The old town is one of the largest surviving wooden towns in Finland. A walking tour is probably the best way to see the town as part of its charm lies in the renaissance design of the streets and the proportions of the houses. The History Museum is just one of several museums in town and is housed in a 17th century school building. The surrounding area holds its own stories so rent a car and go exploring. If it seems that there is a festival every weekend during the summer, it wouldn't be too far from the truth. The biggest is probably Old Kalle's Summerweek, a weeklong celebration of all things Finnish and Kokkolian. There's also the Scandinavian Blues Party. Bring your dark glasses and harmonica and play "The Talking Whitefish Reindeer Blues" at one of the jam sessions, then hop in your rental car and drive away. You will seem mysterious and people will want to know more about you, a buzz will grow and soon you will enjoy rock star status. Winter and summer sports are popular for both spectators and those who want to be more active. Finally there are wonderful shops and outlet stores for those who like to bring home trophies. Questions about driving in Kokkola? Our driving information page should provide answers.
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