Finland is a Nordic country with an edge: it’s the home of sauna, Santa Claus and crafty design. Its unique cultural characteristics along with beautiful, untouched nature make it an unconventional holiday destination.
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Visit Finland – Press Release 04.02.2015 Finnscope In 2014 Visit Finland launched Finngenerator. Developed especially for mobile devices, the application makes it possible for anyone to “find out their inner Finn” by generating their new Finnish name at VisitFinland.com website. Finngenerator is both personal and easy to use and that is why it is so […]
Hotel & Spa Resort Järvisydän is all about unforgettable holidays in Finland. Järvisydän is located on the shore of the great Lake Saimaa in eastern Lakeland region. Read about the new hotel, which will be completed in April-May 2015. Spa Resort Jarvisydan
The beginning of 2015 will see the completion of a unique floating restaurant, Meripaviljonki (Sea Pavilion) on Eläintarhalahti. The new restaurant is located in front of Graniittilinna restaurant and connected to Paasitorni congress centre. Meripaviljonki will open to customers on 8 April 2015. The floating restaurant Meripaviljonki is an excellent addition to the full service […]
The Lappish owned Santa’s Hotels chain now expands to Kilpisjärvi in Saanatunturi fell highlands. Walls of Kilpis holiday destination, with 22 modern and well equipped holiday apartments, is located in the so-called ‘arm of Finland’ in Kilpisjärvi, Lapland, very close to the Norwegian border. The closest airport on the Finnish side of the border is […]
The British newspaper The Guardian has published its list of new accommodations for Great Britain and continental Europe for 2015. Hotel Indigo Helsinki – Boulevard is the only destination listed from Scandinavia. In addition to the hotel, the paper praises Helsinki as an urban holiday destination more glamorous than its reputation. Hotel Indigo Helsinki – […]
The Arctic Light Hotel will be a brand new contemporary boutique hotel situated in the heart of Lapland-Rovaniemi. The 1950’s building and former City Hall of Rovaniemi is currently a residential building and will be reconverted into a beautifully designed boutique hotel to be opened during the winter season of 2015. The hotel will have […]
Go into the snowy wild Lapland Say goodbye to the piggy demons by going outdoors for activities in the beautiful wintry landscape. No matter what the activity, reindeer or husky safari, skiing or snowshoe walking, arctic exercise in the magical polar night will put the spring back in your slingshot like nothing else. Lapland Hotels […]
“No one expected that one of the targets of the Red Army’s major offensive on 30.11.1939 would be the rural municipality of Suomussalmi in Kainuu. This district was singled out due to one geographical fact: the shortest route to Oulu passed through Suomussalmi and it would split Finland in two. In Suomussalmi there was fierce […]
The Lappish Santa’s Hotels expands its activities to the Luosto resort. At the turn of the year Santa’s Hotel Aurora will see the completion of ten completely new hotel rooms with glass ceilings and walls. To be constructed in the immediate vicinity of the hotel, these landscape rooms are Santa’s Hotels’ answer to the growing […]
The 88-meter Solo Sokos Hotel Torni Tampere was opened in mid-October. The “tower hotel” of Tampere is currently the second tallest building in Finland and Tampere right after the Näsinneula Observation Tower. The hotel is located on the Ratapihankatu street in the immediate vicinity of the Railway Station. The 140-year-old locomotive garages have been nicely […]
On the themed day trips and walking tours, organized by Lahti Region Ltd. during the Sibelius Festival 2015, you’ll see places and scenery that inspired Sibelius’s works and are part of Finnish culture. For FIT’s we have also a special four – day package. Read more: In the footsteps of Jean Sibelius day trips and […]
Torassieppi will take a new approach on life and turn Lapland Offline! People live busy life’s surrounded with laptop’s, phones and Ipads. This winter we will have people sitting around the campfire and talking to each other, not having to update their facebook status. Wifi is turned off and we allow no mobile devices. It […]
Official Outdoors Finland -portal takes you straight to the nature. Outdoors Finland -portal guides you to the best hiking, cycling and canoeing trails in Southern Finland. Here you can find the trails and important services around the trails. The portal covers Southern Finland, but in the future it will expand to cover the whole Finland. […]
Jean Sibelius (1865-1957) is Finland ‘s national composer, and his works depict Finland, its history and the Finnish identity and its key elements. Sibelius is the most famous Finn in the world. Sibelius Finland Experience is an authentic experience through which everyone might be able to understand more about what Finland and being Finnish is. […]
Director, Trade Relations, Visit Finland Representative Russia, CIS