Helsinki. This place is amazing. I would love to spend more time exploring every nook and cranny of it.

In the spirit of Beyonce – to all the single (traveling) ladies out there – add these places to your list. These 20 cities are considered some of the safest in the world for the female solo traveler –

Huvilakatu Helsinki  Ihanat värit! Kunpa muuallakin Suomessa saisi useammin rakentaa näin värikkäästi.

Reijo Jämes has taken a fantastic photo of Huvilakatu in the winter, Helsinki Finland

Helsinki, Suomi

Helsinki, Finland (by John C.) Raitio vaunut and the streets mom told me she had a hard time walking on as a teen in high heels --- I had a hard time walking in heels too in a Finland and that's recently!

Helsinki, Finalnd (Great blog about visiting here, brilliant pictures.)

Highlights from Our Visit to Helsinki

Helsinki is a trendy, hip, and all around awesome city. This post outlines everything this city has to offer and what we loved about it.

Cute little cafe at the highest peak at Töölö bay (Töölönlahti) so the great view is guaranteed - Helsinki café: Sinisen Huvilan Kahvila | | (c) Jussi Hellsten, jussihellsten.com & visithelsinki.fi

Cute little cafe at the highest peak at Töölö bay (Töölönlahti) so the great…

Kotiharjun Sauna Oy - Harjutorinkatu 1 - 00500 Helsinki - FINLAND - Harjutorin sauna - puulämmitteiset miesten- ja naistensaunat - tilaussauna perheille ja ryhmille

Wood heated sauna in downtown Helsinki

Helsinki, Finland

The Cathedral, Helsinki, Finland (c) Helsinki Tourism Material Bank/Niklas Sjöblom

Kesäsade | Helsinki, Munkkiniemi, Finland | http://www.vastavalo.fi/helsinki-munkkiniemi-sade-kesasade-278715.html

Kesäsade Hollantilaisentie, Munkkiniemi, Helsinki by vastavalo

Lippakioski, Katajanokka. Helsingissä on  20 kioskia, jotka kaupunginarkkitehti Gunnar Taucher (1886–1941) ja arkkitehti Hilding Ekelund (1893–1984) suunnittelivat 1930-luvulla.  Käytännössä suurin osa jäljellä olevista lippakioskeista on rakennettu 1940–1950-luvuilla. Kaikki lippakioskit ovat nykyisin suojelukohteita.

In Helsinki there are 20 kiosks designed by city architect Gunnar Taucher and architect Hilding Ekelund in the In practice, most of the remaining tickets have been built in the and All ticket bins are now protected.

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