Chances are unless you are couch surfing you're not going to be finding FREE ACCOMMODATION in Helsinki right? Well we've got an ace up our sleeve which, unless you're brand new to our travel blog, won't surprise you: we House Sat in Helsinki!
House Sitting in Finland
House Sitting = free accommodation in return for looking after the pets and house of a family. Check out our post about what it's like to House Sit in Finland, you can also check out our favourite House Sitting website to see if they've got any House Sits in Finland AND if you find one you like we can give you a 10% Discount off Trusted Housesitters!
However, although you'll see lots of House Sits come up in countries like the UK and Australia, the craze hasn't really reached Finland yet, so you might want to try one of these other options instead:
|Prices from £20|
We love AirBnB and although we haven't personally tried it in Helsinki, we've tried it in so many other countries (including Estonia, Hungary and Vietnam) that we're more than confident you will have a good experience with them too. And if you're new to AirBnB we can offer you a £20 AirBnB discount!
If you're looking for a super cheap place to stay in Helsinki try The Park By CheapSleep. (Please note we've never actually stayed there so can't give you our opinion on it.)
Check out their reviews and/ or book your stay now on TripAdvisor | Agoda
Have a read through their reviews of book your stay now on TripAdvisor | Agoda
So there you have it, 14 free things to do in Helsinki - most of which are indoors. Helsinki is a really interesting place and we hope you like it. And let us know how it goes!
Now you know the 14 free Things to do in Helsinki, how about checking out the 15 Best Things to do in Helsinki?
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