Culture of Finland

Celebrating a Rich Heritage

Finnish culture

Explore the brilliance of the culture of Finland


Gather with your family and experience the finest festivals in Finland.


Finnish literature is known worldwide, and it has also been translated into many languages globally.

Culinary Arts

The Finnish style of cooking, presentation of food is simply brilliant.

Musical Acts

The Finnish musical acts are very steeped in their tradition and folklore they are a window for the foreigners into their customs and tradition.


The Finnish sculptures depict the life of a common man and their culture with great skill.

Traditional Clothing

The Finnish clothing was designed in such a way that it can adapt well to both the summer and the extreme winter and the fabrics they use are very brilliant.

Finnish innovation Veikkaus

Veikkaus state gambling monopoly

There is one thing that Finnish people love more than sauna or sausages. It is Veikkaus, the Finnish gambling monopoly. Finns spend more money on gambling than almost anyone in Europe, more than 500€ per every citizen. 

Gambling is so woven in Finnish culture that it is literally everywhere. Wherever you go, every kiosk, gas station and even hospitals are packed with slot machines, betting slips and scratch cards. 

Gambling is socially acceptable, perhaps moreso than anywhere else. Online casinos are still bit of a taboo, but that is quickly changing as younger generation steps in.

Veikkaus you can experience only by being in Finland physically, but there are other alternatives if you wish to try out Finnish online casino.

Cultural Celebrations

This one of the must-see sites for all the tourists and travelers this is one of the happiest countries in the world.

Cultural & Religious Festivals

This is one of the best times for anybody to have a look into the beauty and culture of the land and also get a taste of the cuisine of the time.

New Year’s Eve

It is a Finnish custom to herald the start of a new year with a celebration; it is a day where the fun is not held back.

Midsummer’s Eve

This is Finnish custom to celebrate the summer solstices; it is one of the very interesting time of the year.

Walpurgis Night

It’s a festival to commemorate St. Walburga, it one of the religious festivals.

Sami Culture

The Earliest history of Finland

This is a nomadic tribe of people who are natives to parts of Norway, Finland, Sweden, and Russia and they mostly are in the mountainous areas and they the only people in the world that are allowed reindeer herding.

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This is will be the best opportunity for you to get o know about the happiest country in the world, and also what makes them the happiest nation in the world and also to get a taste of the Finnish culture and cuisine