“The hotel is being modernised, respecting the feel of the 1920s.
Holger Weiss, Professor of General History at Åbo Akademi University, is very happy with the solution chosen by the European Netwo
Five-year-old children born in 2013 will be provided with free-of-charge early childhood education in Turku as part of a trial programme for the entire year running from 1 August 2018 to 31 July 2019.
SparkUp's doors are closed on Wednesday 13.6. but off course you can access to the premises with the key.
Spend a day in the park
Samppalinna Hill, Sports Park, Kupittaa Park, Vartiovuori Park, Puolala Park and many others.
On Monday 11 June, Turku City Council is going to decide on a Climate Plan that will help with reaching the objective of carbon neutrality.
In June, Culture Card holders will be able to buy a series ticket to the Adventure Park at a price of €12 (normal price €18).
Selection of magazines consists of over 1500 titles in English and most of them come with back issues covering the last couple of years.
Join a guided tour through the medieval castle! Daily tours in English in June, July and August.
The exhibition of sculptor Simo Helenius gathers works from throughout the artist’s entire career. Helenius is best known for his wood sculptures.
Through environmental and community art, installations, performances, dance, workshops, digital art, sound art, videos, stories, and more, Olohuone
Summer opening hours are valid during 4 June–19 August 2018.
We are sorry for the inconvenience.
At the moment, the City of Turku website is not in use. We are doing our best so that the website can be used as soon as possible.
The President of Iceland, Guðni Th.
Sat 19 May
Normal opening hours.
Sun 20 May
All libraries are closed.*
There is great excitement in the air. Professors Tapio Salmi and Dmitry Murzin are top scientists in their fields but they are also driven to share their expertise. They understand the significance of social activism and have been successful as congress organisers.
International Conference on Arabidopsis Research (ICAR) June 25-29, 2018
Finland's air quality is better than that of any other country on earth, according to statistics from the World Health Organisation published by th
Fans of Northern Lights, sauna and Santa Claus won’t be surprised to hear Finland has been named the happiest place to live.This year Finland toppe
Wed 9 May
The Main Library closes at 6 p.m.
In the Europe Forum, the role of Finland in Europe and the European Union is reflected from the perspective of a long time frame.