– On vacation, tourists yearn for experiences, and judging by the signs, this is going to be a record-breaking summer for domestic tourism.
The newly announced service from Turku will be available two times a week - Monday, Friday starting 9 November 2018.
Life Science Accelerator
Taiteilijattaret at the Pharmacy Museum and Qwensel House from 3 to 6 pm
During the day, you can see excerpts from a community art contempo
The Turku Music Festival features 30 concerts and events, with a star-studded guest list of international top names and young Finnish talent. Events will be held not only at traditional venues but also in private homes and in the Old Academy Building, 200 years old and recently reopened after an extensive renovation.
Show your Culture Card to participate in a guided tour free of charge. You only pay for the normal Museum admission fee.
The conference has a bold approach to the topic: how human and animal relationships are intertwined.
“We feel that a tragic crime or its perpetrator do not deserve a memorial day.
Information on the renovation and excavation of the Market Square is available in the information container in the square.
– I am very pleased that the Europe Forum is organised specifically in Turku where we have excellent facilities for the event and the history of be
The duration of repairs cannot yet be evaluated at this stage.
Paavo Nurmi Festival
3rd June, Paavo’s Sports Day
4th June, Paavo Nurmi Master/Junior Games
The 30-year loan is funded with the proceeds of NIB Environmental Bonds.
Photo: Ulla Hytti, Emmi Laakso and Jarna Heinonen warmly welcome European researchers in entrepreneurship to Turku.
Although parliamentary proceedings are unfinished it is clear that prospective county elections will not take place on 28 October 2018.
The vast ICLEI World Congress in Montreal started on Wed 19 June
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.
Thu 21 June Normal opening hours.
Fri–Sun 22 –24 June All libraries are closed.
Unless you are a plant biologist, it’s quite likely you won’t have heard of Arabidopsis thaliana.