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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.
Aulanko in central Finland has provided an excellent setting for conventions and recreational activities.
The museum is a one of a kind, specialized museum for handicraft covering entire Finland in the Lakeland region.
Luvia is a historic shipping district that has retained a charming rural character and fresh as the sea wind close…
Follow the Finnish history during the past century in a musical performance matching music with the sights.
Juminkeko, is an information centre in Kuhmo specialized in the Finnish national epos, Kalevala, and offering folklore tours.
The Kalla Islets (Kallankarit), lie in the Gulf of Bothnia close to Kalajoki Western FInland and function as fishermen's base.
Kenkävero in Mikkeli, Eastern Finland, has fine restored buildings, exciting exhibitions and events and exquisite handicrafts as gifts.
Learn about the Lappish reindeer herding culture and feed the reindeer in the nature in the Salla Reindeer Park.
The Kustavi handicraft village in Western Finland is the ideal destination for shoppers and families with children.
Kvarken Archipelago Cruises are an excellent way to get to know the UNESCO World Heritage landscape of Kvarken in Western…
Ilomantsi in Eastern Finland is famed for its tradition of epic and lyric folk poetry.
Sammallahdenmäki in, Western Finland was the first Finnish archaeological site to be part of the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Seurasaari is a tranquil oasis in the midst of the city and displays the traditional Finnish way of life.
The sea fortress, built on islands just off the coast of Helsinki, is a national monument and one of Finland’s…
The Birthplace of composer Jean Sibelius is a cosy museum that in Hämeenlinna, central Finland.
The Kvarken Archipelago in the Western Finland is the only Finnish natural heritage on UNESCO's World Heritage List.
The Old Church of Petäjävesi is an excellent example of a Lutheran church built of logs in Central Finland.
The Sámi Cultural Centre is the centre of Sámi culture and administration in Inari, Lapland.
The exhibitions will show how nature and people have adapted to the extreme conditions of the Northern environment of Lapland.
When Helsinki became the capital of Finland in 1812, Helsinki’s centre was established around the Senate Square.
Experience two UNESCO Wold Heritage sites in Rauma starting from the period of Stone Age!
The largest castle in Finland and one of the country’s national treasures has stood in Turku since the end of…
This 120 km long paddling trail starts at the Old Petäjävesi Church, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Central Finland.
Old Rauma in Western Finland is the largest unified historical wooden town in the Nordic countries.
The Uspenski Cathedral in Helsinki is the largest Orthodox Church in the Nordic region.
The little Verla mill community is in Southeast Finland was the center of Finnish forestry. Now the area has a…
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