Finland’s untouched and pristine nature is at the core of Finnish life and its sanctity is paramount for all Finns – and visitors alike, we hope. Living sustainably and in harmony with the environment is deep-rooted here and is an essential element of responsible travel.
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The Säynätsalo Town Hall is one of architect Alvar Aalto’s most significant works. It enjoys a unique position in the history of modern architecture. In this famous building, you can enjoy a guided tour but also stay overnight in one of the original apartments or guestrooms.
Holiday Village Himmerki is located on the shores of Lake Kitka in Posio, Finnish Lapland. This lake is famous for its abundant fish and unbelievably clear water. There are plenty of choices for accommodation, from cottage suites to Lappish hut-shaped cabins, with 100 beds altogether.
Eckerö Line is a shipping company whose vessels m/s Finlandia and m/s Finbo Cargo operate on the Finnish Gulf from Helsinki to Tallinn, sailing under Finnish flag. We are a diversified service company with a wide range of package tours for groups and individuals, conference, restaurant and retail services onboard, and freight transport.
Kujala Reindeer Farm is an authentic reindeer farm dating back to 1860. The farm offers experiences from everyday farm life with hundreds of reindeer, traditional reindeer herding, reindeer adventures all year round and high-quality reindeer products, art and handicrafts.
Suomenlinna is a sea fortress located in the coast of Helsinki. The fortress is a Unesco World Heritage Site and a suburb of Helsinki with around 800 residents. With its museums, events and restaurants Suomenlinna offers a unique experience for visitors. The fortress is easily accessed all year.
Tampere Hall is a big and bright culture and conference centre. We are situated in the heart of Tampere, the third largest city in Finland. Our Main Auditorium accommodates up to 2.000 people. Tampere Hall turns all events from meetings to concerts into unforgettable experiences. We have been voted as the best conference centre in Finland seven times in a row. As being one of the largest conference and concert centres in the Nordic countries, we have 675.00 visitors per year, organise approximately 1.100 events and inject EUR 50 million into the local economy. We also provide a home for Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra and the world’s only Moomin Museum. Finland’s first Courtyard by Marriott brand hotel is directly connected to Tampere Hall.
Scandic Julia is a modern hotel in the centre of Turku, near shopping streets and the River Aura. Vähätori, the new culinary centre of Turku with its restaurants and interior design stores, is just a short walk away. From our hotel it's easy to explore all of the city’s major sights, such as Turku Castle and the museums. The Old Suurtori grand marketplace is also close, it’s actually visible just across the river. The city offers plenty of entertainment on both sides of River Aura.
Bomba is a unique resort on the shore of Lake Pielinen. Break Sokos Hotel Bomba has been renovated in most parts 2016-2017 and totally renewed Spa Bomba must be experienced by yourself. The Bomba House in Karelian Village is an attraction in itself, and they are part of Break Sokos Hotel Bomba as we