Finland is famous for its many lakes, forests, rivers, Lapland landscapes, purity of nature, as well as eventful cultural life in cities, so it attracts more and more tourists every year.
Helsinki, the capital of Finland and the largest city, receives many guests all year round. It is known as a clean, modern and safe city with many attractions and activities throughout the year.
Other big cities which would be also interesting to visit – Tampere, Jyväskylä, Mikkeli, Lahti, Joensuu, Lappeenranta, Kuopio and Savonlinna.
In winter, Finland offers opportunities for cross-country skiing and downhill skiing. Ski centers are located in almost every region of the country.
Every year In winter, a large snow castle with an ice hotel is built in the northern city of Kem. The Lapland city of Rovaniemi is the place to see the Northern Lights as well as meet the real Santa Claus. Other popular entertaments which attracts tourists in Lapland are dog or reindeer sleigh right, snowmobiles safaries.
Moomin World in Naantali is a theme park based on children’s books written by Tove Jansson.
Finnish museums can also appeal to sophisticated travelers of all ages.
Finnish cuisine includes fresh ingredients such as meat and fish, wild berries and mushrooms. Traditional alcoholic drinks: vodka Koskenkorva, salty licorice and cloudberry liqueur.
Finland has a very well developed railway system. You can get to Russia from Helsinki by the Allegro train to St. Petersburg and the Lev Tolstoy train to Moscow.
From Helsinki you can get by ferries Silja, Tallink and Viking Line to the Aland Islands, Stockholm (Sweden), Rostock and Travemunde (Germanicia) and Tallinn (Estonia).
There are about 25 airports in Finland with regular passenger traffic. Helsinki-Vantaa Airport is Finland’s global gateway with regular nonstop flights to places such as Bangkok, Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Miami, Nagoya, New Delhi, New York, Osaka, Seoul, Shanghai and Tokyo.
We will be happy to help you organize trips of any complexity to this wonderful country!