Vibrant urban culture and 1 200 km of cycle paths keep people on the move in Helsinki. We offer rental homes for every taste in Helsinki's best locations.
Helsinki offers things to do every day of the week. The city’s bubbling urban culture coupled with stunning seafront scenery and closeness to nature is perfect for every stage in your life. Helsinki is undergoing a strong period of creativity as a city – in addition to new restaurants, services and events, new residential areas are created and old ones developed all the time. Multiculturality, communality, safety and security as well as overall pleasantness ensure Helsinki's ranking as one of the best cities to live in the world.
Helsinki’s lovely urban and events culture offers experiences around the year starting from local events like the Kumpula Village Party to world-class festivals and concerts . There is a huge range of services and inspiring leisure opportunities for all those looking for things to do – from babies to senior citizens. Helsinki also offers endless shopping opportunities at the numerous shopping centres from the city centre’s Kamppi to East Helsinki’s Itis.
Helsinki has a multitude of nature trails and paths for walks and runs starting very close to the city centre. For example, a morning jog along the seafront in Eiranranta, walking your dog around Töölönlahti Bay or a long hike to Mustikkamaa island will give you a great boost of energy. And the further you go from the centre the larger the parks and green areas get. Those renting a home in Vuosaari often find themselves in Uutela, while the Central Park is an obvious favourite among many of those into enjoying the outdoors.
Did you know that wherever you are in Helsinki you are always within around 10 km from the seafront? Spanning more than 100 km, Helsinki’s coastline has so many places worth visiting: Fancy having a sauna with a seaview? Head for Hernesaari’s Löyly sauna. Perhaps bathing on a sandy beach? Visit Vuosaari . Curious about cannons? This time skip Suomenlinna and visit Vallisaari island instead.
Wherever you are heading, in Helsinki it is easy to get there by tram, bus or train, and soon you will also be ride the metro from Mellunmäki all the way to Matinkylä, Espoo. The Ring Rail Line connects the centre of Helsinki to the Helsinki-Vantaa Airport and therefore the entire world.
Helsinki is a great city for cyclists. You can ride almost everywhere in Helsinki on up to 1 200 km of cycling routes. For example, the Baana fast lane enables you to ride from Kiasma to Ruoholahti in just five minutes.
SATO RentHomes are located close to excellent transport links.
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