Tips of the week

Here is a list of events that us in Hanko tourist office do not think you should miss.

22.4 – 9.5 Art exhibition: Mimmi Eirtovaara “Tähän mennessä tapahtunut”
Daily at 10–16
Place: The Town Hall Gallery, Raatihuoneentori 5

Notice: According to the current regulations, max. 6 persons are allowed to visit the gallery at the same time.

Harha – Mobile city tour
See, hear and experience Hanko – past and present – with the free Harha mobile app. Take a Hanko city tour – discover and experience interesting stories with the Harha mobile app. Find stories about local history and architecture, dive into the memories of the Baltic Sea or get to know local artists.

Hanko Front Museum is temporarily closed, but the War path behind the museum is always open and you’ll find the booklet for the path at

Wonderful walks
Hanko is a charming place all year round and there are many places worth discovering. You can choose a historic theme for your walk or just go with the flow and see where the road takes you. Pick your favorite walk or try them all!

The Architectural Walk in Hanko Town Centre
Let the buildings come to life and tell you their own history. Despite the short history of the town, Hanko has an astounding richness in architecture. At a comfortable walking distance you will find works by Theodor Höijer, Lars Sonck, Selim A Lindqvist, Waldemar Aspelin, Wiwi Lönn och Viljo Revell among others. Get your own guide brochure, or book a guided architectural walk at the Tourist Office.

Birdwatching in Hanko
Hankoniemi is the place to go for birdwatchers. A protip is to walk from the base of Tulliniemi out to the peak of Uddskatan (about 6,7 km back and forward). This will not only give you the possibility to spot birds, but it will also give you the opportunity to explore and enjoy some great views. Halias organises guided tours for groups on the area, and these are booked in advance

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