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Dynamic Hervanta always on the go

Close to nature and familiar to many, Hervanta is an active, evolving district of 25,000 residents. Renting a home in Hervanta makes for easy living, as everything a person needs is close to hand: a comprehensive range of amenities, nature for the exploring, sports and exercise facilities, and events. The district is growing as new residential areas are added to it, giving space for everyone to be exactly who they are.

People who live in Hervanta seldom want to move away, and no wonder. The district has everything to meet everyday needs plus a truly extensive range of opportunities for exercise both indoors and out.

This lively district is also the setting for any number of events and activities. The heart of Hervanta beats in its active residents of all ages. This culturally diverse district lives and breathes alongside its residents, both in the humdrum of the everyday and in the highlights of life.

Dare you take a shine to Hervanta? Here are five good reasons why you should.

1. Comprehensive amenities and lively community

Hervanta wants for nothing: there is Duo Shopping Centre, Kela office, library, firehouse, restaurants, church, local newspaper and daycare centres. Plus the Police Museum. For any further needs, Tampere city centre is just a quick ride away whether by tram, bus or car.

The district has several active community associations that organise events for visitors of all ages: there’s a men’s club, flea market, sports clubs and crafts clubs. This district is anything but dull!

2. Everyday exploration of nature

Nature is close by in Hervanta. The district has wonderful running trails and excellent opportunities for enjoying the outdoors. The Ahvenisjärvi area as well as the Suolijärvi and Hervantajärvi nature trails offer something to do for all the family.
There are several swimming beaches in Hervanta, too. One of them is Suolijärvi Beach, which is surrounded by hiking trails crisscrossing the greenery of nature.

3. A student’s dream

When you grow up, would you want to be a police officer, an engineer or maybe a carpenter? These are but a few of the qualifications that may be earned in the educational institutions located in Hervanta. Lively Hervanta is popular among students, and why not: what could be more convenient that renting a home close to your place of study and other students.

4. A world of music right outside your door with a festival wristband

One of the most recent arrivals on the music festival scene is the rap-oriented Herwoodfest. The festival showcases Finnish underground artists and offers a wide range of other programming as well. From start to finish, the festival was planned by local Tampere youth with the assistance of youth counsellors. This is as fresh as a music festival gets!

Hervanta Open Air meanwhile has a heavier Finnish emphasis in music along with a food offering that caters to a more mature palate.

Invite your friends to join: Hervanta is just 20 minutes by tram from the centre of Tampere.

5. You may go crazy for sports

Hervanta has plenty of opportunities to enjoy individual and team sports. In the eastern part of ‘Herwood’ there is an excellent frisbee golf course. Hervanta also has several outdoor tennis courts and a street workout park in Maijalanpuisto.

If indoors is more your thing, there are several gyms in the area. Footballers have an indoor field along with several fields outdoors. For ballgames and racquet sports, there is Hervanta recreational centre. Anyone for cricket? Hervanta has cricket practice nets, too.

Hervanta public swimming pool and Ice Stadium are sights to see in their own right: they were built 30 metres underground in sheer rock in the early 1980s.

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