Private Tour

Enjoy the Best of Helsinki With a Personal Touch

Duration: 3 hours
Distance:  Adjustable to your preferences
Price: €230 per group (price for 6 participants)
Start: Adjustable to your preferences

If you want to enjoy Helsinki on a walking tour only with your own group or yourself, then a private tour is for you. In this tour, you will have control as it will be customized according to your preferences and you will enjoy a personalized experience.

You can let me know about your preferences regarding the places, attractions and landmarks you wish to visit, or you can choose from various itineraries such as the Helsinki walking tour, architecture tour or tram tour. You will set the pace; we can stop, rest and have something to drink wherever and whenever want. As always, I can provide recommendations if you need any.

If you want to have a larger group, let me know before you book the tour so that I can arrange it. Contact me and mention your preferences and interests; I will create a customized tour just for you and your group.


The itinerary in our private tour will include the major attractions such as the Senate Square, historical landmarks such as the Central Railway Station, lesser known but important places like Kappeli, and world famous sites such as the central library Oodi and the Rock Church. Our route and pace will be arranged according to your preferences and choices.


Senate Square

The Senate Square and its surroundings form a unique and cohesive example of Neoclassical architecture, dating back to early 19th century.

The square is dominated by four buildings designed by Carl Ludvig Engel; the Helsinki Cathedral, the Government Palace, the main building of the University of Helsinki and the National Library of Finland.



Kappeli is one of the oldest and most famous venues in Helsinki. Hampus Dahlström designed the original building; opening date was 1867.

Being the meeting place of the famous Finnish artists such as Aho, Järnefelt, Leino, Sibelius and Gallen-Kallela, Kappeli was a place with great examples of fine art on its walls.



With its golden cupolas and redbrick facade, The Uspenski Cathedral is one of the clearest symbols of the Russian impact on Finnish history.

It was designed by Aleksei M. Gornostajev and consecrated in 1868. It is the largest Orthodox temple in Northern and Western Europe.



Meeting point:

Adjustable to your preferences

Group size:

Adjustable to your preferences

What is included?:

The three-hour private tour

What is not included?:

Food and drinks


Difficulty Level:


Things to note:

Please be prepared to walk 5-6 km. I recommend joining the tour with comfortable (walking) shoes.

Tours are done all year around, rain or shine; please dress according to the weather. Bring an umbrella or a raincoat in case of rain.

Tour is not wheelchair accessible.

Please check terms & conditions for cancellation policy.