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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 Museum of History and Contemporary Art on the banks of the River Aura in Turku.
Interiors of Amos Anderson’s home and Sigurd Frosterus’s collections are permanently on display.
The exhibition includes an extensive collection of sculptures created during the Kemijärvi International Woodsculpting Symposiums in Lapland.
Art Centre Salmela is one of the biggest and most famous art centres in Finland located in the Lakeland region.
Helsinki Festival, yearly in August is an extensive program, which features music, theatre, art and film.
Juminkeko, is an information centre in Kuhmo specialized in the Finnish national epos, Kalevala, and offering folklore tours.
Kenkävero in Mikkeli, Eastern Finland, has fine restored buildings, exciting exhibitions and events and exquisite handicrafts as gifts.
The Korundi House of Culture offers art, music and events in Rovaniemi, Lapland.
Kuhmo Culture Celebrates Winter presents this wide selection of culture both to local residents and to people from further away.
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.
The Silent People is an art show on close to Kuusamo, Lapland on the side of a highway and is…
The centre has 5 museums, an art gallery, a museum shop and a coffee-restaurant in Espoo, Southern Finland.
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