Finland is a country that ticks all boxes. Picture perfect lakes made for relaxation and Lapland, where childhood dreams come true.

It’s the feeling of freedom.


The thrill of adventure.


The promise of something new.


Finland –

An adventurer’s paradise

As the cold sets in, the country is blanketed in snow, transforming the landscape into a Winter Wonderland.

Meet Santa Claus himself on a visit to Finnish Lapland. Whizz through snow-capped forests on a reindeer or husky sled and go in search of the Northern Lights.

Depending on when you visit, the Finland you encounter will be very different.

In summer, towering forests, picture-perfect lakes and waterside cottages, offer plenty of opportunities for hiking, canoeing and idyllic contemplation.

In a nutshell, this is a destination for all seasons.

The capital, Helsinki, has a vibe as cool and stylish as its architecture. As a hub for creativity and design, the Design District is filled with workshops and galleries like the Design Museum. And it has countless restaurants and bars.

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Practical information

This information can be useful when traveling to this beautiful country


Finland’s weather can vary greatly during one day. July is usually the warmest month with an average temperature of around 18° C in Helsinki. February is the coldest month with an average of around -5° C.

Public Transport

Helsinki offers convenient public transportation, and short distances make it easy to get around by walking or biking. The Helsinki public transport network is operating 24 hours a day.


Local Wi-Fi networks are widespread in Finland. Many restaurants, cafes, hotels and shopping centers have free Wi-Fi available.


The Finnish currency is Euro, but one and two cent coins are not used.


Helsinki offers a vast array of unique souvenirs from folksy handicrafts to functional Finnish design and a variety of shopping environments. The Design District is a cluster of shops offering a variety of shopping, dining and design-related experiences.

VAT Refunds

Citizens and residents of a country outside the EU can claim a Value Added Tax (VAT) refund when shopping in stores with “tax free shopping” signs. A minimum purchase per shop is required. When approaching the refund point, please make sure that you have the following with you: Your goods, your Global Blue tax-free form and your passport/ID.


Did you Know?

This information can be useful when traveling to Finland

See Itineraries
  • Finnish people use frozen lakes as roads during winter time
  • The official currency is Euro, but one and two cent coins are not used in Finland
  • There are around 2.2 million saunas in Finland – that gives one to every 2,5 people
  • Turku, the former capital of Finland, was founded in the 13th century
  • Finland has the highest per capita coffee consumption in the world
  • Travelers can reach Tallinn within two hours by boat, St. Petersburg within half a day by train and Stockholm by overnight cruise
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