Whether you have 5 hours or 5 days in Finland, we got you covered.
Helsinki, the capital of Finland, is a vibrant seaside city of beautiful islands and great green parks. The city’s rhythm is laid back yet at the same time refreshingly active in terms of both the number and quality of restaurants and nightclubs.'
Archipelago - Finland’s coast boasts the world’s largest archipelago. Old wooden towns, lighthouses, historical manors and The laid-back islander lifestyle – this all sums up coastal Finland in a nutshell.
Lakeland - A blue labyrinth of lakes, islands, rivers and canals, interspersed with forests and ridges, stretching for hundreds of kilometres in beautiful expanse. Taking a trip to Lakeland is like taking a trip into the heart of Finnish identity.
Finnish Lapland is as close as reality gets to those who dream of a winter wonderland. Northern Lights appear here on more than 200 nights a year.
Contrasts are a key factor in the allure of Lapland where 24-hour sunlight in the summer replaces the dark blue winter days.
Many wonder how Finns survive with no sunlight in the winter, and nature replies with 24 hours of it in the summer. The intense contrast in light conditions has a profound effect on all walks of life in Finland.
For understandable reasons, public spaces come to life in the summer. After the harsh winter, endless daylight never arrives a day too early. Summer in Finland is a time spent outside the house enjoying the short but sweet season, and all worries are postponed until nights get dark again.