You can buy Kimmoke-Wristband, Senior Wristband and season cards to Leidit liikkeellä (for women), Kunnon äijät (for men) and Kuntokonkarit (for 65-year-olds and older vomen and men).
The tourist information bureau of Turku serves tourists and residents every day of the year (with a few ex-ceptions).
The tourist information bureau provides brochures and expert advice regarding the whole region. We also sell e.g. Kiss My Turku products and Food Walk Cards.
Tourists can find Visit Turku’s Tourist Information at the Monitori by the Market Square. The tourist information office there provides expert advice and suggestions. The tourist office sells tickets for Visit Turku's guided walking tours. Walking tours are organised on a weekly basis and several times a week during the summer season. Available to buy are Food Walk cards as well as Kiss my Turku products. Tickets to the Turku City Theatre performances and Turku Philharmonic Orchestra as well as Turku Music Festival concerts.
Welcome to the tourist information office!
Family day care in Hirvensalo, pitkämäki, Pohjola, Keskusta, Jäkärlä and Paattinen
Tuesday 9.30-11.30 Jaani parish hall (Karjakuja 75) and
Thursday 9.30-11.30 Hannunniitun parish hall (Virmuntie 2)
The EUSBSR Annual Forum 2020 has its own mobile application. You can watch the live stream, see the program and chat with others by using the app. It’s a good idea to download the app if you can’t be at a computer for the whole duration of the Forum.
When you open the app for the first time, you will be asked to write your email address. Please use the email address you used when you registered for the Annual Forum.
Can Ruissalo Island (postcode area 20100) be considered to be part of the competition area?
The competition does not aim for development ideas for Ruissalo, although technically the island has the postcode area of the city centre. The competition seeks openings related to the revitalization of the city centre in accordance with the city centre vision 2050. As the development targets defined in the vision also act as assessment criteria in the competition, a proposal that does not address the intended area would not be in an equal position with other proposals.
The program of Turku Day 2021 contained more than 90 events! The home district day, celebrated on Sunday, September 19th, had a versatile program that was scattered all around town!
Turku Day is celebrated yearly on the third Sunday of September. The Turku Day of 2021 consisted of a great number of places that were open to the public, there was a market square event at the Old Great Square and lots of outdoor events. Needless to say, there was something for every citizen or friend of Turku to see and experience.