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A cultural haven in the North District of Turku, Logomo opened as a base of operations for arts and musical activity in the city during its time as the European Capital of Culture in 2011. Logomo continues to support the arts in Turku through a comprehensive programme of events.

Get involved with Turku's arts scene at Logomo with a stay at the Radisson Blu Marina Hotel in the city centre. From your Turku accommodation, you can attend any number of events, workshops and seminars at Logomo and retire to a modern hotel room at the end of the day.

The cultural programme at Logomo

Logomo opened its doors in 2011 with a purpose of promoting the cultural activity of the city and exposing Turku and Finnish artists to the world. As the European Cultural Capital for the year, Turku drew thousands of visitors to its cultural centres, including Logomo, for a series of events and exhibitions.

Logomo also has a large venue for music, and continues to draw top pop and rock acts from around the world for performances in Turku. The venue also supports traditional and classical music, with regularly scheduled concerts, plus stage plays and ballet performances.

For a complete day out, Logomo also offers a full-service café bar and restaurant, Kitchen. Culture-seeking tourists can take some time out when visiting the venue for drinks and meals made with fresh, local ingredients for a pick-me-up.

Explore local culture from your Turku hotel

Stay in the Turku city centre to experience the most of this vibrant Finnish city. With a stay at the Radisson Blu Marina Hotel, you can easily reach cultural destinations such as Logomo, or storied sites such as Turku Cathedral.

In addition, the hotel also has business facilities and meeting spaces, meaning it makes a natural choice when planning or attending a Turku conference.