Espoo – a city of innovations and adventurous experiences
Espoo is the second largest and the fastest growing city of Finland. Espoo is Northern Europe’s largest high-tech and innovation hub where science, business and culture meet the wilderness of Nuuksio National Park and stunning seaside environment.
Helsinki Airport is just a half an hour drive from Espoo. The capital region has an extensive and affordable public transportation network and in 2017 the west metro will take you to Helsinki in 10 minutes.
In Espoo you are in the midst of great outdoors, but never far from the bustle of the capital. There are 58 km of coastline, 95 lakes, 165 islands, 600km of cycling tracks, 200km of cross country skiing tracks and the scenic Waterfront Walkway. Fascinating sights, sounds and events invite you to come and enjoy yourself in Espoo! Things to do:
WeeGee Exhibition Centre consists of four museums: EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art, KAMU – Espoo City Museum, the Finnish Toy Museum Hevosenkenkä and the Finnish Museum of Horology. Located in Tapiola, Espoo, the exhibition centre offers experiences to visitors of all ages. In addition to exhibitions, the museums offer guided tours, workshops and various themed events.
Looking for accommodation?
If you need accommodation, please visit https://www.visitespoo.fi/en/sights-and-services/sleep/
Shopping and restaurants
Ainoa Shopping Centre in Tapiola is just a short walk from Original Sokos Hotel Tapiola Garden and from Espoo Metro Areena.
Sello Shopping Centre in Leppävaara within good public transportation to Tapiola.
Iso Omena in Matinkylä, a bus drive from Espoo Metro Areena