Finland Convention Bureau

Destinations

Espoo

Espoo is the second largest and fastest growing city in Finland, located in the heart of the metropolitan area.

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Helsinki

Helsinki is the most functional city in the world.

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Joensuu

Joensuu is the capital of Finland's easternmost province in North Karelia.

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Jyväskylä

Jyväskylä is a dynamic, youthful and lively city in Central Finland, and promotes itself as the Human Technology City.

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Kajaani

Kajaani is a town of creativity, expertise and easy living.

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Kemi

Kemi is located in Southern Lapland, in a region referred to as Sea Lapland. It is easily reachable by air, rail and road.

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Conference Hotel Murikanranta

Murikanranta is a unique conference hotel in the peaceful seclusion of nature. Which is why they provide everything you need for a successful hotel experience.

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Congress & Concert Centre Sibelius Hall

The impressive wooden congress and concert centre rose on the Lake Vesijärvi waterfront in spring 2000. The main source of inspiration in the design was …

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Crowne Plaza Helsinki - Hesperia

The Crowne Plaza Helsinki - Hesperia offers the discerning business and leisure traveller first-class facilities and personalised service. Great location virtually opposite the Finnish National …

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Dipoli

Former Congress Centre Dipoli will serve as Aalto University's main building from autumn 2017 onwards. As a building, it represents a new type of multi-purpose …

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Espoo Cultural Centre

A modern conference and cultural centre by a large reservoir in the heart of Tapiola Garden City. The Sokos Hotel Tapiola Garden is on the …

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Finlandia Hall

Finlandia Hall in Helsinki is the leading congress, event and entertainment venue in Finland. Centrally located, in park-like surroundings, Finlandia Hall is ideal for conferences …

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Finnish National Opera

The Finnish National Opera is an opera and ballet company operating at a high international standard on a nationwide basis. The Opera puts on performances …

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FiskarsForum

Conference centre in a 350-year-old iron works village. 90 km to west from Helsinki, 110 km to east from Turku.

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GLO Hotel Art

Represents architecturally Finnish art nouveau or jugend style, refurbished into a modern hotel. Meeting facilities for 2-200.

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Experience Finland

Recommended articles from VisitFinland.com

Into the Wild by Bike

Plenty of gradients and the terrain varies from bare rock and undulating sandy ground to ancient spruce forests with tree roots and gravel ridges – perfect for taking it to the max.

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Summertown Porvoo

Finland's second oldest town, full of history and famous for its lovely restaurants and cafes.

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Doze off under the Northern Lights

In Finland, nature’s most spectacular light show, the Aurora Borealis, can be viewed in a range of purpose-built spaces from glass igloos to luxury suites.

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Encounter with a Bear – how to go bear watching in Lakeland

With some 2,000 brown bears freely roaming the country, Finland offers the best bear watching safaris in Europe. In the central and eastern forests of Lakeland, several companies organize bear watching and photography trips between April and September.

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Suomenlinna - the Sea Fortress of Helsinki

Suomenlinna fortress island is one of Finland's most popular sights, only a short ferry crossing away from Helsinki.

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Experience the Finnish National Park

Finnish national parks are protected areas with unique natural features. Accessing them is encouraged, and they present a number of recreational possibilities.

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Espoo Helsinki Joensuu Jyväskylä Kajaani Kemi Conference Hotel Murikanranta Congress & Concert Centre Sibelius Hall Crowne Plaza Helsinki - Hesperia Dipoli Espoo Cultural Centre Finlandia Hall Finnish National Opera FiskarsForum GLO Hotel Art