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The 6 Love Spells of Midsummer

Midsummer is celebrated in Finland on the weekend following the 19th of June. The traditions of Midsummer go back hundreds of years. In the olden times, people celebrated the god of weather “Ukko” during Midsummer, hoping for good harvest and fertility.

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Countryside magic in a Finnish winter cottage

To truly experience Finland, you have to get out of the city. That is why Finns head to their cottages both winter and summer, and so should you! The winter brings its own unique activities to cottage life such as skiing, ice-swimming, sledding - all in the beautiful background of a blanket of snow and ice as far as the eye can see.

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Ice Fishing - Finnish Meditation

Ice-fishing is a much-loved winter activity in Finland. The beauty of it lies in its simplicity - a session of ice-fishing could almost be counted as a sort of meditation.

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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!

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Iconic Finnish Foods of All Time

Finns are passionate about their food and fiercely loyal to their culinary roots. We've compiled a list of ten iconic foods that you should try - go on, don't be shy.

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