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The posthouse itself was great and there was an crafts exhibition. Downstairs was one room what... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2016
Nice architect C.L. Engel building

Nice C.L Engel's building, little bit smaller than we expected but same like other Engel's... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2015
Helsinki, Finland
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“Eckerö Post & Tullhus -quaint, local, and history Eckerö Finland to Grisslehamn Sweden”
Jul 23, 2016
Eckero, Aland Island, Finland
+358 3 581838420
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nice local museum. Impressive building. Beautiful. Strange and curious as to why it was built so länge and grand. The russian Tsar's furthest spot in those days. Linked to the little village Grisslehamn om the Swedish side of the Åland ses, in the Baltic sea,...More

Thank Christine F
Reviewed 24 July 2016

The posthouse itself was great and there was an crafts exhibition. Downstairs was one room what belonged to the postmaster. The posthouse was free but there was postalroad museum, which costed 3 euros and was not worth it. All of it was in Swedish and...More

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Reviewed 15 August 2015

Nice C.L Engel's building, little bit smaller than we expected but same like other Engel's buildings. There are chocolate shop, art exhibition (free), The post museum (3 €) and Bistro/Cafeteria Tsarevna. Eckerö Mail & Customs's house area is free admission.

Thank fin_masdin
Reviewed 21 June 2015

We visited this establishment on the occasion of an art exhibition. It was the second visit having been several years previously. Sadly the attraction lacks that certain ingredient that categorises it as 'must-see'. The building itself is a grand testament to the architect, but the...More

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Reviewed 1 February 2015

The post museum is very small inside (but very nice) but the building is really grand and empire. And the walk towards seashore is a must. The rocks are extremely beautiful, the views are stunning.

Thank Ekaterina P
Reviewed 11 October 2014 via mobile

Eckero Linjen charges very less for the day cruise which is inclusive of bus travel to Grisselhamn - it's a great experience if you've never been on a cruise / ferry but otherwise it's just normal but if you would like to shop liquor items...More

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Reviewed 14 November 2013

When you are travelling in an archipelago landscape, you really can't expect to see an old manorkind building complex to suddendly appear in front of you! The place gives a great impression about the community which has been living in the island and beeing kind...More

Thank JPDH2
Reviewed 12 May 2013

The EckeroLinjen bus will pick you up from sevaral picking points like kista, hasselby,vallingby etc and will reach you to boat boarding point in approximately 3 hours . collect your tickets there and get onboard for day cruise . after the cruise starts you can...More

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