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When I first visited the Old Town I thought I was in Sweden. It looks like old Swedish town - and most speak Swedish here too. It's just cool to walk slowly through the town - and remember to visit Café Gamla Stan - great...More
Though this town is small with not many points of interests, somehow I like the peacefulness of this little town. I enjoyed walking around, visiting some of the shops, the church including the popular cake shop..where I had a slice of yummy strawberry cake! I...More
Lovely church, nice courtyards and fenced inner wards. Traffic is also permitted for cars so this is not pedestrian zone and streets are quite narrow. Lovely sea front to walk along (not sandy beach, though) and feel the light sea breeze.
I enjoyed walking round this old town with my Finnish friend. who told me about the history of this mainly Swedish speaking area of Southwest Finland. We passed the ice cream van which his daughter loved to frequent, and he pointed out the mirrors through...More
Nice to have a walk on the side of the sea side and to see the vortex door, a weird recent installation that had its part of spirituality and mysterious energy. All a local to find it, it's near the main square of the town....More
Have a wander around. The market square is super (you can view it on Google!) especially on market days. Within five minutes or so you can be on the water side of the archipelago which has got to be second to none for beauty. If...More