Finland is very well equipped for the young. Most public places provide facilities to entertain infants/toddlers, including toilet facilities that are very convenient for the parents. A parent can use public transport for free when traveling with a stroller.
This can be obtained from the Internet or the directory of the local community. Look for the word "päivähoito."
The city pays special attention to the welfare and safety of children. Many public areas are planned with extensive consideration given to children.
Linnanmäki amusement park, Korkeasaari zoo and the island fortress of Suomelinna, to name a few.
Outdoor activities are skiing or skating in the winter and cycling and the beach in summer. The parks offer some very beautiful spots for cycling and strolls.
Finland offers many exciting events for the young. The schools organize many activities that often keep them busy with excitement.
There are many organizations from different sports or dance groups that cater to this age group.
A list of different cultural activities ranging from art to music can be found on the Finland festivals website.
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