It's one of the older cities of Finland, as it was the capital before Helsinki was. It's so pretty.
One of the first places we walked to was the outdoor market, or tori.
The Turku Cathedral houses the first Bible written in Finnish. (Didn't get to see that, however.) Several military figures are buried there, and the building has a lot of beautiful stained glass and murals. As a worship service was going on at the time, we couldn't take pictures inside.
There's a separate post about the biggest attraction we visited in Turku: the castle there, Turunlinna (which I suppose is redundant, as it means, "Turku's castle").