Turku Castle, located in Turku, Finland, is the biggest surviving medieval structure in Scandinavia. The castle has been converted into a museum, but also treats special guests to a banquet hall. As well as a theatrical play of three brothers who lived in this mighty building.
Turku, southwest Finland. The Baltic Sea. - Is Finland oldest city and first capital and a longtime center of the arts. It is the gateway to the centuries old King's Road, a 293 mile route that travels east to St. Petersburg, Russia.
In Finland’s Turku archipelago, a borderland of islands preserves Nordic traditions, astonishing natural beauty and some disquieting memories. Explore the rich history and stark landscapes with Marcel Theroux of Lonely Planet Traveller magazine. Images by James Bedford. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/finland/south-coast/turku/travel-tips-and-articles/77783#ixzz2ZaXwyQZV