Things to do in Mariehamn, Åland Islands, Finland

Last week I went to visit Mariehamn on the Åland Islands. This is what I got up to during my visit: - Flew with Finnair to Mariehamn from Helsinki - Stayed at Hotel Cikada - Dinner at Restaurant ÅSS Paviljongen - Lunch at Bagarstugan cafe - Took Shipland ax boat taxi to Kobba Klintar - Walked around Sjökvarteret - Explore the new Mariehamn Wetland - cycled to Godby on a rental bike - Visited Uffe På Berget cafe and view tower - Stop over at Taffel Factory Shop - Visited Kastelholm...

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Posted by TravelDave
on 24th August 2020 and
updated on 25th January 2021

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