Turku – one of the most beautiful cities in Finland. Turku city is home to a number of magnificent tourist attractions and impressive landmarks.The city has plenty to offer for an unforgettable holiday experience. The striking Medieval Turku Castle, beautiful parks, interesting monuments and statues are all to be found here. The following tour will take you to the most prominent Turku landmarks. Puolalanpuisto is a large park located close to the Turku Railway Station. The Park itself is a lovely place for a walk or a picnic. An interesting statue is situated in this park – “Friendship Between Turku and Leningrad”. The Per Brahe statue is a monument of the general governor of Finland and first chancellor of the Academy of Turku, located in Brahenpuisto in Turku, Finland. It was designed by Walter Runeberg and revealed in 1888. Situated in downtown Turku, Samppalinnan Park is a popular spot visited by both locals and tourists. The park houses the Samppalinnan restaurant, a mountain monastery school, an outdoor swimming pool and an old windmill.