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Apartments to Rent in Helsinki

Helsinki is consistently rated as one of the most livable cities in Europe and it is easy to see why. This safe, growing and perfectly sized city attracts more and more people every year – people renting apartments in Helsinki not just to take advantage of the high class and free education, but also stunning nature, an international culture and that famed quality of life.

Despite often being housed inside wonderful storied Art Deco houses, apartments in Helsinki are cozy and modern inside – perfect sanctuaries when the infamous winter months come along – especially if you can push the budget just that litter bit further and find a Helsinki apartment that comes with its own sauna!

Furnished Apartments in Helsinki

If you are not planning on staying in Finland’s capital for too long, but long enough that you cannot bear the thought of months in a hotel room – Finland has a fantastic range of serviced and fully furnished apartments. These apartments, although a little more costly than traditional flats are ready to go from the moment you step foot through the door with all the amenities and things you need to call somewhere home.

As well as homey basics such as a kitchen and separate living and sleeping areas, serviced apartments in Helsinki often come with a myriad of added features. Features can range from a 24/7 concierge service, meeting rooms and gymnasiums – indeed to mke you feel as comfortable as possible.

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Apartment in Hämeentie, Helsinki

716 €
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Room for rent in Pasila

950 €
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Room in Slottsgatan, Helsinki

620 €
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Room in Castréninkatu, Helsinki

700 €
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Apartment in Lepolantie, Helsinki

1,590 €
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Apartment in Valhallankatu, Helsinki

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Apartment in Aspnäsgatan, Helsinki

1,400 €
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Apartment in Mätästie, Helsinki

250 €
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Room in Peltokyläntie, Helsinki

920 €
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Apartment in Haapaniemenkatu, Helsinki

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Featured Apartments

1,299 €
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Apartment in Hämeentie, Helsinki

1,590 €
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Apartment in Valhallankatu, Helsinki

700 €
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Apartment in Lepolantie, Helsinki

1,462 €
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Apartment in Ulvilantie, Helsinki

2,500 €
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Cozy apartment very close to the centre of Helsinki with Lift, Interne

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Cozy aparthotel in the center of Helsinki with Internet

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Featured Rooms

950 €
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Room in Slottsgatan, Helsinki

716 €
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Room for rent in Pasila

620 €
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Room in Castréninkatu, Helsinki

900 €
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Room in Haapaniemenkatu, Helsinki

800 €
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Room in Kinaporinkatu, Helsinki

650 €
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Attractive Areas for Apartments to Rent in Helsinki

Apartments Kamppi

If there is anything to see in Helsinki, there is a good chance that it can be found in Kamppi. This district is found right in the center of Finland’s capital city. With historic churches and museums at every corner there is always something to do. Convenience is also key here with most of Helsinki’s shopping centers located in this central neighborhood. It also goes without saying that apartments in Kamppi benefit from some of Helsinki’s best nightlife. The list of bars and restaurants in the area goes on and on! On the flip side, renting in Kamppi can be expensive – something worth thinking about as Finland is already one Europe's most expensive cities to live in.

Apartments Vallila

For years Vallila was considered a working-class neighborhood and it still has its roots in industry, with there still being a lot of small but thriving workshops dotted around the area. Because of the cheaper cost of living many students and artists migrated to the area and Vallila is still enjoying a period of gentrification. Apartments in Vallila can therefore benefit from some great nightspots and café's though this does mean that prices are on the increase – so they time is right to rent an apartment in Vallila before prices inevitably skyrocket. A mainly residential area, Vallila is famous in Helsinki because of the number of wooden houses that have stood strong since the early 1900s!

Apartments in Itakskus

Renting an apartment in Itaksus is the perfect option for many expats and indeed locals who live Helsinki. Just a few kilometers from the city center itself, it is fantastically located and connected to the rest of Helsinki by fantastic public transport links! Prices have stayed on the lower end for a while here and this has brought about a fantastic melting pot of cultures! As well as apartments in Itakskus benefitting from a great international flavor, renters will get to make the most of this flavor with some of the greatest diversity of food and dishes in the city!

Rooms to rent Helsinki

Let's make no bones about it, Helsinki is an expensive city. Although education is free and of a very high standard, lifestyle costs can put a lot of financial pressure on people moving to the city. Therefore, a lot of people turn to renting a room out instead of a whole apartment. Instead of settling for a more private space, a little further away from the city center many expats and young professionals can benefit from a better location and a ready-made social circle by renting a room in Helsinki. Because of this emerging market there are more and more rooms to rent appearing in Helsinki with some fantastic deals to be had.

Student Accommodation in Helsinki

While many students prefer to stay close to campus or indeed in dedicated student accommodation, there is an increasing number of students who are looking to find their own accommodation – either renting small flats or finding rooms to rent. If you are interested in doing this then look no further than the district of Kallio. Until recently the area has been predominantly working class but has enjoyed a bohemian takeover – indeed while costs of living are low (relative to Helsinki), there are some fantastic restaurants, bars and boutique shops to enjoy and with a large student population – you will feel right at home!

Public Transport in Helsinki

Helsinki is fantastically easy to get around by public transport! Operating a 1 ticket for all policy, users can take advantage of the bus, tram, metro and even the ferry! Helsinki also prides itself on being an extremely bike friendly city with many of the bike paths taking direct but scenic routes through the city's parks and forests.

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