Horses in the field enjoying summer evening in Finland
Tag: Summer in Finland
National Sleepy Head Day is a yearly celebration of sleeping late…Well, not really, unfortunately. It is actually quite the opposite
Are there any beaches in Finland?
Do Finns like to spend time on the beach?
After long cold winter, do you even need to ask!
As Finland is located in the far north, you might think that summer in Finland are anything but warm. Luckily, that’s not true. Summer weather in Finland is actually very pleasent, and sometimes even hot!
What things are included in Finnish Midsummer traditions? If you want to celebrate Midsummer in traditional way, here are some good “ingredients”!
Unfortunately summer ends eventually, but in Lapland it is possible to experience endless summer days. This phenomenon is known as midnight sun
Is you have visited Finland in summer, you have probably heard the word juhannus. So what is juhannus, and why it means so much to Finns?
Midnight sun (also known as polar day or nightless night) is one of the special features of the Finnish summer. It is a phenomenon where the Sun doesn’t set below horizon. Not even during the night. Sun stays visible for the whole 24 hours of the day. This natural phenomenon occurs every summer in the […]
Typical summer weather in Finland isn’t too bad. Days are long and the temperatures are usually very enjoyable. It doesn’t get too hot, but at its best it is still warm enough to enjoy beach days.
Finnish Meteorological Institute have been gathering data on how many hours sun shines in certain places in Finland. Based on this data, cities like Helsinki, Kotka and Parainen have quite good rankings on “sunny hours”