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Five Places to Go in Helsinki

The New York Times, MARCH 28, 2017

 
Diners enjoy their meals at Clock Hall. 

In design-centric Helsinki, Teurastamo’s red-brick buildings once housed slaughtered reindeers, pigs and cows. Today, this meatpacking district has transformed into an epicenter for the city’s creative class. Everyone from trendy millennials and stylish moms pushing strollers to Finnish bureaucrats have taken to perusing the shops highlighting Finnish-made products, eating at the many eclectic restaurants and frequenting the indie and electronic music festivals held there. 

Getting to the neighborhood just got easier too with EkoRent, a Zipcar-like start-up with a fleet of electric cars and parking and charging stations.

Read the complete original story here: Five Places to Go in Helsinki



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