Finland. Esko , for example, is the Mayor of Rovaniemi (the world known as Santa Claus City), the capital of the Lapland region in the north of the country, and wants to share the Finnish summer experience with a few foreigners at his cottage.
Tourists will “taste” the Finnish livelihood, go for pickle berries, go fishing, go fishing or play mölkky, a local game.
Another experience will be enjoyed by those going to Linda and Niko , a couple living in Utö, an island in the Finnish archipelago. According to the presentation made by the two, the tourists who will go to them will become acquainted with the ” simplicity of life in the archipelago, surrounded by caring people and spectacular nature . ” Those who choose to go to Linda and Niko can also go on boat trips to the surrounding islands.
Those who want to enter this program have to make a three-minute film describing them, telling what they like, what are the expectations they have on holiday in Finland, and completing a form on the site dedicated to the project. Applications must be submitted by April 14, 2019.
The winners will travel this summer to Finland for three days in the times set by the hosts. All travel and accommodation expenses will be borne by the locals. Hosts point out that foreign visitors will be filmed throughout the holiday.