The town of Raseborg was created 1.1.2009 from the towns of Ekenäs, Karis and commune of Pohja. It has about 29 000 inhabitants. The town is bilingual with Swedish as a majority language. Name Raseborg is derived from the 14th century castle which is open for visitors in the summertime. Old ironworks communities like Fiskars and Billnäs form an important part of the Finnish industrial history and are recognised as nationally remarkable landscapes. Raseborg extends over a very large area, with over 100 kilometers from one border to another.
Local bus traffic is fairly frequent during the winter, less so in the summer. For example Fiskars is accessible by bus also during the summertime. You should check the up-to-date schedules from Matkahuolto .
Taxi rates are goverment-regulated and are the same all over Finland - starting rate is €5.70 on weekdays, or €8.80 after 8PM and on Sundays. In Ekenäs you can find taxis on the main market square (Rådhustorget), in Karis they can be found from the bus station. You can also order taxis to desired location by calling +358 (0)19 1069191 (Ekenäs) or +358 (0)19 91169 (Karis).