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Welcome travel trade professional!

Visit Finland is an integral part of Finpro, a registered association almost 100 per cent funded by the Finnish Government. Trade site is brought to you by Visit Finland with the aim of helping you in planning travel to and in Finland for your customers.

It includes sections on latest news, market research, Finland in a nutshell, Travel highlights,  a huge possibilities of activities both in summer and winter as well as accommodation facilities from camping to snow accommodation. Should you wish to use any of our text or picture content on your website, you may do so providing that you keep the information updated at all times.

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Nights spent by foreign visitors in Finland increased by 11.6 % in August 2017

October 19, 2017
Nights spent by foreign tourists at Finnish accommodation establishments continued growing, by 11.6 per cent from last year and nearly 758,000 nights were recorded for them in August 2017. These figures are preliminary data from Statistics Finland’s statistics on accommodation establishments and they have been collected from accommodation establishments with at least 20 beds or caravan pitches with electricity connection. Change in overnight stays in August 2017/2016, % Overnight stays by visitors from the United States, Great Britain, the Netherlands and Germany increased strongly in August Good 40,000 overnight stays were recorded for visitors from …



September 15, 2017
How do the Russians typically spend their summers? Summer holidays at own summer cottage (dacha) or in the country are widespread among the Russians. The own plot of land has become not only fashionable but also pleasant entertainment: many people want to escape from stuffy crowded cities to hole up in the country, enjoy fire in the evening, BBQ and outdoor dining, etc. Fruit-growing and vegetable gardening are one of the most favourite hobbies. The Russians also adore all types of activities connected with nature (fishing, picking of mushrooms and berries). During the crisis, those who have dacha become more …

Visit Finland Contacts

Ms Heli Mende
Director, Head of Global Sales Promotion
Mr Jyrki Oksanen
Visit Finland Representative Austria, Benelux, Germany, Switzerland
Ms Caroline Stanton
Visit Finland Representative UK and Ireland
Ms Sanna Tuononen
Visit Finland Representative France and Italy
Mr David Wu
Director Visit Finland China: Shanghai
Ms Danye Liu
Visit Finland Representative China: Beijing & Chongqing
Ms Aster Lai
Visit Finland Representative China: Hong Kong & Southern China
Mr Shigeyoshi Noto
Visit Finland Representative Japan
Ms Helena Niskanen
Visit Finland Representative USA
Mr Sergei Shkurov
Marketing Specialist, Russia & CIS Countries