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This is one of Helsinki’s busiest restaurants and booking at weekends is essential.There were plenty of meze style items on offer, from freshly toasted flatbreads and vibrant salads to colourful cous cous dishes.It’s got a charming community feel to it and I hope it lasts forever.There are no skyscrapers to speak of, so the most recognizable icon of Finland’s skyline is this gorgeous Neoclassical building, completed in 1852.Getting around is easy on the world’s northernmost metro network, and this is the best way to acclimatise to what could well be a challenging temperature, while also taking in the city’s wondrous architecture which swerves frenetically from neoclassical (the government building) to ultramodern (Kamppi Chape).If you want something more informative, book a professional tour.I went for a men-only swim and sauna because I wanted to take in the throwback art nouveau interiors. I probably had one of the healthiest meals of my life at Sandro, where I delved into the Saturday veggie buffet.
Indeed, during my stay in the city – population 600,000, making it smaller than Stockholm and Oslo, but bigger than Copenhagen – temperatures dropped to -8C.But there also bears of the gay male variety scouting the terrain of this quiet pocket of town.Someone entirely sensible opened the Bear Park Cafe nearby some 15 years ago – an adorable but tiny gay eatery where young and old rub shoulders for the delicious cake and with free wifi.Since the festival takes place when the trees are in bloom, the date varies from year to year.
This year, organisers of the annual affair were forced to postpone the event by one week because of unseasonably cold and bleak weather.
It sits authoritatively on its own set of islands ahead of the harbor, and is endlessly fascinating.