Watch it here: We talk to the creator of an amazing video and social-media hit that flies you over Helsinki with a quadcopter.
Our photographers take to the streets for Lux Helsinki’s light installations, which illuminate the city every January.
Kilometre-high skyscrapers or wooden buildings: Finnish companies are at the forefront of new construction technology.
The rumours of cold stone-faced Finns are more appropriate for their local statues, as their lively history will tell.
Pioneering projects in Finnish architecture are earning global attention and setting new trends.
Finland is famous for success in hockey, javelin and skiing, but urban sports are also popular. Check out our slideshow.
The Helsinki Festival crowns the summer with countless arts events. Best of all, much of it is free – here are our picks.
On a budget? You can still get the most out of your visit to Helsinki.
See how Yellow City, a book project in Helsinki’s year as 2012 World Design Capital, portrays urbanity (slideshow).
We relish the crisp fall air, bringing you eye-catching photos of a city where green leaves are turning red, orange and yellow.
Our summertime video series: a look at life in the capital during the brightest time of the year.
You don’t have to leave Helsinki find a good beach. Grab your towel and your sunscreen, let’s go!
At the Fashion Library in 2012 World Design Capital Helsinki, you don’t need to empty your wallet to fill your wardrobe.
In Helsinki’s year as World Design Capital 2012, students and senior citizens tackle the issues of an aging population.
Helsinki is World Design Capital in 2012. It’s an exciting time to pose questions and seek fresh perspectives.
Helsinki has been awaiting a real concert hall since composer Jean Sibelius put Finland on the map as a music nation.
The Finnish festival season continues long into the autumn. We list our fall favourites in a calendar for you.
Fiskars, home village of the iconic orange-handled scissors, forms a mecca of design, art and good food.
Light shows shower Helsinki landmarks and parks with colour, texture and contrast as 2011 gets started.
It's worth seeing what lies beyond Helsinki. Porvoo, the second-oldest town in Finland, charms visitors with its historical treasures, design shops, fashion and fine dining.
Our photos show that you don't have to leave the Finnish capital to find greenery and peaceful scenery.
Eco-friendly, ethical clothing and design items abound in Helsinki.
Photographer Tim Bird explores Helsinki’s Lutheran Cathedral to show you this popular landmark like you’ve never seen it before.
The Finnish capital is small enough to lack big-city stress, yet cosmopolitan enough to offer a large selection of dining and shopping.
The small northern city of Oulu is known far and wide as the birthplace of Technopolis, a technology centre that helps companies grow and succeed.
We recount how the buildings around Senate Square, including the landmark Lutheran Cathedral, got their start.