Helsinki tour with electric bicycles

Private and guided electric bike tour in Helsinki

Available in Finnish and English
5 hours
8 spots per experience
May - September

What are we going to do

TOUR OVERVIEW (SUMMARY): During this day tour, you will have the opportunity to ride around Helsinki with a modern electric fatbike. You will see beautiful jugend buildings and enjoy a nice ride with a provided e-bike.
Helsinki is on it's best during the summertime, and riding an electric bike in the city is fascinating way of getting to know the best views of the city. The route length can be adjusted and the whole tour is fully customizable according to your requests. The complete tour length is 5 hours. This tour is fully customizable according to your requests, so please ask and I will be happy to mode the tour.
ITINERARY: Our tour starts at the Western Port. From there we ride around the southern part of Helsinki to the Kaivopuisto park and have a coffee break at Café Ursula (on your own expense). Café Ursula is situated on one of the most beautiful shore lines in Helsinki. You can see Suomenlinna fortress island in the south, and nice boats sailing by. From Kaivopuisto we ride along the coastline to the Market Square, which can be very crowded during the summer season, so we continue to the Katajanokka area to find incredible jugend buildings and the world-famous ice breaking vessels. We continue our tour to the Senate Square and have our next stop there. Our tour continues through the main center of Helsinki, riding beside the Railway Station to the Rock Church. We will visit the church, and the entry fee is 3€ per person.
Our tour continues through the main center of Helsinki to the Rock Church. From the church we will ride to the Sibelius Park and have our next stop at Café Regatta, finally back to the port.

About Timo - the Doer

I am a Nature and Wilderness guide, with a professional ability to work as a tourist guide in Helsinki. I am also able to take you to Suomenlinna as an authorized guide, although it is not allowed to ride bikes there. I have started as a tourist guide year 2013, and I have professional education for this kind of lifestyle and profession. I used to be 39 years as an computer engineer, but that was not nice... so now it is the time to enjoy life!


Good clothing and shoes are preferred, and weather in Helsinki can be unpredictable. I will provide the eBikes, helmets and reflective safety vests.