Tampere is defined by unique characteristics: it is surrounded by beautiful lakes and eskers, it has a perfect scale for walking and there’s always something new and innovative going on. The centre of the city is dominated by industrial heritage; the national landscpape of Tammerkoski rapids and historical red brick buildings.
From the cultural point of view, Tampere is defined by our local treats of black sausage with lingonberry sauce and the world’s best doughnuts, morning coffee at Laukontori Market Square enjoyed in a small lake breeze, our imaginative museums, events after events, vibrant cool laziness and the fact that we are the sauna capital of the world.
Find out more: https://visittampere.fi/en/
Tampere Hall is the largest conference and concert centre in the Nordic countries. We have 371,000 visitors per year, organise approximately 700 events and inject EUR 35 million into the local economy. Our doors are open to absolutely everyone.
Tampere Hall also provides a home for the Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra, à la carte Restaurant Tuhto and the world’s only Moomin Museum, which has opened in 2017.
Find out more: https://tampere-talo.fi/en/