Things to do in


Season of snow and Northern Lights

When most people think of Finland, they think of winter and snow. Winter in Finland starts in November in Lapland and a bit later in the south. Our Nordic latitudes typically guarantee a snow-filled season, especially in the central and northern parts of the country. In addition to snow, other staples of Finnish winter are the Northern Lights, Christmas markets, Santa, skiing, and those dark, magical nights filled with starry skies. Finland is truly a winter wonderland.

Experience winter in Finland

What's not to love about Finnish winter? Auroras, winter activities, ski resorts, Christmas markets, sauna, ice-skating – it's all here and more.

Things to do in regions

Here are some suggestions of things to do in Lapland, Lakeland, Coast and Archipelago, and Helsinki region in the winter.

Winter activities in Lapland

Practical tips for winter holiday in Finland

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Experience all seasons


Finland is not called the Land of the Midnight Sun...