Welcome to the Official Travel Site of Finland
A cruise on Arctic Icebreaker Sampo leaves even the most seasoned seafarers awestruck.
When Finland’s waters freeze over, tour skaters grab their blades and head out to the open.
Tinja Myllykangas is a young woman who traded city life to a wilderness hut in Lapland. She now runs a sled dog safari business and shares a deep bond with the wild.
Finnish Lapland - its barren, beautiful natural landscape has an irresistible charm.
Spend the night in a lighthouse to discover genuine peace of mind.
Sulo "The Bearman" Karjalainen is at home amongst bears and other predators, having nursed them since they were babies.
Finland’s Baltic coast with its tens of thousands of islands is a perfect travel destination for anyone looking for a sailing experience with a difference.
Take a weekend trip from west to east with plenty of family tourist destinations along the way.
Shaped by the Ice Age, the Turku archipelago consists of over 20,000 islands and islets.
Finland’s largest lake and the fourth largest natural freshwater lake in Europe - perfect for paddling for a day or two.
Unlike reindeer, moose are truly wild animals and avoid contact with humans as much as possible. For a sure sighting of this majestic animal head to the wildlife parks and zoos around the country.
Taking advantage of the magical midnight sun, each year tens of thousands of people join some of the world’s largest, oldest and most well-known running and rowing events in Finland.
The round fells of Finland’s main ski area, Lapland, offer varying terrain for skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels.
Finland’s lake district is a dream destination for sailors. Ari Juva has been sailing his own steamboat on Lake Saimaa for decades.
Snowmobiling is sort of like riding a motorcycle on snow, and many would argue a lot more fun.
They’re cute and they’re fast; a husky tour is an exquisite way to see the Arctic wilderness in Finland.
The archipelago of Helsinki consists of around 330 islands, providing a great getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Tuomas Holopainen, the band leader of Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish, thinks Finland is the best place on Earth. Taking time off his busy rock star life, Tuomas escapes on the hiking trails of Lapland or small hideaways around the capital.
In Finland, you can find some of the world’s last wilderness regions, where you can experience the untouched nature with its rare wild animals.
Besides the historic town of Porvoo, the area is also home to some of the most beautiful manor houses and ironworks in Finland.
Finnish national parks are protected areas with unique natural features. Accessing them is encouraged, and they present a number of recreational possibilities.
One of the best-kept secrets for perfect cycling conditions in Finland.
One-tenth of Finland is covered in bodies of water that are brimming with fish, luring both local and foreign fishing enthusiasts to grab their nets and rods.
Finland’s largest lake network surrounds you almost wherever you go and there is no shortage of places to stop off for a break.
Here, traffic jams are unknown – enjoy an uncrowded holiday.
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.
DIP IN A HOLE IN THE ICE Yes, it’s freezing outside and yes, the water is cold! Forget all excuses and just do it – the exhilarating feeling you get after an icy dip is worth that leap of faith....
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