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Program Suggestions

Canoeing in Nuuksio Nationalpark

Spend one day in the wilderness and go trekking in Nuuksio, take part in a rubber raft safari, wander in the woods picking berries or learn archery. After this you will want to join others in sauna and dip into the icy water (winter swimming as we call it) couple of times. We promise you'll feel totally relaxed already but there is still the exciting elk feast on its way...

Does this sound too wild for you? Choose a guided architectural tour and see a building designed by Alvar Aalto or join a theme cruise in Espoo archipelago. There is also a chance to have an arranged visit in Finnish home and learn how we really live in Finland. Take a look our  program suggestions below! Or contact our tourist information to help finding the best program service provider for your needs.

Nature & wilderness

Husky and Snowshoe Adventures at Yli-Takkula, Eventure Oy
Wilderness meals and wilderness cookery courses,
Honkalintu Oy
HiTec Forest, See Finland 
Snowshoeing Trips (Near conference hotels, Nuuksio National Park, Nuuksio recreational area), Honkalintu Oy
Hiking trips to Nuuksio National Park, Honkalintu Oy 
Flaghunt, Elämystorppa Oy

Water Adventure

Helsinki/Espoo Coastline Paddling, See Finland 
Canoeing Tours (Southern Finland, lakes and rivers near conference hotels, Nuuksio National Park), Honkalintu Oy
RIB Safari, Burn Out City

Architecture and History

Haltia – The Pearl of Architecture, The Finnish Nature Centre Haltia
Architecture by Alvar Aalto, Achtours
Audio or Guided City Tour in Helsinki, Helsinki Expert Oy
Suomenlinna Sea Fortress Walking Tour, Helsinki Expert Oy


Cosy Coffee Break/Home Visit, Cosy Finland 
Cosy Finnish Evening, Cosy Finland 
Cosy Finnish Sauna Evening, Cosy Finland 
Cosy Sunday Lunch Visit, Cosy Finland

Or something totally different?

ATV Terrain Safari, Burn Out City
The Kalevala wars - let your inner fighter loose! Sea & Mountain Adventures
Crazy slope happening, Sea & Mountain Adventures  
Art Cocktails, EMMA - Espoo Museum of Modern Arts

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