When you move to a new country it’s natural that the natives are curious to find out if the stereotypes they’ve learnt about your homeland are true. However, Finns don’t always have a convenient Englishman at hand to answer. So, to make thing easier here’s a handy list of answers to all the questions I’ve been asked by Finns in the last 11 years or so.
What better way to know a city than through the stories of its inhabitants. This is the idea behind new Helsinki guidebook, Helsinki - People Make the City,
We all love bubbles, and the bigger they are, the better. So, when Sam Wilson, the famous Soap Bubble Man, starts his magic in Helsinki’s Meripuisto, it's no surprise that children run towards him.
Finland is well known for its winter delights. But what's it like in the summer? To give you an idea, here are 17 reasons why should never, ever visit then.
Lordi maybe Finland's only Eurovision winner, but each of these showcased songbirds deserves a prize too. Crank up the volume and we'll tell you why.
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Looking for the best blogs about Finland? Check out our picks for the best Finnish bloggers who happen to blog in English.
Mark Twain said, “The human race has only one really effective weapon and that is laughter.” Finnish vigilantes, Soldiers of Odin saw it in action Saturday.
Cool cartoon Finnish Nightmares is in the final of the SoMe Awards. To celebrate Karoliina Korhonen shared some fab facts with us about marvellous Matti.