21 reasons to love Finland
There are many reasons to fall in love with Finland and the Finns. In fact, it would be impossible to list them all. So, we decided to just make a random list of some interesting and fun facts, hope you enjoy it!
Celebrating with a Finnish Twist
Whether it is Easter, Midsummer or the 1st of May Finns always put a special touch to their national holidays. You're welcome to celebrate with us!
Step into the Finnish countryside
In a country where people move en masse to the countryside in the summer and where forest coverage is 75%, it's no wonder ecological tourism has taken off so rapidly and steadily. Old farms are opening their doors to visitors from all over the world!
A peek into Sibelius' Finland
Jean Sibelius is the most respected and best known Finnish composer of all time. The year 2015 marks the 150th anniversary of his birth and is celebrated around the country.
Finnish is notorious for being a difficult language. We say: start collecting a vocabulary and learn some basics - the rest will follow!
Finland in a nutshell? Land of a thousand lakes. Land of the midnight sun. Land of the northern lights. Home to Santa Claus, the one and only.
...and just a really, really cool place.
Yummy dishes along Turku’s river bank
The city of Turku retains its enchanting old town feel and it is becoming a culinary hub: excellent eateries that will flick the taste buds and make visitors go back for seconds.
Sustainability and organic food have been big trends of this decade but in Finland these thoughts have always been more a foregone conclusion than a trend phenomenon.
Out of the Blue - A Take on Finnish Design
Out of the Blue: The Essence and Ambition of Finnish Design - a beautiful and instructive book of Finnish design.
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