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17 Reasons to Visit Finland in 2017

Finland is a little hidden gem located far up North. While we might be small in size, we’re big in things to discover. Please enjoy our list of 17 reasons to come to Finland in 2017.

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The Wooden towns of Finland

In a country of such abundant forests, Finland has been built mostly from wood all the way up to the last century. Still dotting the countryside today exist entire wooden towns that sit nearly as they did hundreds of years ago. A visit to one of these historic places is like entering a living time capsule into Finland's past.

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Finnish 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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48 hours in Finland

Have 48 hours in Finland? Get ready for a cool capital, creative coastal towns and nature adventures of a lifetime.

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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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Cruisin' the Finnish seas

How do you get a holiday within a holiday? Hop on a cruise ship leaving Finland for a round trip to Sweden, Estonia, Russia, or sail the beautiful Finnish coastline. Eat, dine, be entertained and get a taste of what the Finnish cruise lines and neighbouring countries have to offer.

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Getting Married in Finland

Whether you are a newlywed or newly engaged, the Land of the Midnight Sun redefines nuptial romance. With its breathtaking scenery and world-class accommodations, this “Jewel of the North” reimagines the spirit of romance in truly unique ways.

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Finland: even the stamps are gay

There is no staying in the closet in Finland. This is the country where you can send your postcards home with gay erotic stamps and take part in endless rainbow-coloured activities throughout the year.

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Accessible adventures in Finland

As Finnish travel sector embraces sustainable services for all users, you can explore the great wilderness, cultural delights or the Arctic magic – the accessible way.

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17 Reasons to Visit Finland in 2017 The Wooden towns of Finland Finnish Summer Food 48 hours in Finland 72 hours in Finland Cruisin' the Finnish seas Getting Married in Finland Finland: even the stamps are gay Accessible adventures in Finland