Asparagus was for the first time cultivated over 5 000 years ago. This vegetable was even mentioned in the oldest cook book known to mankind during the 200’s and e.g. Roman emperors were fascinated with this treat. It seems only natural that it belongs to the seasonal tidbits also in Helsinki, even though the primary [...]
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Palace Kämp’s Kämp Brasserie is a part of the classical elegance of central Hel-sinki. The international atmosphere sets the mood and Kämp Brasserie suits everybody who fancy a luxurious, while at the same time relaxed, setting for eating, lunch, cappuccinos, martinis – alone, in company or private one-to-one dinners for two: whenever, however, with whomever. [...]
An urban utopian world will open to the public as the renewed shopping center Kluuvi where the 50’s meet the future in a new modern meeting place!
The shopping center Kluuvi, which has been built during several different eras reopens as a modern meeting place on this Friday, on the 14th of October 2011. The oldest part of Kluuvi is the facade opposite to the underground tunnel on Yliopistonkatu, which dates back to the 19th century. In all, the shopping center has [...]
Midsummers exceptional opening hours are now published at VisitHelsinki.fi. See how the museums, art exhibitions and sights are open during bank holidays and you can plan your visit in advance! List also includes sightseeing and island cruises as well as opening hours for many restaurants. Midsummer 2011 opening hours Midsummer traditions in Helsinki