Although it doesn’t seem so at the moment, soon it’s winter sports season in Finland. Schools and daycare centers in Finland expect all kids to have winter sports equipment. In this blog, we tell you what kind of equipment you should have, where to buy it, and where you can actually do winter sports.
Moving to a new country can be scary if you have life-threatening allergies. In this blog post we give you a few tips that make it easier for you to live with your allergies in Finland.
Have you just moved to Finland and need furniture and other household items? We have a separate free guide on furnishing your home, but here’s more info on Finnish second-hand stores.
Finns are milk drinkers. And thus the milk isles in the grocery stores are full of different types of milk products with their color coding. We explain the colors here.
Fall in Finland means rain and wind. Unfortunately staying indoors for good is really not an option for you or for your kids. Here are a few clothing tips to make the fall more bearable.
Finnish adult education centers provide an inexpensive way to find a new hobby, continue a new one, or learn a completely new one.
Now that it’s July and a third of Finland is on vacation, the country is full of events of all kinds. Here are some of them. Just pick the one(s) you like!
Organizing a child’s birthday party in Finland? Here is a list of locations where you can organize your child’s birthday party in Finland. Use one of the locations in the list or use it as an inspiration.
Have you been invited to a wedding in Finland? We tell you what to expect in a typical Finnish wedding.