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How you can relax in Finland

When you stroll in warm summer (and very bright) evenings somewhere in Southern Finland, you have a good chance to meet with golf fans. If you want to join them, there is a special equipment and instructors of different golf clubs at your service. Also there are a lot of golf cottages for the most ardent fans of this game. You can play golf there almost any time of the day and even at night.

right in the bunker!

Horse riding is another form of leisure, which is very popular in Finland. Finns pay considerable attention to teaching their children this kind of sport. Because of this, horseback riding is included in secondary schools programs as an alternative physical training. Journeys on horseback provide a good opportunity to get acquainted closer with the most interesting corners of the Finnish forests.

white horse, but not whiskey

Finnish forest

Also Nordic Walking (very healthy form of leisure) is popular in Finland at any time of the year. 

At last, if you want a more relaxing holiday, - join karaoke lovers of all ages. You can find a lot of them in the lakeside cafes and discos. Often, the participants sing popular Soviet songs of 60s in Finnish (for example, "Moskovskie okna", "Podmoskovnye vechera", etc.), while enjoying views of the lake beauty.

like a postcard

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  1. Always wanted to go enjoy some time in Finland, mainly in the winter months... had no idea the summers were this nice

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  2. Yeah, summers in Finland are really awesome! And now I also dream about winter rest in this beautiful country.

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