Tour of Old Wooden Towns

Reposaaren katumaisemaa kirkolle
Reposaari
Reposaaren takaranta
Reposaaren katumaisemaa kirkolle
Reposaari
Reposaaren takaranta
Walking around old towns is like stepping into a fairytale: the colourful wooden houses, decorative gates, cobblestone streets and beatiful public buildings create an atmosphere of the long forgotten past.

 

Old Finnish coastal towns offer many lovely restaurants, cafes, shops and museums. Most of the buildings in these conservation areas date back to the 18th and 19th centuries, and strict regulations ensure that the areas retain their history. Welcome to tour of Old Wooden Towns: Turku, Naantali, Uusikaupunki, Rauma, Pori and Reposaari.

Reposaari is an idyllic island of wooden buildings, like a fascinating miniature town. The maritime district of wooden buildings with about a thousand residents is locally also called Räpsöö. The island is approximately three kilometres long and half a kilometre wide. It offers magnificent sea views and many interesting details.

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Turku, Naantali, Uusikaupunki, Rauma, Pori