Cities in Finland

There’s obviously more cities in Finland, but these are the ones that is currently added to the guide.

Upcoming events in Finland

What is the top gay cities in Finland?

The top gay city in Finland is definitely Helsinki, darling 🌈! Although the gay scene is smaller compared to other European capitals, Helsinki has some fantastic LGBTQ+ venues and events.

What currency is used in Finland?

Finland uses the Euro (€) as currency. Credit cards like Visa and MasterCard are widely accepted, so no need to bring big money bags, honey!

Is it expensive in Finland?

Finland can be pricey compared to other countries, but it's worth it for the quality, sweetie. Just budget wisely, and you'll still have a fabulous time!

Do I need any extra paperwork to visit Finland?

It depends on your nationality, hun. EU citizens don't need a visa, but some non-EU visitors might. Just check the Finnish consulate's website for the deets.

Is Finland gay friendly?

Absolutely! Finland is known for its LGBTQ+ acceptance and progressive values. The Finns will make you feel welcome and loved 💕.

Is gay marriage allowed in Finland?

You bet! Gay marriage has been legal in Finland since 2017. Time to find your Finnish prince charming? 😉

Can I use English in Finland?

Yes, you can! Finns are polyglots and most speak excellent English. So, go on and strike up a chat!

Should I leave a tip for a waiter in Finland?

Tipping is not expected or required in Finland, but if you want to leave a little surprise for exceptional service, that's totally fine!

What's the best time of year to visit Finland?

Finland's charms differ with seasons. For a sunlit summer, visit in June to August, but if you're into snow and the Northern Lights, aim for winter, between December and February.

What's the local language in Finland, and how do I say basic phrases?

The local language is Finnish. Here are some fun and essential phrases:

  • Hei (Hey) 💁‍♂️

  • Kiitos (Thank you) 🙏

  • Anteeksi (Sorry) 😓

  • Rakastan sinua (I love you) 😍

  • Olen iloinen ollakseni täällä (I'm glad to be here) 🎉

What's the local cuisine like in Finland, and what are some must-try dishes?

Finnish cuisine is hearty and wholesome. You must try:

  • Hernekeitto (Pea soup) 🍵

  • Karjalanpiirakka (Karelian pasty) 🥟

  • Leipäjuusto (Finnish squeaky cheese) 🧀

  • Salmiakki (Salty black licorice) 🍬

What are the emergency numbers, and how do I call for help in Finland?

Keep it cool! In Finland, the general emergency number is 112. Don't hesitate to call if you need assistance.

Are there any cultural taboos or behaviors that I should avoid in Finland?

Finns appreciate personal space, punctuality, and honesty. So, avoid being late, getting too loud or touchy, and you'll be golden!