Welcome on a guided tour in Raseborg!

The town of Raseborg is situated midway between Helsinki and Turku, and is easily reached by car, bus or train. Raseborg consists of an archipelago of 1,300 islands, a countryside, with a number of wellmaintained farms and woodlands, and some ironworks, not to mention the charming atmosphere of Ekenäs Old Town.

A visit to the three most important ironworks will give you unique experiences. Fiskars is widely known as a centre of art and design. The Manor of Svartå is very important in Finnish history and at Billnäs you can attend a number of different cultural activities. The medieval castle, which has given the town its name, is the most prominent sight in the whole region. Come for a one-day trip or stay even longer!

The inhabitants of Raseborg (about 28,800) speak Swedish and Finnish, but are also able to communicate well in English. You will get a better understanding of life in Raseborg if you use a trained tourist guide during your visit.

Sunny greetings, 
The Guides of Raseborg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Photos: The Tourist Office of Raseborg (Eva Tordera-Nuño), Fiskars Village Info (Fotofabriken), Matti Piirainen, Göran Fagerstedt and Johan Ljungqvist - multifoto.fi (banner picture).


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The Finnish Assosiation for Guides.


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