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Reviewed June 19, 2016.
No visit to Helsinki is complete without a visit to the market place. The market square is by the sea so it's flat. You can see the ferry and tour boats. It can be cold in winter - be warned. The square itself is cobbled so this can be bumpy but there is a smooth path by the sea front. You can visit all the stalls selling fresh fruit, vegetables, fish and souvenirs. Don't miss the café or soup tents. I usually have salmon soup and they will bring it to me if I can't get into the tent. In summer you can buy fresh strawberries and other berries and eat them straightaway. The sea gulls can be a nuisance but the city is trying to keep them under control with various measures.
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