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An opportunity to study the Finnish art of happiness while enjoying a free vacation!

The Art of Happiness program is a unique initiative that combines the best of Finnish culture, nature, and wellness to help you discover your own personal sense of happiness. The program is offered by Visit Finland, the country’s official tourism agency, and is open to visitors from all over the world.

One of the best things about the Art of Happiness program is that it’s completely free. You’ll be provided with accommodation, meals, and all activities during your stay in Finland. The program is designed to give you a taste of the Finnish way of life, so you’ll have the opportunity to learn about the country’s culture, history, and traditions, as well as the art of happiness.

During your stay in Finland, tourists will have the opportunity to explore the country’s natural beauty. They can go hiking in the forests, pick berries and mushrooms, and swim in the crystal-clear lakes. They can also have the opportunity to learn traditional Finnish skills such as fishing, berry picking, and sauna building.

The Art of Happiness program also includes wellness activities such as yoga, meditation, and mindfulness exercises. Tourists can learn techniques to help them relax, reduce stress, and find inner peace. They will also have the opportunity to visit a Finnish spa and experience the traditional Finnish sauna, which is said to have many health benefits.

But perhaps the most valuable part of the Art of Happiness program is the chance to learn from Finnish happiness experts. One can have the opportunity to attend workshops and seminars led by Finnish experts in the field of happiness research. Tourists can learn about the factors that contribute to happiness, such as social connections, mindfulness, and gratitude, and they’ll discover how to apply these principles to their own lives.

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