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Local travel in Naantali


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Old Town 

The City of Naantali formed next to the local Bridgettine Convent. The Old Town of Naantali is a fine example of Finnish wooden construction. The streets and alleys and the buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries are unique to the Old Town.
Bus lines: 6, 7
Nearest stop: Naantali

Read more about the Old Town (in Finnish).



Behind the Old Town, the steep walls of Kuparivuori hills rise 25 to 30 metres above sea level. From the top of Kuparivuori, you get amazing views of Kultaranta and over the city.
Bus lines: 6, 7
Nearest stop: Naantali

Read more about Kuparivuori (in Finnish).



Naantali’s development into a spa town started with the Viluluoto Spring discovered on the shores of Lake Luolalanjärvi. A nature trail circles around the lake, and there are two birdwatching towers on the shore.
Bus lines: 6, 7
Nearest stop: Rantaruona

Read more about Lake Luolalanjärvi (in Finnish).


Kultaranta’s formal garden 

Kultaranta’s garden is one of Finland’s first and best-preserved formal gardens in the architectonic style, which includes, for example, trimmed shrubs and neoclassical garden buildings. Visitors have free access to Kultaranta Park in summer from the beginning of May until the end of August, on Fridays 6–8 pm.
Bus lines: N2, N4, N5
Nearest stop: Kordelininkatu
Read more about Kultaranta’s formal garden.