Fork in hand is a culinary walk around Helsinki’s city centre organised by Heather's Helsinki. You’ll get stories about Helsinki and Finnish Food as we enjoy a meal on the go! From the largest food hall in the city to the smallest local deli; the market hall and the market place; raw food and local food – Heather’s Helsinki has it all.
Description: You’ll get a native English guide and a fun trip through the city. We’ll focus on food and design, and you’ll get plenty of Helsinki stories, both from the recent past to long ago. Highlights include Stockmann department store, Esplanade Park, the Design District, Iittala Flagship Store, the Market Square, the Old Market Hall and Senate Square. Establishments included may vary depending on seasonal operations and menu items.
Good to know! The weather in Helsinki can vary greatly. Dress for the weather! Heather’s Helsinki recommends warm clothing and layers for winter, a rain jacket and a sun hat in summer. This is a walking tour and we’ll be walking on gravel paths, cobble stones and asphalt so good walking shoes are a must.
Duration: 4 hours
Length: 5,1 km
Group size: minimum group size for private tours 4 persons. Groups with over 9 participants can also choose another weekday from Monday - Saturday, please contact our sales!
Fork in Hand departure & finishing points:
Departure: 10.00 under the clock at Stockmann Department Store, (Aleksanterinkatu 52) and conclude our adventure in Senate Square, Helsinki.
Return: 14.00 Senate Square
Price, departures, general information and bookings:
All taste samples
Beer tasting menu
A special gift for each participant
Coffee at our last stop
Price does not include tea, coffee or other beverages unless specifically specified
Rate for 2018-2019:
85 € / person
*Kindly contact the tour provider regarding commission! Season 2018-2019:
Availability: All year round
Set departures: on Tuesday and Thursday
Information & bookings: Ms Riitta Kiukas Skafur-Tour Reharinteentie 161 FIN-12400 Tervakoski email@example.com +358 45 173 8979 Homepage: www.skafour-tour.fi
We hold the right to make adjustments and ask you to kindly reconfirm the specific itinerary and pricing directly with the tour provider.
Getting there: The Finnish capital Helsinki is easily accessible, no matter where you are travelling from, and is served by many international flights. In Helsinki-Vantaa airport there are various rental car companies available. If you want to travel with your own car, you can reach Helsinki via ferry from Tallinn, Stockholm, Travemünde and Rostock. Helsinki region has an excellent public transportation system: tickets and prices Links Text & Pictures in Dropbox Visit Helsinki