the coastal capital of Finland is well worth visiting for anyone, and it is only 170 km (90 minutes by train) to the south.
west from Tampere. It makes an interesting day trip by train, bus or car.
size town 80 km south most famous for its small medieval castle.
and Himos (95 km north of Tampere) are small downhill skiing stations in the region.
a charming and quiet municipality 35 km south of Tampere.
city in the region of Ostrobothnia in Finland
former municipality of Finland, now part of Kurikka
municipality in the region of Lapland in Finland
city in the region of Pirkanmaa in Finland
municipality in the region of Pirkanmaa in Finland
observation tower in Tampere, Finland
concert and congress centre in Tampere, Finland
city in the region of Tavastia Proper in Finland
Finnish technology corporation
Tampere (Swedish: Tammerfors) is the third largest city in Finland with around 215,000 inhabitants (around 300,000 in the metropolitan area). Being 170 km north of the Finnish coastal capital Helsinki, it is also the most populous inland town in the Nordic countries. Geographically, the city lies on a narrow isthmus between Lake Näsijärvi, which reaches far to the north, and Lake Pyhäjärvi in the south. In addition, there are 200 lakes and ponds in Tampere, and a total of 450 in the entire region. Despite being predominantly a former heavy industry centre, today Tampere is a major hub for information technology, research, education, culture, sports and business. In 2010, the City of Tampere came in first in an image survey comparing the largest cities in Finland. Leaving Helsinki behind, it was also found the most attractive city among Finns who plan on moving.
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