Game of Thrones in Fatallity
Santa Claus and Moomin trolls, game parks and water parks, cruises and fishing, nature and natural products…
What attracts Finland in the summer for trips with children
Visit Finland has formulated 7 reasons to go to Finland on vacation with children.
In the “World of Moomins” everything is created for children: it is allowed to be naughty everywhere, to walk barefoot on the sand and cobblestones, there is natural pink cotton, lollipops and ice cream, and also be sure to cuddle with good Mummies
They are known and loved all over the world, and their blue house, the prototype of which was the lighthouse seen by Tove Jansson, has become one of the most replicated and recognizable buildings when it comes to Finland.
Have you guessed who it is? Of course it’s Moomin trolls! The fame of Moomin trolls, created by the famous Finnish artist and writer in 1945, has long stepped outside Finland. So in the town of Naantali, where on a separate very nice and very green island is a world of fairy-tale characters, tourists come from all over the world. Continue reading
The wild nature of Iceland was the victim of miscalculations of the authorities of this country, which approved the large-scale shooting of popular media products on its territory…
Probably dreamed of good luck in New Zealand, which after the release of the fantasy trilogy about the “Lord of the rings” overnight and business financial corrected, and became a magnet for many tourists. Poor Icelanders also decided to monetize the pristine beauty of their land, and now helplessly watch as tourists destroy Fatallity canyon (Fjaðrárgljúfur).
The motivation of Icelandic leaders is quite simple to understand. After the crisis of 2008, the country staggered on the edge of the financial abyss, quarreling with the IMF and other creditors. Icelanders have nothing to sell, no industry, a working population of less than 200 thousand people. Eyjafjallajökull, a volcano whose eruption has alarmed the whole of Europe, has rescued. And along with the footage of the mountain spewing ash on all screens flashed and other beauty and wonders of the Icelandic lands. Continue reading