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Reasons to Love Finland 

There are many reasons to fall in love with Finland and the Finns (who are in fact the happiest people in the world). 

Spot the Northern Lights: Some of world’s best Northern Lights can be spotted in Finnish Lapland.

The Aurora Borealis – as they are also called – can appear more than 200 nights a year. That’s pretty much every winter night.

More forest and water than anywhere else in the world: You may have heard that Finland is the “Land of a Thousand Lakes”. Well, it is also a land of thousands of forests. Over 70 % of Finland is taken over by beautiful forest – more than any other European country and an area larger than UK or Italy!

The most creative food scene: Did you know Restaurant Day – a day when anyone can set up a restaurant of their choice, anywhere they want – is a Finnish invention?

And would you have imagined that Helsinki has one of the most vibrant food scenes in Europe?

The best place for skiing- In Finland the skiing season can last way over 6 months – from late October all the way until May.

During the darkest winter days the ski slopes are lit and in the spring the sun shines until late at night.

If you fancy going cross-country, there are hundreds and hundreds of kilometres worth of ski tracks in Finnish Lapland. For example, Ylläs’ 330km of tracks are more than any one place has to offer in Europe.


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Ideal Post- Pandemic Destination

Recognised for its stellar reputation as a destination committed to providing healthy and safe travel for residents and visitors, Finland has proven to be the ideal post-pandemic destination. Here space, privacy and the great outdoors come as standard. Finland is the perfect place to escape from everyday life and reconnect with nature.


Finland, the land of extremes

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Finland is a hidden gem tucked into the far up North. It is a treasure waiting to be discovered! Your clients  will find thousands of reasons to fall in love with Finland; the people, arctic adventures and secrets.  When the visitors think they have seen and experiences it all, then it is time to explore Finland! 

One of the most remarkable features of Finland is light. When the endless sunshine of summer gives way to dark winter, the Northern Lights appear like magic and lighten up the sky. Add Finland to your itineraries to create the best holidays for your clients!

The further north you go, the greater the chances of spotting the Aurora Borealis – in Finnish Lapland they can appear on 200 nights a year. In Helsinki and the south, the Aurorae can be seen on roughly 20 nights a winter, away from city lights.

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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.

The Northern Lights are visible on roughly 200 nights a year – or every other clear night – in Finnish Lapland. The more traditional ways to go Aurora spotting are snowshoeing, cross-country skiing or snowmobile and sled dog touring. 

If gazing at the dark sky in crispy winter air is not your thing, you can simply add comfort. Scroll down for places that have made it very easy to keep cosy and sleep well under the Aurorae.

In Finland, nights are dark enough for Northern Lights viewing from late August to April. Seeing them requires clear skies and just a bit of luck. Chances of catching them get better the further north you go.

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Land of the Midnight Sun

With stark differences between seasons, Finns are used to contrasts. Dark Arctic winters have their counterpart in one of the most iconic of Finnish natural phenomena, the Midnight Sun.

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.

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Sleep in a glass Igloo-  Finland is a land of stark contrasts. In the summer months, the sun does not set at all in the northernmost parts of the country – hence Finland’s nickname “The Land of the Midnight Sun”.

Visit a lighthouse Island: Finland’s coast has the largest archipelago in the world. And when there are islands, there are lighthouses. And what kind of lighthouses they are! Many are possible to visit during a day trip, some you can spend a night in.

Stroll around an old wooden town: In the olden days all of Finland’s houses were built of wood. Why, of course, over 70% of our land is covered by forest – that’s more than any other country in Europe.

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Finland´s location at the crossroads of east and west provides a perfect opportunity for travellers to experience the country en route to or from Europe. Whatever the season, Finland is a great
place to stopover.

StopOver Finland offers you the possibility to explore the country’s highlights in as little as five hours, or as long as five days.

Click below to download the guide and make sure to check out he Map of Finland and Handbook of Finland downloadable resources as well! 

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Make sure to book from our selected 25% off activities to complete your itineraries.

Helsinki and Suomenlinna Day Sightseeing Tour

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