A new city scooter service is piloted in the eastern Helsinki district of Vuosaari over the summer 2019 season. The service comprises approximately 300 scooters, half of them regular kick scooters and the other half electric scooters, available from 28 scooter stations in Vuosaari.
The colourful flower displays give splendor to the city centre from Thursday, 23 May, to Sunday, 26 May. The festival exhibitors comprise more than 80 city centre enterprises and institutions, including shops and boutiques, shopping centres, restaurants, cafés, hotels, museums and all three city centre market halls.
The HIMSS & Health 2.0 European Conference is the foremost event in digital health care in Europe and will be held in Helsinki, Finland for the first time from the 11th to the 13th of June 2019. Finnish health care companies will have a strong presence at the conference's largest country-specific stand, the Finland Pavilion, and its programme point.
What’s going on in Helsinki in 2030? What does the arts, culture and events scene of
Finland’s capital city offer to residents and visitors? What types of things
can you run into in Helsinki? Where in Helsinki? Helsinki invites everyone to
dream about the arts and culture city of the future.
Helsinki is the main stage for Finland’s EU Presidency period from July to December
2019. The meetings arranged in Finland will mainly be held at the Finlandia Hall. The opening of the presidency period is celebrated on July 8 at an open summer event on the Kansalaistori square and in the Töölönlahti Park. At the opening, the visitors can experience the Finnish summer day at its best.
Helsinki will be filled with a festival atmosphere on the city’s birthday, 12 June, with over a hundred individual events spread out across dozens of districts and neighbourhoods. The programme includes art and music, sports and exercise, guided tours, workshops and garden parties. All of the events are free of charge and open to all.