The French President Emmanuel Macron visited Finland this week. Amidst all the pomp and splendour of his mini-break, he popped into one of Helsinki Market's tent cafes for a quick coffee with Sauli Niinistö. It was not what he was expecting.
Much to the amazement of practically the entire country, in 2018 the UN declared Finland to be the happiest country on Earth. The UN stated that Finland did marvellously when it came to income, healthy life expectancy, social support, freedom, trust and generosity. However, let's take a look at the real reasons Finns are so happy.
Skimping with weird lifehacks is a Finnish national sport, especially reusing old items to save money & time. Read on for some good, evergreen tricks.
Joel Willans, author and creator of Very Finnish Problems, discusses the beauty of Northern nature and how to see Nothern Lights with Finnish explorer and Instagram personality Joonas Linkola.
Finland represents many things to many people. So, how do you get a true perspective of what the country is really like? One very effective, and fun way, is to look at some of the fun maps shared by Finland's most popular social media publisher, Very Finnish Problems. Here's nine that give you a fabulous picture of a fantastic country.
Deadpan Finnish President Sauli Niinistö tried to save the Helsinki summit. Now the world is having a laugh at a pic of Niinistö and his bodyguards.
Finnish media used ads to mock the former leader of the Free World & the former Eastern superpower. But what's the takeaway from the Helsinki 2018 summit?
A list they don't want you to know about: five destinations in Helsinki which have been deemed off-limits for President Donald Trump during the 2018 summit.
Finnish interiors brand Feathr has launched a wallpaper to mark the arrival of President Trump and President Putin in Helsinki for the 16th July summit. This special print, ‘Finland Toile’, signals ten traits, like those depicted above, which helped build one of the world's happiest countries.