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Doze Off under the Northern Lights

In Finland, nature’s most spectacular light show, the Aurora Borealis, can be viewed in a range of purpose-built spaces from glass igloos to luxury suites.

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72 hours in Finland

Finland in 72 hours - Cross the Arctic Circle, cuddle in a lakeside cottage or visit a lighthouse at the sea.

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What Are the Finns Like?

Finnish people are warm, open and sincere, even though they might tell you the exact opposite.

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10 Sauna Tips for Beginners

What exactly do you do in a Finnish sauna and what not?

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Meet Santa Claus

Everyone knows the one and only Santa comes from Finland. A busy man, his office is open all year round - not just during Christmas-time.

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Ski Lapland

The round fells of Finland’s main ski area, Lapland, offer varying terrain for skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels.

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Autumn Auroras in Finnish Lapland

Even though many people associate the aurora with cold and snowy winter scenery, the most active seasons are actually autumn and spring when the earth’s orientation towards the sun maximises the probability of solar flares interacting with the planet’s magnetic field to generate this phenomenon.

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Meet Sulo - the Bearman

Sulo "The Bearman" Karjalainen is at home amongst bears and other predators, having nursed them since they were babies.

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Summer Food

While Finnish winter staples such as hearty stews keep us warm during the cold months, we prefer our summer food to be light, fresh and easy to prepare.

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Doze Off under the Northern Lights 72 hours in Finland What Are the Finns Like? 10 Sauna Tips for Beginners Meet Santa Claus Ski Lapland Autumn Auroras in Finnish Lapland Meet Sulo - the Bearman Summer Food