Lenin, Revolution and Finland

Did you know that Lenin and Stalin met for the first time in Finland? What was the importance of Finns and Finland in the development that led to Bolshevik Revolution in 1917? Could Lenin and his comrades have succeeded without the help of the Finns? And how did their actions change Finland’s future?
Walking tour through Kruunuhaka to Hakaniemi introduces you to Lenin’s hiding places, his Finnish helpers and events they set in motion.

Starting point: Monument of J.V. Snelmann, Snelmanninkatu 8

Duration: 90 minutes

Language: English

Guide: Maria Lappalainen, authorized Helsinki Guide

Prices:
1-5 persons: 135 e
6-10 persons: 225 e
11-20 persons: 300 e
21-30 persons: 450 e
(+ vat 24%)

Contact and booking:
info@walkhelsinki.fi

Cancellation Policy:
A 24-hour cancellation notice, prior to scheduled departure time is required for a full ticket price refund. For later cancellation 50 % of the ticket price will be charged as penalty.
The WalkHelsinki walking tours are held regardless of the weather, unless the client so wishes. Penalty fee won’t be applied to cancellations due to bad weather or rain.