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Café Ursula
Café Ursula

Café Ursula

Helsinki’s most-Instagrammed café is a local institution, with roots stretching back to 1952. Perched right on the seafront at the southern end of Kaivopuisto Park, the café serves up sweeping views across the Helsinki archipelago—along with a range of sweet and savory treats.

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Ehrenstromintie 3, Helsinki, Finland, 00140

The basics

Work up an appetite with a stroll through Kaivopuisto Park, then head to Café Ursula for coffee or oceanside lunch. Grab a seat on the terrace for the best views of Suomenlinna Island and the Baltic Sea. The lunch menu includes a range of Finnish specialties, such as grilled Baltic herring and open sandwiches, with shrimp being the favorite. Alternatively, order a cold beer, tuck into some Finnish pastries, or enjoy an ice cream.

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Things to know before you go

  • Café Ursula is a great spot for travelers looking for a local experience.
  • The café’s coastal location means it can be windy even in the summer, so bring a jacket or scarf.
  • The café is accessible for wheelchairs and strollers.
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How to get there

Café Ursula is located at the south-eastern corner of Kaivopuisto Park, right on the seafront. To get there from downtown Helsinki, ride the tram to Kaivopuisto—from there it’s a 10-minute walk through the park.

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When to get there

The café is open daily all year-round. Come on a sunny summer’s afternoon to sit out on the terrace, join locals for Sunday brunch, or cozy up indoors during the winter months. The liveliest time to visit is on the first day of May, when the park serves as a backdrop for the city’s Vappu festival celebrations.

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Kaivopuisto Park

Just south of downtown, Kaivopuisto Park is one of Helsinki’s most popular parks with an idyllic setting along the Baltic coast. Head there to picnic on the grassy lawns in summer, walk along the sea cliffs, or visit the Ursa Observatory before taking a coffee break at Café Ursula. The park is a favorite spot for walking, jogging, and cycling during summer, as well as sledding during winter.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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