Tram Tour

Secret parks, beautiful cafes, lovely neighborhoods

Duration: 3 hours
Distance: 10-11 KM
Price: €60 per person
€260 per group
Start: 10:00 am / 2:00 pm

Helsinki trams are iconic! One of the oldest tram systems in the world that dates back to 1891. In the city centre areas, trams are the first choice of the locals when it comes to public transportation. This is also the city where things simply work, and public transportation is no exception. It works flawlessly and ranks among the best, not just in Europe but in the world.

In this tour, we will visit various parts of this beautiful city that would not have tourist crowds and enjoy it like a local by using the famous tram system. We will explore Helsinki with local transport to get an easy-going authentic experience. We will discover hidden locations that you may not find in standard tour itineraries; amazing secret parks, beaches, beautiful cafes, flea markets, great views and needless to say impressive architecture. You will also keep your day ticket for public transportation which is valid for 24 hours.

Itinerary (subject to change according to weather conditions, public holidays, and events)

Senate Square, Helsinki Cathedral, Katajanokka, Luotsikatu, Uspenski Cathedral, Bulevardi, Old Church Park, Viiskulma, Eira, Mikael Agricola Church, Kaivopuisto, St. John’s Church, Ullanlinna, Design Museum, Design District, Mannerheimintie, National Museum of Finland, Central Library Oodi



Kaivopuisto is Helsinki’s oldest and best known urban park. It is surrounded by old villas from 19th century and several embassies.

It is possible to have great views of the peninsula, nearby islands and sea from the small hill inside the park.


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Katajanokka is one of the distinguished neighbourhoods of Helsinki. It is famous for the great examples of Jugendstil architecture on its streets.

There are many more significant landmarks in the area such as the Uspenski Cathedral, an old prison redeveloped as a hotel, and Finnish icebreaker fleet.

Sibelius Park

The Sibelius Park was named after Finland’s greatest composer Jean Sibelius on his 80th birthday in 1945.

A favourite destination in the park is the Sibelius Monument designed by Eila Hiltunen which is  a popular attraction in Helsinki.


Meeting point:

Aleksanterinkatu no 9, Paulig Kulma Cafe

Group size:

6 persons (Please contact me if you wish to have a larger group)

What is included?:

The three-hour tram tour

Public transportation ticket valid for 24 hours (bus, tram, train, subway)

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