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Beautyness of this city
There is much building going on at the moment, but in January everything will be finished
In a nutshell
Finlands sunniest city
Even though one is in Finland – Swedish is a main language of the town of Vaasa. Hence all street signs and many shop signs are in both Swedish and Finnish.
Written Aug 19, 2007
Are there actually any dangers in Finland? Dangers not, risks maybe, like following: Don't ever dare to sit outside on a public place with a lot of bottles of alcohol. It will definitly happen that a crowd of 10 drunken teenager girls come to you in order to get any drinks! Sure, it's funny for the first time, but it will be hard to get ride of them... *g*
Written Aug 25, 2002
Miscellaneous: There is no special rainy season
Avg. Temp. in Spring: max.: 0 – 11°C ( 32 - 51°F ); min: -8 - 3°C ( 18 - 38°F )
Avg. Temp. in Summer: max.: 16 – 20°C ( 60 - 68°F ); min: 7 - 12°C ( 45 - 53°F )
Avg. Temp. in Autumn: max.: 2 – 10°C ( 34 - 50°F); min: -4 - 9°C ( 25 – 49°F )
Avg. Temp. in Winter: max.: -4 – -1°C ( 25 - 30°F); min: -7 - -4°C ( 19 - 25°F )
Written Jan 25, 2004
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!
Equipment: 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.
Written Apr 11, 2005