The beautiful Finnish capital, Helsinki, is famous for its 16th century spirit, which is adorned with a large number of small, large lakes that thrive all over the city, to compete with the magnificent coastline and magnificent bays of more than 330 islands, each of which boasts a magical nature and surpasses the other European cities With its architecture called “human modernity” created by the famous designer Alvare Alto.
The largest city in Finland receives the short spring season with a clear sky, with its large green gardens and towering trees.
The city is filled with the most beautiful flowers that fill the public parks inside and outside.
It celebrates this warm season at the Fabo Festival where people wear white hats and traditional Finnish pancakes .
The Fabo Festival is different from the June Festival, which draws the spotlight from the Brazilian samba festival with its dancing and music that fills every street in Hellensky.
July and August are the peak times of the summer to welcome visitors who wish to relax in the sun on the golden sands and enjoy the culture of cafes and their own traditions.
In the autumn, red, brown, and yellow reds dominate the city’s most famous ruska trees to transform it into one of the most romantic cities. Visitors can taste berries and mushrooms that grow naturally in this period within the “Syötävä puisto” garden, famous for producing local edible vegetables and fruits .
The city welcomes snow lovers in January and February. It is located in the cold northern regions of the world.
The city is celebrated in January with a day-long festival of lights. Ice skating is popular in Helsinki, especially in the city’s central skating rink next to the railway station Or over the frozen waters of Lake Tuusulanjärvi or on the coastal skating rink off the sea in Vuosaari. There are also more than 200 km of ski runs around the capital and through snowy winter forests.