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Things to do in Helsinki

Original Sokos Hotel Tripla is located in Pasila, providing excellent transportation connections to places such as Linnanmäki and the Olympic Stadium. The attractions of Helsinki city center are also just a few minutes away by train.

Mall of Tripla

Mall of Tripla boasts nearly 250 shops, making it one of the largest shopping centers in the Nordic region and a perfect destination for a shopping getaway. Inclement weather is not a concern, as all services at Tripla are conveniently located under one roof!

As a guest at Original Sokos Hotel Tripla, you also receive fantastic shopping benefits at Tripla's stores! By showing the hotel key card, you can enjoy advantages at over 50 stores. All current benefits can be found in the Mall of Tripla magazine available in the hotel room.


Linnanmäki Amusement Park

Linnanmäki is Finland's oldest and most popular amusement park, located in Alppila, just 1.5 kilometers from Tripla. Linnanmäki features over 40 amusement rides, a variety of games, as well as restaurants and cafes. The park's most popular attraction is the wooden roller coaster, which has been delighting visitors since 1951.

The Children's Day Foundation maintains and develops Linnanmäki Amusement Park to raise funds for child welfare work. By having fun at Linnanmäki, you support child welfare! Linnanmäki's season starts at the end of April and continues well into October. For detailed opening hours, check Linnanmäki's website >>

Address: Tivolikuja 1, Helsinki

Olympic Stadium

Helsinki Olympic Stadium is Finland's largest sports arena, completed in 1938. Today, the stadium hosts sports competitions and major concerts featuring both domestic and international top artists.

The 72-meter-high tower of the Olympic Stadium offers an excellent vantage point to admire the cityscape of Helsinki, and sports enthusiasts can visit the Sports Museum located in the stadium. The stadium is situated in Töölö, just 1.6 kilometers from Original Sokos Hotel Tripla.

Address: Paavo Nurmen tie 1, Helsinki

East Pasila Street Art District – Helsinki Urban Art

East Pasila Street Art District is filled with colorful murals and other artworks. The area has quickly evolved into a significant hub for street art, illustrating the everyday lives of local residents and capturing the imagination of tourists.

Check the precise locations of the artworks on the map and learn more about Pasila's street art here >>

Children's Traffic Town

Children's Traffic Town offers kids and families the opportunity to practice safe traffic behavior with various modes of transportation, such as pedal cars and bicycles. During the summer, the traffic town is open to everyone, and the activities are free of charge. Family days are also organized during school holidays, where parents guide their children to move according to traffic rules.

Learn more >>

Address: Auroranportti 2, Helsinki

Image: Jussi Hellsten / Helsinki Partners