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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.
Within a good hour from Helsinki international airport, B&B’s in Porvoo and Fiskars are idyllic destinations for some rustic romanticism in the Finnish countryside. Porvoo lies less than an hour east of Helsinki. With history dating back to the 14th...
The cottage is an institution in Finland. In the holiday seasons, Finns flock to the countryside for quietness and relaxation at cosy hideouts.
Head out to a countryside manor for a romantic break and a whiff of times past.
Spend the night in a lighthouse to discover genuine peace of mind.
Christmas is a time for families to make new memories together, yet it is usually over in the blink of an eye. This is where Finland steps in.
Finnish berries and fruits are packed with sweet flavors and healthy vitamins and flavonoids.
Bengtskär is the tallest lighthouse in the Nordic countries. Paula Wilson, the lighthouse keeper there, explains the magic of the historical building and its surroundings.
Finland’s largest lake and the fourth largest natural freshwater lake in Europe - perfect for paddling for a day or two.
The Midnight Sun – a unique phenomenon best experienced in Finnish Lapland.
Thanks to its natural offerings, Kilpisjärvi is one of the best-known destinations in the North.
A mesmerizing summer vision made by one of the most acclaimed photographers in Finland.
A near-supernatural experience that never leaves you.
How often do you fall asleep to the sound of silence? Heat up the lakeside sauna in the summer or get cosy in front of the fireplace in the winter, rest and revitalisation are guaranteed.
Cross-country skiing is somewhat of a national sport in Finland. It is extremely good for the body and mind, with beautiful winter scenery serving as an inspiring backdrop.
Snowshoeing is a great way to experience Finland’s wintry wildernesses.
Nature is never far in Finland. Visitors can get a feel of real countryside in Helsinki, too, by heading to Viikki nature trails or visiting friendly cows.
The archipelago of Helsinki consists of around 330 islands, providing a great getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Midsummer is a main national holiday in Finland, and is spent either relaxing or celebrating.
Timeless summer memories from photographer Martti Jämsä´s summer house.
How about hiking in summer, cross-country skiing in winter, gathering berries and mushrooms or simply going for a walk in the woods?
Only an hour away from Helsinki downtown, Nuuksio National Park offers tranquility and lets one find his inner calm.
The forested landscape is dotted with patches of water so numerous they have earned Finland the nickname “the land of the thousand lakes”.
RETREAT TO A COTTAGE BY THE LAKE Escaping to the countryside or wilderness is a national way of relaxation. Half a million cottages ensure there’s a quiet retreat for every taste. DISCOVER THE ROOTS OF SAUNA Sauna is a place...
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