How to Experience Midsummer Magic in Finland

How to Experience Midsummer Magic in Finland

You might have heard that celebrating Midsummer is a huge thing in the Nordic countries. That’s definitely true for Finland where this summer highlight takes place during the second last weekend of June. As the name suggests, Midsummer is a public holiday that...
May Day in Finland – Finnish Spring Carnival

May Day in Finland – Finnish Spring Carnival

There are a couple of ways you can experience a Finnish carnival. The biggest party happens when Finland wins the ice-hockey world championship. Fortunately, Finland won in 2019, but, unfortunately, the next time the world championships will be played is quite...
6 Funny Finnish Easter Traditions

6 Funny Finnish Easter Traditions

Finnish Easter is a big holiday, but not necessary as religious as it originally was back in the day. With this occasion, Finns mix pagan traditions with family time and some religious aspects. Easter is certainly a long weekend which cuts the spring nicely in half....
The 9 Best Things in Finnish Homes

The 9 Best Things in Finnish Homes

Here are nine things that you want to copy from Finnish homes. Once you get used to these features, you simply won’t want to live without them! #1 Shower The water pressure is strong and steady. The temperature is easy to regulate. Hot water comes instantly, not...