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With the Northern Lights and the Midnight Sun, rich wildlife and vast wildernesses, Finnish Lapland is all about soothing natural beauty and wild adventures.
The cities and villages on the shores of Lakeland offer a variety of lovely accommodation and activities in breath-taking scenery. Try renting a summer cottage.
Coastal Areas and Archipelago
Historical cities, harbour towns, lighthouses, and maritime culture in general characterise Finland’s 1 100 kilometres of coastline and the rocky archipelago off it.
A modern and compact European capital by the Baltic Sea, Helsinki is a haven for design and architecture buffs. The small towns and green areas around the city are great for day trips.
In the SnowHotel in Lapland, there are rooms for singles, couples as well as bigger groups - completely made of…
Each year in late November, about one thousand truck loads of snow are used to create the Snow Village in…
Rovaniemi is the hometown of Santa Claus and it is christmassy all year round in Lapland.
The Rovaniemi Reindeer Sprint Race in Lapland is an invitation-only event for the season’s top-ranking reindeer and their drivers.
Ruka Ski Area in Lapland is known for well-groomed slopes and the longest ski season in Finland, over 200 days.
Everyone has the opportunity to wish Santa Claus a good journey as he departs the Santa Claus Village in Lapland.
Traditional Christmas is made of memories, aromas and tastes and offer traditional Finnish handicrafts in Tampere.
Turku is the official Christmas City of Finland, brimming with its numerous events at museums and holiday atmosphere.
Yukigassen is a snowball fight competition held annually in Kemijärvi, Lapland.
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