Torni - Restaurant & Bar


60° 10' 4.3896" N, 24° 56' 19.0752" E
General info: 

This is clearly the coolest bar in Helsinki. Helsinki does not have many tall buildings so once you come here, you will have a great view over Helsinki in almost any direction. Torni also boasts the by far coolest bathrooms in Helsinki with a panorama view over the city.

During the ,2nd world war the german officers took over the building to plan their war operations. At that time the ”Tower” was called the center of spys.
The 68m high, 13 storey building was It was the tallest building in Finland for 45 years from 1931 until 1976.

Torni also has a hotel with 152 rooms.

Getting there: 

If you are downtown you can just take a walk to Torni as it is pretty much in the center of Helsinki. Address is Yrjönkatu 26. Basically behind the Forum shopping mall.


No entrance fee. The prices in the restaurant and bar are pretty much on the same level as in other restaurants in Helsinki.

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