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I was visiting friends in Lappeenranta and then we went down to the harbor to see the amazing sandcastle with motives from the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, Castles from Finland, Molly Malone from Dublin and Gaudi buildings from Barcelona. The figures were very...More
The sand castle is made out of small pieces all made by people from different countries. Most of the things are related to the country where those are from. Didn't expect much from it but really liked it.
This is a huge sandcastle having every summer a different theme. The sand sculptures are quite impressive and there are a few rides aimed mostly for younger kids. Our 12-year-old enjoyed the swing caroussel, though, so at least pre-teens might also be entertained. Admission is...More
some locals told us about the sandcastles so we set off to see them, having seen many good sand structures in Europe there are out of this world, reaching far into the sky the detail is amazing. As you walk around the area you come...More
Once a year I enjoy visiting this exhibition of very special art. In addition, the children of the family enjoy different kinds of rides and jumps. Cafe and ice cream is available, too. The beautiful lake Saimaa just beside is a great bonus.
It is the annual event to build up a huge sand castle in the harbour of Lappeenranta. This time we saw sand sculptors in work. They seemed to be from different countries. Remember to enjoy of a local delicacy vety (nitrogen) or atomi (atom) in...More
Just a short walk from the city centre, the sandcastle is actually a bit wrong term for it since it is an area with sculptures made of sand, not actually a sandcastle. The sculptures are different each year. The entrance is free, but if your...More
This years (2017) exhibition began in June and continues open to the public until the end of August and I thoroughly recommend a visit if you are in the vicinity.
It is an annual event, the sculptures being created by professionals invited from different countries....More