Hotel Vallonia Garden

Keskustie 3, Mustasaari, 65610, Finland
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Brages openair museum, Vaasa, FIBrages openair museum, Vaasa, FI

Brages openair museum, Vaasa, FIBrages openair museum, Vaasa, FI

Brages openair museum, Vaasa, FIBrages openair museum, Vaasa, FI

Brages openair museum, Vaasa, FIBrages openair museum, Vaasa, FI

Travel Tips for Vasa

See the blue sky and the smile...

by jarto

See the blue sky and the smile on my face? This was a lovely day to go sailing.

The archipelago of Vaasa is very unique and full of small rocky islands. Finland was covered by ice in the ice age and thanks to that the terrain is still raising one cm every year. The ice also created all those islands.

The longest bridge in Finland

by Scandic

This bridge is located in Korsholm. Korsholm is a coastal community in the heart of Swedish-speaking Ostrobothnia. It is a place mixed with an unique archipelago as well as countryside. Here you will find historical sights and an interestingbuilding culture. Korsholm also has a very active musical and cultural life.Stundars, one of Finland's seven tourist wonders is situated here. Another strong attraction is the Music Festival in Korsholm.

Korsholm is a vast community bordering on the city of Vasa. It coversan area of 2,801 square kilometers (1,082 square miles) of which 847 squarekilometers (327 square miles) are land and 1,954 square kilometers (754square miles) are water. Consequently, the archipelago is very large - oneof the largest in the country - extending for miles and miles into the gulfif Bothnia. Korsholm is easily accessible and can be reached by highways 3, 8 and16. Air and train connections as well as the ferry-service between Swedenand Finland are good.

Korsholm has a population of about 16,600 (2000), and is expanding veryfast.

As a volley ball nut, my...

by jarto

As a volley ball nut, my favourite place on a beautiful summer day is at the beach of Tropiclandia. It has a few great beach volley ball courts and lots of friendly players. There's no ranking. Just go there, ask if you can play and join the game.

Tropiclandia itself is a nice spa. So if the sun is not shining, it's a great idea to enjoy the services and hot pools there.

Cycling through the steers of Vaasa

by Capricornus

Well, I'm a cyclist so I've beaten nearly every road in Vaasa. The best thing about cycling in Vaasa is that you can easily get out of the downtown. Just five to ten kilometers and you're in totally different milieu. There are also many smaller roads to go so that you can build an exiting trip for a day. Roads are in good shape so you don't have to have a mountain bike to survive. :oD Sure it helps if you want go off-road for a true adventure! I use a roadbike but that's not the best choice if you want to relax and be tender to your butt. :) I think that you should try a hybrid bike. It has more narrow tires than a mounain bike so it rolls better. I'm not sure if they rent bikes in Vaasa but I must find out.

Sunniest town in Finland

by Turska


I don´t understand why this is called Vasa here-in Swedish.Other towns in Finland are written in Finnish.
My sister lives in Vaasa,so I visit there couple of times a year.
They say,that Vaasa is sunniest town in Finland.In summer it might be true,but at winter it seems to rain a lot.
It is quite small town.Nicest place is near seaside.Also some kilometers from center is some nice places.


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