Keskuskatu is the main street in the center of Helsinki. It is a 300-meter-long, two-block-long pedestrian street connecting Helsinki Central Station in the north and Esplanadi in the south. The wide street with good visibility is paved with Penrose tiling and has a sophisticated atmosphere. The street is lined with typical Finnish department stores and shops, and visitors can enjoy strolling along the street while taking in the Finnish design.
Helsinki is the capital of Finland, facing the Baltic Sea. The city center is lined with neoclassical buildings, including the landmark Helsinki Cathedral. The city is also home to many unique modern and contemporary architectural structures that are typical of Finland, the kingdom of design. There are also many other spots where you can take a leisurely stroll, such as the fashionable store streets and seaside markets.