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Visit Pori will again arrange accommodation in Pori homes during the SuomiAreena/Iskelmä Festival and the Pori Jazz Festival.
The year 2023 was a good year for tourism in Pori. The number of nights stayed in unregistered accommodation establishments (AirBnB and Vrbo) increased, contributing to the growth of accommodation revenue. Additionally, the number of overnight stays by international travelers increased by 10% compared to 2022.
The Luontotalo Arkkis' new exhibition, Unique Yyteri, opens on Thursday, February 8, 2024. The exhibition explores the dune nature of the famous sandy beach located in Pori and its unique features. What kinds of species inhabit the dunes of Yyteri? How are dunes formed? What threatens the dunes, and how are they protected? Answers to these questions and more will be provided.
Pori's successful event year in 2023 was evident in both record-breaking visitor numbers and the results of visitor surveys. Attendance records were broken at Kirjurinluoto events during the summer, and visitor surveys indicate that events in Pori are successful.
The fire alarm system of the Satakunta Museum's museum building on Hallituskatu will be renovated during February and March. Installation work will be carried out in all areas of the museum, and for safety reasons, public spaces, exhibitions, and the museum café will be closed from February 1st to April 1st, 2024.
Winter in Pori is not just about cold and snow – it's an invitation to adventure on ice and snowdrifts. This article guides you into winter activities, offering unique experiences and opportunities to enjoy the winter in Pori. Dive into the article and discover how you can make the most of sunny frosty days.
All eyes are already on summer and holiday planning is in full swing. Many people are looking for ideas at the Helsinki Exhibition Centre's Travel Fair, where Visit Pori will also be present from 18-21 January 2024.The Pori Tourism Year 2024 will consist of familiar domestic tourism favourites and events, but there will also be new attractions.
Pori, Eurajoki, and Rauma collaborated to organize an international area guide training, from which 17 coastal guides have just graduated. The guide course was unique because usually the course is always organized on a municipality-specific basis. This time, the region covered the entire coastline from Rauma through Eurajoki to Pori.