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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.
Alvar Aalto Centre is the administrative and cultural centre of Seinäjoki, Western Finland.
Alvar Aalto Museum in Jyväskylä, Lakeland, is a museum for architecture and design.
Towering 52 meters above the sea, Bengtskär in Southern Finland is the highest lighthouse in Scandinavia.
The Design District comprises nearly 200 members including design shops and galleries in Helsinki.
Finlandia Hall is Helsinki’s premier concert and congress centre surrounded by all the sights of Helsinki.
This tour takes you to the traditional, classic, sights of Helsinki with at least three stops.
The best sights of Helsinki from the sea with over 65 years of experience.
Built in National Romantic style, Hvitträsk in Southern Finland, was the home of 3 architects, Mr Eliel Saarinen being the…
Follow the Finnish history during the past century in a musical performance matching music with the sights.
Kaskinen, Finland's smallest town, with wooden houses is a perfect holiday destination in Western Finland.
Kenkävero in Mikkeli, Eastern Finland, has fine restored buildings, exciting exhibitions and events and exquisite handicrafts as gifts.
Kultaranta of Naantali is the official summer residence of the President of Finland. This treasure of a place is open…
Ilomantsi in Eastern Finland is famed for its tradition of epic and lyric folk poetry.
Puijo hill with its 75-meter high observation tower is the famous landmark of Kuopio.
The studio, home, gallery-café and chapel of the wood sculptress Eva Ryynänen are situated at Paateri, Eastern Finland.
St. Henry’s Ecumenical Art Chapel on the island of Hirvensalo is also a pilgrimage for lovers of architecture.
Stundars is a large open-air museum and a lively culture centre in Korsholm near Vaasa, Western Finland.
Temppeliaukio Church is often called “the church in the rock” and is one of the most famous sights of Helsinki.
The Finnish Nature Centre Haltia lets nature from all over Finland to be experienced in the Helsinki region!
When Helsinki became the capital of Finland in 1812, Helsinki’s centre was established around the Senate Square.
Turku Cathedral is a record of Finnish history. The Cathedral Museum in the Southern Gallery takes you back all the…
Turku City Library combines modern and classic architecture offering culture in its many forms.
The Uspenski Cathedral in Helsinki is the largest Orthodox Church in the Nordic region.
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