Imatrankoski, the most famous attraction of Imatra, is located in the center of Imatra, after which the center also got its name.
The rapids are run from the sluice gates on summer evenings.
There is also a fairytale castle on the brink of the waterfall State hotel and I touched harnessed Fortum (former The Power of Imatra) power plant, which when completed in 1929 was Finland's largest producer of hydropower. Finland's first nature reserve (since 1842), Crown Park, is located in the area between the rapids and the power plant.
Imatrankoski also has one of Finland's most pleasant pedestrian streets, Rapids beard, which in summer is filled with happy summer celebrants. A theater building opened in 2017 is located in Imatrankoski. Theater Imatra also offers experiences in the covered summer theater near the lower part of the Imatra rapids.
About 4 people live in Imatrankoski, its center is a typical urban apartment block. On the edges of Imatrankoski there are also old and newer small house housing. In Imatrankoski, you can really live in your own house in the middle of the city.