The four seasons and local specialities create a colourful display across the markets of Finland.
In Tampere, for example, they sell hot black sausages, in Finnish (mustamakkara) and lingonberry sauce; in Turku, rusinamakkara, or raisin sausages, while in Pori in the autumn, fresh grilled river ...
Picture: Soili Jussila / Visit Finland
The arrival of Eastertide is a sign that the long winter is coming to its end.
Mämmi, a malt-based pudding served with cream and sugar, is probably the most well-known.
You either love it or hate it as it tends to be an acquired taste.
Roast lamb is a...
Picture: Juho Kuva / Visit Finland
The Market Square (Kauppatori in Finnish) occupies a great site in the South Harbour at the eastern end of the two Esplanades.
The market sells Finnish delicacies like crisp tiny muikku or vendace (from the salmon family), loi-mulohi or “blazed” sal...