Finland's coast boasts the world's largest archipelago. Old wooden towns, lighthouses, historical manors and stone churches, large national parks stretching over land and sea - this all sums up Coastal Finland in a nutshell.
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.
Angela from China fell in love with the Northern Lights when she was a little girl. Now she works in one of the best places in the world to experience this amazing natural phenomenon - a glass igloo village in Finnish Lapland.
Pori offers every traveller plenty to see, experience and enjoy. The seaside city by the Kokemäenjoki River, founded in 1558, boasts a colourful history. In the earlier days, European cultural influences and luxury items, such as spices, fine wines and fabrics, arrived to Western Finland via Pori.
Lively Oulu is a gateway to urban culture as well as the unique nature of the North. The city is located on the shores of the Bay of Bothnia - where modern business and technology meet Northern peace and exoticism.
Old Porvoo is one of Finland’s most idyllic districts. The cobbled streets are lined with old, doll-house-like houses and on top of the hill a white stone church looks over the river valley. Wonderful in the summer, magical during wintertime. Only one hour East of Helsinki.
Rokua has plenty to offer all year round: you won't run out of things to do or places to explore. In the winter, you can admire the snow-capped pines, go cross-country skiing or nowshoe walking and do some ice fishing. During the summer, you can try your hand at trekking, berry and mushroom picking, fishing, and kayaking.