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Located on the southern coast of Finland, Turku enjoys some of the best weather in this Nordic country. Separated from its neighbor Sweden by the Baltic Sea, Turku is a port city that has historically served as Finland’s gateway to the West.
The origins of the city are not well known. It was mentioned in a letter written by the Pope in 1229, so this date is generally used as the foundation of the city. For much of its history, Turku was the most important city in Finland. Ruled for centuries by Sweden, Finland fought for its independence, only to come under the direct rule of the Russian Czar who moved the capital to Helsinki.
Although no longer the capital, Turku remains one of the country’s most important cities. It was still the country’s biggest city up until 1840, and it remains a key port and cultural center. In 2011, it was designated the European capital of culture in recognition of this ongoing relevance. And because it was the country’s capital for so long, many of Finland’s most striking historic buildings can still be found in Turku.
Its history as the former capital of the country makse Turku one of the country's most visited cities. You'll find plenty to do in this underrated town. Whether you're into history, nature, art, food, or culture, there's lots to enjoy in Turku.
Learn more about Finland’s history at Turku Castle. Dating back 700 years, this medieval fortification is an icon of the city and one of its oldest buildings. The castle houses a museum that illuminates the history of Turku and the country of Finland as a whole.
See the spiritual heart of Finland at Turku Cathedral. This ancient church remains the most important in the country and is a big part of Finland’s annual Christmas celebrations. To this day, the sound of its bells are broadcast on national radio across the country at noon.
Treat yourself to some whimsical fun at Moomin World. Based on the children's books by Finnish author Tove Jansson, the Moomins have become one of Finland's most popular cultural exports. This theme park is a great place to take the kids whether they are already familiar with these characters or not.
Relax in true Finnish style at Naantali Spa Hotel. The sauna is a big part of Finnish culture, and this luxurious spa offers a modern take on this ancient tradition. Pamper yourself in the saunas and swimming pools or get a rejuvenating treatment from the highly trained staff so you can feel and look your best.
Experience history for yourself at Kylämäki Village of Living History. This unique attraction lets you travel back in time to a 1950s farm. Participate in haymaking, leatherworking, and other traditional handicrafts. You can also try your hand at prehistoric farming methods and hunting techniques.
Turku has its own airport, and planes leave for destinations in Latvia, Poland, and Spain. For a bigger international airport, Helsinki can be reached by bus or train in two and a half to three hours.
Turku train station is close to the heart of the city and links Turku with Helsinki and other cities throughout Finland and beyond.
A regular ferry service links Turku with Stockholm, a journey that takes around 10 1/2 hours to go from Sweden to Finland.
Although Turku spent much of its history as the capital of Finland, it remains a very walkable city. On a sunny day, the best way to see everything this town has to offer is on foot. You'll have a far easier time of it if you don't carry more than you need to. Bounce can help by providing convenient luggage storage in Turku. No matter what you plan to do here, you'll enjoy it a lot more when you let Bounce help you travel light.
Kurjenrakha National Park: Just outside the city, Kurjenrakha National Park preserves some of the primeval forest that used to cover much of Finland. Brown bears, gray wolves, and the Eurasian lynx have all been spotted in this wilderness of bog and forest. Although it's less than an hour from Turku, this preserved wilderness feels like another world. Enjoy the hiking trails by leaving heavy bags at a convenient luggage storage in Turku before you go.
Boat tour: Explore the Aland islands on a boat trip from Turku. The Swedish speaking island chain sits between Finland and Sweden, and is renowned for its beaches and quaint 19th-century streets. It's a great place to not only reconnect with nature but also explore another side of Nordic culture away from the big cities.
Flowpark Turku: Get your heart racing at this outdoor adventure park – the largest in the country. Elaborate assault courses wind through the trees, featuring swings, swaying bridges, zip lines, and climbing challenges. Designed to challenge all age levels, this is an outdoor adventure like no other.
How much does luggage storage cost in Turku?
The price for luggage storage in Turku is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
Is it safe to store your bags in Turku?
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $5,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Turku.
Are there storage lockers in Turku?
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Turku. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Turku where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $5,000 Bounce Gurantee.
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