Turku is Finland's centuries-old city, Turku Castle is its landmark building, the castle is very large, but the appearance is not that gorgeous atmosphere, the exterior wall of Baise has some mottled, but it is this mottled, reflecting its history and charm, rich cultural flavor, absolutely worth visiting.
Turku Castle is located on the coast of Turku, the first ancient city in Finland. It has a long history and a spectacular appearance. Although it is small in size, it has a large number of exhibits and is worth visiting. There are cruise ships going to Sweden from here, so you can't miss them.
Turku Castle is like a chocolate cake rock church, simple and pure. It is the oldest castle in Finland. It is more than a dozen stories tall. The castle with the medieval style of Turku has a unique charm and sense of history. It is not as magnificent as the British Royal castle, but has a simple atmosphere.
The "Turku Castle" far from "Turku Church" is located at the mouth of the lower Ora River. It is a military defensive castle. At that time, Turku belonged to Swedish territory. It was once the palace where Swedish kings came to Finland. Up to 14 Swedish kings came to live there. The castle was later destroyed in World War II and repaired after the war. The New Castle part of the castle is currently the site of the Turku Museum.
There are not many people who need to buy tickets. Here we can see all kinds of treasures left by the Royal workers and nobles, as well as the dungeons where prisoners are held. It's not too big outside, but it's still very big inside. It takes more than two hours to walk around.