Need to Book Campervan Rental in Helsinki Airport or Downtown in 2016?
Planning to hire campervan from Helsinki in 2016 or 2017? We have collated all the possible rental options with renowned supplier that include Touring Cars Finland, McRent and PURE Motorhomes Finland to enable you to easily compare the vehicle specifications and prices side by side.
In addition to unbeatable prices on campervan hire Helsinki we also offer either free or unlimited mileage with some suppliers. If free miles are not available then we offer you the option to pre-purchase extra miles whilst booking ( which always works out cheaper ). All campervan include comprehensive liability insurance, please refer to supplier for any excess amount that may apply, 24 hour breakdown cover should also be included as common practice. Our convenient pick up and drop off points are available at all key airports within Finland.
Exploring Helsinki's Best Attractions
Also known as the "Daughter of the Baltic", Helsinki is one of those modern towns in Europe that has a small town feel. As the capital of Finland, this metropolitan town has more to offer than just the modern comforts and attractions to its visitors. There are so many landmarks in the capital city and destinations within a few minutes away. An RV road trip while visiting Helsinki is a better option especially if you want to see all the wonderful sites and attractions of this town. Why delay book your campervan hire Helsinki today
Rastila Campsite in Helsinki
Rastila is just 20 minutes away from the town centre. It is open all year-round which makes it a great choice for visitors and campers who are on a tight budget. If you hate hotels, this is the place to go especially if you want to rent an RV, visit the famous destinations, and park and camp for a few nights at the pitch.
Rastila offers multiple options to campers. There are tent pitches, wood cabins, and log cottages. The facilities include shower rooms, WiFi/internet access, bikes for hire, saunas, electric outlets, and toilet disposal systems. There is also a summer hostel available from mid June to July. Nearby the campsite, you will find a supermarket which always comes in handy if you run out of food supply and toiletries.
Visiting Helsinki is a thrilling experience for every tourist. There are lots of attractions to see within the city and you will never run out of things to do and places to go to, which is why a rented mobile home or RV is the best option.
While there are numerous destinations and attractions in Helsinki, if you are riding an RV and roaming around town, it's best to visit the best landmarks known by both locals and travellers. Here are just a few of them you should visit in your campervan hire Helsinki while in town.
The Suomenlinna Fortress is located off the Helsinki coast and it is a group of seven islands which is also the location of one of the world's largest sea fortress. It has been named one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. You will need to ride a ferry in order to reach the Suomenlinna Fortress, but it's worth a visit especially if you love a bit of history, military architecture, and a bit of souvenir shopping as well.
Eduskuntatalo or Parliament House is a true masterpiece and representation of art, architecture, industrial design, and workmanship. It was designed by the Borg–Sirén–Åberg design company which used 20th Century modernism and Neoclassical influence.
Esplanadi Park is the place to relax in the city. The park is quite well-known to many visitors and locals because of its beautifully planned design. There are spectacular monuments, greenery, and the Kapelli Café Brasserie. If you want to unwind and sip a cup of coffee after a long touristy day, this is the place to be.
Hakaniemi Market Square is said to be the unofficial district of Helsinki. It is a large, energetic market place with oriental food stores, local crafts, and inexpensive food. If you visit in October, make sure to go to Hakaniemi Market Square for the Baltic Herring Festival. In May, the vintage American car exhibition is held in the market place.
The Helsinki Cathedral is an architectural masterpiece which sits in the city central. It has Neoclassical style with a tall green dome in the middle of four smaller domes. It is one of the most popular attractions where thousands of visitors - tourist and locals alike - visit each year.
For modern architecture lovers, the Rock Church or better known as Temppeliaukio Kirkko is a great destination to discover. It was constructed in the late 1960's by the Suomalainen brothers. The Rock Church is popular for hosting live events such as classical concerts.