A destination that nourishes all senses, from the tastiness of the local cuisine to the smell of their typical saunas, the soft and gelid feel of the fresh snow to the sound of their wild nature. Finland has widely developed their tourism industry with an amazing infrastructure, and many new experiences that invite their visitors to enjoy Finland all year round.
From its capital city Helsinki, the whole country is very well connected by plane, train, and ferry. The Southern region, also called the Land of the 1000 Lakes, is an outstanding summer destination for those who seek a peaceful and full-flavored journey. Tampere, Kuopio, Savonlinna, Lake Saimaa, and the lakeside town of Lappeenranta are just some of the highlights of the region.
Landscape and weather conditions change above Parallel 66, giving way to the Arctic region and its magical winter scenarios. With the typical snow-covered slopes, called 'tunturi', the magic of the northern lights dancing above the sky, and reindeer and husky sledges sliding around, the Finnish Lapland is a living fairy-tale. Rovaniemi and the Santa Claus village, Kemi, with the famous Ice-breaker experience, and Ylläs, Levi and Saariselkä, where you can sleep in a glass igloo or an ice hotel, are the best experiences that the North of Finland has to offer.