Tarja Halonen is sitting at the bottom of the stairs in the street and leaning against a wall, which is smudged with spray-paint. Her face looks sad, serious, and she’s staring into the emptiness. Her clothes look dirty. The two bags next to her seem to carry all her belongings.
The 40th National Park in Finland - Hossa - will be officially opened on June 17th 2017 as part of the Finland's centennial celebrations.
The new Lenin Museum of Tampere opens its doors 17th June 2016. The renewed museum remains the only one of its kind in the world, and tells about the shared past of Finland and the Soviet Union in a touching and memorable way.
Experience the Midnight Sun in Finland from mid May until end of July.
This tour will familiarize you the two great capitals of the northern sea states. Experience the difference between the 19th century Helsinki and medieval Tallinn in a new exciting way.
Viada implements CSR ideology in all of the programs it offers to international clients.
Built in the second half of the 18th century by Sweden on a group of islands located at the entrance of Helsinki's harbour, this fortress is an especially interesting example of European military architecture of the time.
The Ice Breaker Sampo offers a unique cruise experience on the Gulf of Bothnia. The union of the majestic steel, ice and the sea will be unlike anything else you’ve ever experienced.
Traditional Lappish food tastes delicious both in fine dining restaurants and by a campfire out in the wilderness. Rovaniemi has great options for local culinary excursions – please have a look at the list below.
Can you imagine beeing taught by a 4 times world Rally Champion? Well with Viada you can!
Fasten your seatbelt – Push the pedal to the medal – and enjoy!!!
Helsinki, the capital of Finland, has lots to offer for any foreign and domestic visitor. The city used to be called "The Daughter of the Baltic" for the simple reason that it is located by the southermost point of Finland, just 70 km from Tallinn, which is the capital of Estonia.
Agriculture and Environment Minister Kimmo Tiilikainen has nominated Hossa in the Kainuu region of eastern Finland to be the country’s newest national park. The designation will take effect from 2017, when Finland celebrates 100 years of independence.