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Siuntio

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Siuntio [1] (Sjundeå in Swedish) is in Southern Finland. Siuntio is a small place 50km west of Helsinki situated on the King's Road (Kuninkaantie). The Finnish national poet Aleksis Kivi lived in Siuntio.

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  • Car: take the motorway 1 from Turku or Helsinki until the Lohja exit. From Helsinki follow the southwestern motorway to Hanko.
  • Train: [www.vr.fi]. Take the commuter train. Pendolino doesn't stop in Siuntio.
  • Cycle: choose small country roads well out of the way only like the 1130 which is part of the Kuninkaantie.

Get around[edit]

  • Car
  • Cross-country ski's (winter only)
  • Cycle (except in the winter)

See[edit][add listing]

Sjundby mansion
The railway station
  • St. Peters Church (Pyhän Pietarin kirkko). With its separate wooden belltower.
  • Suitia mansion[2]
  • Sjundby mansion once built by the Swedish emperor is just 2 km away from the municipal center.
  • The railway station built in wood in the beginning of the 20th century and still in use.
  • Fanjunkars park in the municipal center. The pak has once been the garden of the house of the famous writer Aleksis Kivi.

Do[edit][add listing]

  • Pickala golf [3]

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  • Siuntio Bed & Breakfast, [4]. A lovely countryside farm equipped to accommodate single travellers or whole families, if needed for all their holidays. The lady running the place speaks all sort of languages (if needed with her hands) and makes you feel welcome.
  • Siuntio Spa, [5]. A large hotel with sports facilities. Originally built at as a rehabilitation center for disabled war veterans, in a post war architecture style featuring loads of concrete.

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