Helsinki is the largest city in Finland, with a metropolitan area housing around 1.4 million inhabitants.
Finland has been part of the Russian Empire for about a hundred years and the architecture of many parts of this city is similar to that of St. Petersburg and Moscow.
In Helsinki it is possible to clearly observe the different architectural styles and the impact of the different periods of its more than 450 years of history.
The atmosphere shows how the city is open to news and the latest trends. Helsinki is a green city, overlooking the sea and surrounded by nature. Infact, a third of the city is made up of parks and other green areas.