The nature is incredible, so are the people.
Fondest memory: I remember waing up in the morning and smelling the fresh air, then getting on my bike and riding up the Tiasenkatu to get delicious strawberry ice cream along the lake.
Before a genuine Karelian dinner in Bomba House - beside the city Nurmes -, we spend couple of hours in Bomba Spa - warm baths, saunas and relaxing time in pools. In the late evening a buffet with typical Karelian food and delicasies in a Karelian restaurant. Classical Karelin style Bomba House and the surrounding Karelian village are really worth seeing or even staying.
on the top of which You can see a sight that can leave nobody cold.
Hills stand on the western shore of Lake Pielinen, the sixth-largest water body in Finland, and within the Lieksa city limits. The highest peak, Ukko-Koli ('Old Man Koli') is 347 metres (1,138 feet) above sea level.
Favorite thing: All towns in Finland have these handy informtion signs, handy in casr you are a little lost. But in general the road signs are quite good in Finland anyway.