For five years, Finland has been ranked first in the ranking of the happiest countries in the world (by World Happiness Report). Now Finland has decided to share the secrets of a happy life. And, it's free. "Visit Finland" is now open for applications for the Happiness Masterclass, a free four-day trip to Finland.
"Masterclass of Happiness" is a free four-day trip to Finland "where you can learn the methods to finding your inner Finn".
The master class will be held from June 12 to 15, 2023 at a private villa in the Kuru Resort, in the "Lake Region" of Finland. Applications must be submitted by April 2 online. (Link to apply to attend the event.) Take a trip to Finland and find out how to be happy.
During the course, Finnish experts will try to teach you what they know how to do: how to "create a set of skills that will help you maintain a balanced lifestyle in connection with nature." The four themes include: nature and lifestyle, health and balance, design and everyday life, and food and wellness.
Why is Finland at the top of the world happiness rankings? Why are Finns so happy? In Finland, it is believed that Finnish happiness stems from a close connection with nature and the most ordinary way of life. If you don’t like a quiet and peaceful lifestyle, if the calming beauty of nature doesn’t attract you, if you are attracted to big cities, then you are unlikely to like the recipe for Finnish happiness.
Of course, not everyone will be able to get a trip to Finland for free. Only 10 people will receive an invitation. But you can go to Finland on your own.
How to be happy? The Finns will share with you their vision of a happy life. Finland is one of the best and safest travel destinations in Europe this summer.
Kuru Resort is located in a quiet place, on the shore of a lake, in the Lake District of Finland. The distance from Helsinki is approximately 320 kilometers. Kuru is a peaceful resort for adults where you can relax and recover from the demands of everyday life. Luxurious and private Villas are designed to create encounters with nature.