New Year in Finland

After Christmas, New Year is coming immediately. For many, New Year is the occasion to turn a new page in life, embrace new changes, learn from the past, and move on. So, how do international students celebrate New Year in Finland then?

When your family or maybe your best friends are far away from your place, how can you cope with that? It is actually up to you how you want to make your New Year in Finland memorable. New Year in Finland is usually spend with your friends so you won’t be having trouble findings people to celebrate with.

There are fireworks going off at the turn of New Year. Normally, you can see the view best in the city center. At that time, the street is also crowded with people. If you are thinking of spending time celebrating New Year in the city center, do not forget to dress up warmly. Also, don’t forget to take a good camera with you. The scenario will be ideal for a memorable picture with your group of friends.

 

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Moreover, many bars are open on New Year’s Eve. You can have your friends join you for some drinks.

If you prefer staying at home, you can choose to cook together with a group of friends and have a meal together. After that, you can either opt for going out or continue drinking at home. Besides, you can organize some board games or drinking games with your friends.

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There will be broadcast of the fireworks on TV, so you don’t have to go outside to see it in case you want to stay in the wamth. What would be more ideal than raising a cup of champagne and having a long meaningful conversation with your beloved friends about the incoming new year full of expectations.

We wish everybody a happy New Year!

Edunation Team

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