Check the latest recommendations and restrictions related to coronavirus in Turku e.g. in city services and hobby activities.
On 29 December 2021, the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southwestern Finland decided on new regulations that restrict the provision of re
Tendering was launched for the future Science Park deck area on 22 December 2021 as the Kupittaa Partnership Project. The aim of the project is to create a series of urban spaces in the planning zone to form a strong and energetic core for the Turku Science Park.
All performances, competitions and matches must be organized without an audience both at indoor and outdoor sports facilities.
- The Government decided on 22.12.2021 that coronavirus vaccinations would be offered to all those five years of age and over.
The Compulsory Education Act came into effect at the beginning of August 2021, but the regulations about the need to apply came into effect at the
Almost twenty planning groups signed up for the contest that is arranged as a public procurement.
On 9 December 2021, the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southwestern Finland decided to prohibit all public events and public meeting
Institute of Coexistence is created in response to the current ecological, social and biological crises.
The contact catalogue consists of participatory performance work, exploring how we can rediscover the importance of touch and physical clo
- Thursday 23 December: The main library is open from 9 am to 5 pm. Local libraries with services are open until 4 pm.
The Missions are a new element of the EU’s research and innovation framework programme Horizon Europe.
Finnish water know-how has been highlighted in a book ”Managing Aquifer Recharge – A Showcase for Resilience and Sustainability” published by Unesc
Independence Day 6.12. causes changes in opening hours in Turku City Library. The main library is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Brunch libraries that are self-service libraries are open from 7 am to 9 pm. Other branch libraries are closed.
There are both properties that could be used more efficiently and opportunities for further construction in the Old Town area.
Coronavirus is now spreading throughout the city and in all age groups. Young adults have also been hospitalised. Most of those w
Resource wisdom means sustainable use of natural resources, zero waste and zero emissions. Achieving these goals is a prerequisite for sustainable well-being in the Turku region. The circular economy provides a framework for concrete interventions that will lead the Turku region toward resource wisdom.
The seasonal lighting sites, familiar from the previous year, are gradually starting to shine during the last week of November.
To meet the 1.5 degree warming limit target set by the Paris Climate Agreement, the CDP has tightened previous city-level standards and conditions
Study and Stay in Turku career event was arranged on 10 November 2021. If you missed it, you can watch the recording of the event and hear insipiring stories from international alumni who have made their careers in Finland!
Studying is a student's job, and while an employee may suffer from work fatigue, the student may be threatened by study fatigue.
In addition to the seasonal lights that light up around the city, the rest of the year will be illuminated by a new light event Path of Light on 3-
It is not very surprising that literature in English is borrowed most. Material in Russian comes second and material in German third.