being the" icon" building. The Esplanade is my favourite place...More
I do believe where the cruise ports you just keep walking west a couple of blocks and you will be in the middle of Esplanadi. Lots of shops, snacks and salons. Public market at the port, too. Local food and art/crafts. Enjoy!