Welcome to the Official Travel Site of Finland
Before the age of the car, the waterways were the highways of the Lakeland. Still today, the best way to enjoy and explore these parts of Finland is from a boat.
Taking a trip to Lakeland is like taking a trip into the heart of Finnish identity.
Finland’s largest lake and the fourth largest natural freshwater lake in Europe - perfect for paddling for a day or two.
Home to the world's biggest smoke sauna.
A mesmerizing summer vision made by one of the most acclaimed photographers in Finland.
Finland’s lake district is a dream destination for sailors. Ari Juva has been sailing his own steamboat on Lake Saimaa for decades.
When Finland’s waters freeze over, tour skaters grab their blades and head out to the open.
Tampere has the small town feel: the city centre is compact in size, and has a friendly atmosphere.
Finland’s largest lake network surrounds you almost wherever you go and there is no shortage of places to stop off for a break.
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Plenty of gradients and the terrain varies from bare rock and undulating sandy ground to ancient spruce forests with tree roots and gravel ridges – perfect for taking it to the max.
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