Finland Fort is one of Finland's World Heritage Sites, which is worth visiting. It's a connected island. It's a ferry ride from the market pier next to Amanda in Hecun. It took me 12 Euros to buy a 24-hour bus card in Hecun. Bus, ferry, tramway. Liu arrives at the island in ten minutes. Looking back at Hecun, the cloudy fairyland outside the country is general. Near the dock is the tourist center. There is a free guidebook, one for each English and Chinese Finn. First use the Chinese version to find places of interest, set up tour paths, after all, the three islands are very tired to walk once. Then look at the road signs in the English version and ask for directions according to the pictures. If you don't understand it, ask the local people for directions in Finnish. Haha, go all the way, ask all the way, travel notes of Lu Chi. The summer round-trip ferry lasts almost 20 hours, so don't worry about the return time, but walk hard. There are no tickets on the island. Museums need tickets. Museum hall can enter sit and buy snacks and cold drinks. By the way, look at the introduction, there are many military introductions. There are many cave trails on the island where many children run around to hide and seek. There are also many adults on the hillside outing party, the sea breeze blowing, cool and pleasant, suitable for vacation. There is a shipyard on the island. You can see the original way of shipbuilding. Near the sea, there are many cannons, weapons and ammunition storehouses, like Hobbit huts. The scenery is beautiful and worth seeing. There are also cafes and restaurants on the island. A day trip is no problem.
Finland is the most important and famous scenic spot in Finland, which can be said to be a microcosm of Finland's history in the past three hundred years. Strong fortresses, solemn fortresses, abandoned anchors, Gustav's sword, King's Gate... The ice-bound coastal fortress also seems to describe the smoke and vastness of the Baltic passage in the past city defense.
From the Red Church to the open-air market, there is a wharf. The ferry is to Finland. It's 5 euros round trip. We bought a bus day ticket, which can be used in general. What a big Finland Fort, this kind of military engineering, in its early years, was a great achievement, but now it is still so strong and beautiful. The ferry runs twice an hour, which is very convenient. There are also supermarkets and tourist services on the island.
Finnish castle is a masterpiece of Oxding's design. It has been more than 250 years. It is one of the most important coastal defense military fortresses in the world. It was listed on the World Heritage List in 1991 and protected. The island is beautiful and worth visiting.
The world's largest naval defense fortress is located on an island about 15 minutes away from the Helsinki harbor pier by ferry. Long churches, magnificent walls, solemn fortresses, abandoned iron anchors and stone fortresses all speak of the blood and sweat of the Finnish people in resisting Russia's invasion. Now they are also a paradise in the world.
Although on an island off the coast of Helsinki, transportation is also convenient. Ferries are basically 40-minute flights and can be used by pass, so they are not expensive. The island is basically free except for museums. Although the museum requires tickets, it is still worth visiting. There are many things about Finland's history.
To Helsinki, Finland, as a world cultural heritage, is a must-see attraction. It's very convenient. It's about 20 minutes by ferry at the wharf near the market square. The tour route instructions on the island are also very clear, and it would be better if there were guides to explain it! __________
Finland Fort is a small island in Helsinki. It consists of six islands, big and small. It is the largest coastal defense fortification so far. It has a high historical and architectural value. It is worth visiting, especially in winter. It is really beautiful to climb to Finland Fort.
Finland has been listed as a World Heritage Site, a fortress for maritime defense! Free scenic spot, need to go by boat, bus every 15 minutes is very convenient! Finland is beautiful in summer and suitable for leisure travel. Several museums on the island have time to visit.
We can reach Finland Island in more than 10 minutes by Helsinki City Transport ferry near the White Church. There are many ferry flights. Helsinki Traffic PASS can be used without the need to buy tickets. Founded in 1748, Finland is a coastal fortress that integrates Eastern and Western cultures and was listed as a world cultural heritage in 1991. We walked for more than two hours until we reached the King's Gate Pier on the Baltic Sea. There are many green trees, grass and cloves all over the island, and the fragrance is pleasant. The gardeners were mowing the grass. In addition to the roar of the machines, there was a fragrance of grass. On cloudy days, there are small waves hitting rocks. There are large and small cruises, speedboats and sailboats on the sea. There are residential houses on the island. It is reported that more than 800 residents live there. There are many INFO offices on the island. There are some Chinese materials. At King's Pier, we need to buy tickets by boat. We went back to the pier and returned. In summer, tourists with plenty of time are well worth walking around the Baltic Sea.