Helsinki Oslo video

Take off from Oslo landing in Helsinki

Today’s video presents you the flight from Norway to Finland, with take off from Oslo and landing in Helsinki. Though it was a nice summer day, there was some turbulence on the way, which is why you can see the plane shaking in the air.

The original flight time was approximately 1 hour. You can read more about Helsinki, Oslo and traveling in Europe from INDIVUE – Trip to Europe.

Cover of Trip to Europe work in 2020

Check for example this video of Oslo’s most beautiful sights, which I recently made for my Instagram followers in

Learn also 5 reasons to see and experience Oodi in Helsinki, Finland. That place has a very nice and big terrace to enjoy your time in Helsinki centre. Another great place to spend time in Helsinki is Suomenlinna. All this and a lot more about Europe you can read and see in Finnish!

Helsinki video

Suomenlinna island summertime video

As I wrote with the trailer in 2016, the island of Suomenlinna near Helsinki offers a welcome break off from the everyday life of people in Finland. This tourist attraction, also known as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a great picnic environment by the sea alone or together with others, and a trip there does not cost more than a common public transport HSL ticket.

The video attached is a compilation of the Suomenlinna trips I made and photographed between the years of 2007 and 2016.

Since summer is the best time to spend in Suomenlinna and since this video focuses on Suomenlinna summertime, I will not tell you in this post how on a dark autumn evening the last ferry from Suomenlinna island to the city port may be full of people and how awful it can feel if an autumn storm hits the ferry in the dark. I will also not tell you how icy winds go on the island during the winter, when, for example, students of the Finnish Art School MAA walk daily along slippery cobblestone streets from Suomenlinna pier to their school at the other end of the island and later back to the pier. And how nasty it feels in winter to miss a ferry that runs an average of once an hour.

As the video reveals, Suomenlinna is probably at its most beautiful and picturesque in the summer evening, during sunset time.

This video is part of the work INDIVUE – Trip to Europe, which you can read in the link attached!

You can read this post also in Finnish.