60° 10' 16.0896" N, 24° 56' 47.04" E
General info: 

When Kinopalatsi opened in 1998, it was the first multiplex cinema in Finland. It has 10 movie theatres, all equipped with the latest sound systems. Even though th ecomplex was opened in 1998, the first movie theatre in this building was opened already in 1939 and there has been movie theatres here ever since. For the opening of Kinopalatsi the old Metropol –theatre was renowated to its original look from 30´s. Also the lobby with the ticket desks was renowated in the spirit of 30´s. Luckily the technology is not kept at the level of 30´s.

Getting there: 

By foot.


Tickets on weekends: Adults 12€, Children under 11 years 8,5€. Other times are somewhat cheaper.

Interesting places nearby

Iso-Melkutin seems too clear of a lake to be located in Southern Finland. Also the surroundings are more familiar from Lapland.

Heramaanjärvi is a rugged lake in Kangasala, 27km from Tampere. In Finnish standards, it´s water is clear with visibility from 4 to 10 meters. Popular among scuba divers for underwater filming and underwater wildlife watching.

Valkiajärvi is popular among scuba divers due to the very good visibility and lively lake life. The visibility is typically over 10 meters and can be up to 30 meters on the best days.

The water of the Sonnanen lake is unusually clear and according to some, it is the second clearest lake in Finland. Sonnanen is popular among freedivers and the world record under ice free diving has been made here.

Sääksjärvi is actually based on a spring that has formed a lake in a kettle hole.

Located in Hollola, Kiikunlähde is a rare sight in Finnish nature, a turquoise lake! It is 400m long and 100m wide and all of the water comes from the springs in the bottom.