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Cycling the Archipelago Trail

Shaped by the Ice Age, the Turku archipelago consists of over 20,000 islands and islets.

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5 Reasons to Come to Finland for a Sports Holiday

Cleanest air in the world, a cool climate and pure nature. Finland is a great destination to consider when it comes to a sports-themed holiday. Here's why.

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Everyman's Rights - the right to roam

In Finland, nature is not only wild, it’s free to enjoy. Finnish law states that anyone living in or visiting Finland has the right to roam vast uninhabited forests and mires, forage mushrooms and berries, and enjoy the recreational use of natural areas. But this freedom comes with responsibility. 

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Take a (slow) boat into the heart of Lakeland

Lakes have always been an important part of life in central Finland, and exploring from the water is still one of the best ways to experience the heart of the country.

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Camping in the Finnish Archipelago

The world's largest archipelago, labyrinthine Archipelago Sea off Southwestern Finland, might just be the world's most beautiful setting for a low-budget camping holiday.

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24 hours in Helsinki

24 hours in Helsinki is just enough to get into the mood of this easygoing capital that you might not want to leave.

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