Tampere is the biggest city in the northern Finnish inland. The city has a long history of industry and a lot to offer to visitors. Tampere is located between two lakes, Näsijärvi and Pyhäjärvi. Water from Näsijärvi runs to Pyhäjärvi via the Tammerkoski rapids. Along Tammerkoski you will find red brick buildings, old fabric buildings from the golden age of industry. From the historical perspective, the city is the first and biggest industrial town in Finland and therefore also called as Manchester of Finland.

The most popular attraction for families with children is the amusement park Särkänniemi. From the observation tower Näsineula you will have beautiful scenery over the whole city.

One of the city's museums is the Tampere Art Museum, which shows the model of the Moomin house, as well as sketches and manuscripts.

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