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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.
Experience the 7 Bridges Archipelago on the Finnish west coast in Nykarleby, Pedersöre, Jakobstad, Larsmo, Kronoby and Kokkola.
Art Centre Salmela is one of the biggest and most famous art centres in Finland located in the Lakeland region.
Baltic Jazz Festival in Dalsbruk offers classical jazz and blues in a unique coal factory in coastal Finland in July.
Finland´s oldest and most legendary city festival, Down By The Laituri, is seen and heard in Turku in the end…
Concerts and soloists in the church of Ekenäs, coastal Finland, with the Finnish Chamber Orchestra annually in August.
Faces festival in Raasepori is a multicultural pop/rock festival aimed at increasing diversity.
Helsinki Festival, yearly in August is an extensive program, which features music, theatre, art and film.
Ilosaari Rock is a popular 3-day rock event in Joensuu, Eastern Finland. The event takes place annually in mid July.
Keitele Jazz in central Finland event which is held in the end of July is known for its intimate atmosphere.
Kimito Island Music Festival is a Finland Festivals event and takes place annually in July in the coastal Finland.
Korsholm Music Festival has invites artists ranging from baroque compositions to classical chamber works to Western FInland.
The Korundi House of Culture offers art, music and events in Rovaniemi, Lapland.
Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival in Lapland is undoubtedly one of the most famous events in Finland.
Kuhmo Culture Celebrates Winter presents this wide selection of culture both to local residents and to people from further away.
The biggest brass music festival in Finland at the end of July takes place in Lieksa, Eastern Finland.
Linnanmäki in the heart of Helsinki has more rides than any other amusement park in Scandinavia!
Lohja Tenor Festivals includes concerts in churches in July in Lohja, Southern Finland.
Classical music event that brings the finest artistic experiences to the fells of Finnish Lapland.
Sommelo, International Music Festival, is an enthusiastic gathering of contemporary ethno musicians and traditional rune singers.
Pori Jazz Festival gathers the superstars of jazz and other rhythm music and takes place in the middle of July…
The biggest blues festival in Europe, Puistoblues, is held annually in Järvenpää.
Top Finnish and international bands perform almost every night in the center of Helsinki.
The oldest rock festival in the Nordic countries takes place on the charming island of Ruissalo in the beginning of…
The Gregoriana is an annual music festival and takes place in July in the city of Sastamala, Southern Finland.
The idyllic centre of Old Town Ikaalinen is filled with musicians and friends of accordion music summer after summer.
Savonlinna Opera Festival is one of the most famous festivals in the whole country, located in the Lakeland region.
St. Henry’s Ecumenical Art Chapel on the island of Hirvensalo is also a pilgrimage for lovers of architecture.
The Tampere Biennale in Southern Finland presents contemporary Finnish art music with the latest compositions and the finest musicians.
The largest guitar festival in Scandinavia is held in Tampere in June! The festival also organize lessons and workshops for…
The Gergiev Festival is an annual festival and takes place at the beginning of July in the Lakeland region.
Time of Music is the only annual festival of contemporary music held in central Finland.
Artistic director Topi Lehtipuu’s inspiring programme captivates Turku in August.
3-days long Tuska Festival in Helsinki in every July is Finland’s biggest metal festival.
Vaasa Choir Festival is an international, five-day-long major event of choir music in Western Finland.
Ylläs Jazz and Blues festival is a 4 day event and will take place during the last weekend of January…
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