Finland launched a programme allowing tourists to "Rent a Finn" as a happiness guide.And she is officially the happiest country in the world for the third year running according to the annual World Happiness Report, last summer, why?
Just take a look on some of her best adventages:
One of the city's old market halls
These are incredibly old buildings that now mainly contain international food stalls.
The architecture in the heart of the city, particularly along the Esplanade, is stunning.
Finnish bakeries serve lots of seasonal pastries, and they take cake very seriously.
The harbor.
A ferris wheel, but this isn't just any ferris wheel, one of the cabins is an actual sauna. Unsurprisingly, it's the only one of its kind in the world.
The Helsinki Housing Mix means properties have to have a certain proportion of their homes reserved for students or assisted living, for example, while the Percentage rule means companies wanting to build new homes have to allocate 1% of their budget to art, like murals and sculptures.
In winter the whole lake freezes over and people ski on it, It's a really popular activity for Finns.