Hotels in Turku

ISLAND DELIGHTS IN TURKU

Turku serves up vibrant city life and magnificent countryside in equal measures! Fall in love with contemporary Finnish design at the luxury Radisson Blu Marina Palace Hotel, centrally located on the banks of the Aura River. Take a cruise around the city’s breathtaking archipelago, and explore fascinating Turku Castle and the impressive Art Museum, or visit one of the stately manor houses nearby.

Turku is a city where modern culture and history meet. It is known as a centre for history, art and culture. The city of Turku a unique place with historically important cultural milieus, an extensive scenic archipelago, and the Aura River, which runs through the city.

Turku's beautiful milieus, combined with its numerous events, vibrant nightlife and diverse shopping opportunities make the city a particularly interesting place to visit. All of Turku’s opportunities are available to you just a few steps from the elegant and luxurious Radisson Blu Marina Palace Hotel, which is located on the banks of the Aura River in the heart of Turku.

In the centre of Turku, you can sense the medieval atmosphere; when you walk the cobbled streets of Finland's oldest city, on the riverside walk and the Market Square, you will sense it. Turku Castle and the Cathedral are the city's most famous attractions, which will transport your thoughts to a bygone age. The buzz of different kinds of markets held on the riverside also reminds the visitor of olden times. During summer, the riverside is full of life and attracts visitors to eat, drink and listen to music in a relaxed setting.

Turku is considered to have been founded in 1229. It is still a major commercial port city, with frequent passenger-ferry services to Mariehamn and Stockholm. It is easy to experience the Turku archipelago, not just from the deck of a passenger ferry, but also right from the city centre. Old sailing ships depart from the shores of the Aura River, bound for the archipelago, or even for Naantali. The Turku archipelago is renowned for its rugged nature, but it also provides visitors an oasis where they can relax by playing golf, visiting a spa, or enjoying delicious food.

Turku’s European Capital of Culture status in 2011 elevated the importance of culture in the city’s street scene, and the impact can still be felt. The events and sights of Turku attract a lot of domestic as well as foreign tourists. In summer the town is bursting with events and festivals: music, theatre, art, design, markets and much more. Turku is Finland's official Christmas City, which is reflected in the city's events programme at the end of the year.

Turku’s major attractions are the city centre and the archipelago, as well as the neighbouring town, Naantali. Naantali’s major attractions are its historically important old town, the President of the Republic of Finland's summer residence Kultaranta, and the Moomin World theme park, which is based on the classic stories by Finnish author Tove Jansson. Turku has something for everyone: the urban city traveller, the nature-loving hiker or the visitor with young children. However you travel, the crowning jewel of your trip is a stay at the Radisson Blu Marina Palace Hotel.

Hotels in Turku

  • Radisson Blu Marina Palace Hotel, Turku
    Radisson Blu Marina Palace Hotel, Turku

    Description:

    Near the Aura River, this Turku hotel welcomes guests to a convenient city centre location, complete with comfortable rooms and thoughtful amenities. On-site dining options include a barbeque restaurant and a 24-hour coffee bar. The three saunas and fitness centre provide a means of relaxation and unwinding, while the flexible meeting facilities can house up to 800 guests for both local and business events.


    Contact Information:

    +358 20 1234 710

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