Travel Finland

Discover the best that Finland has to offer with the great Attractions in Finland, the vast Outdoor Activities to enjoy when visiting the country, Festivals of all sorts not to be missed and if you are driving then keep safe and learn the driving laws and regulations to be adhered to and emergency contact numbers if there is any accident or illness. Read up on the City information and also discover the wonderful Finnish cuisine, with recipes to try yourself on your return to keep your holiday memories fresh. Whether you are planning a trip or just browsing the country details for information, you are sure to find plenty to give you food for thought on these pages.


Read a comprehensive guide to the History of Finland Here

Find out the dates and all about the Public Holidays in Finland Here

Find all the Emergency Numbers you will need while visiting Finland here

Interesting Fact About Finland

“Santa Claus officially resides in a house built right on top of the Arctic circle, near the town of Rovaniemi, in the northern province of Lappland. The Santa Claus Post Office  receives some 700,000 letters every year from children from 198 countries. “

Experiences in Finland

Discover all the seasonal events which are celebrated by people of different cultures. All seasonal Events here

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Map Of Finland

Finland Quiz for Children

Answer the 10 questions on Finland and receive a certificate. If you can answer all the questions on the different countries you will become a Mini World Tour Expert. Compete with your friends and see how many certificates you can gain. All the answers can be found on the website in the related country pages. Good luck 🙂

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Childrens Finland Quiz

Why not take the quiz on Finland? Answer the 10 questions and if you get them all correct, you will receive a certifcate to confirm yourself as a Mini Finland Tour Expert. Complete them on all the countries and enter to be a “Mini World Tour Expert”

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Attractions in Finland

In the summer Finnish Lapland bathes in 24-hour sunlight for nearly three months. It is an incredible contrast to the darkest winter months when there is no sun at all. The thrill of witnessing the Aurora Borealis is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for many. Finland is one of the best places on Earth to spot the Northern Lights. Rovaniemi is the capital of Finnish Lapland and the hometown of Santa Claus.

Dicover all that Finland has to offer here. If you would like to suggest places you have visited, please feel free to do so. View our best sights in Finland here

Cities in Finland

Cities in Finland

Browse through Cities in Finland. Find where to visit whilst in the cities of Finland. Discover information on places to eat and nightlife you can spend your evenings dancing the night away. Find the best places to shop and where to relax after. You can also share your pictures from your visits and leave advice for other people visiting cities throughout Finland.

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Places to Stay

Search through our listings of places to stay in Finland.  If you are not interested in hotels or apartments then we also provide information on campsites and motorhome stops in Finland. Search our list of dedicated motorhome stops and find address` and contact details if available.

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Traditional Food of Finland

Traditional Food

The harsh climate in Finland has shaped the cuisine of Finland as in former times fresh produce was not available throughout the long winters. Turnips, and later on potatoes became the staple vegetables.Very few herbs were available to spice up dishes as these were only available in summer time. Fish and meat were often preserved by marinating or drying.

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Traditional Recipes

The long harsh winters meant that many foods had to be preserved to last and these flavours are shown in the recipes of Finland which have produced tasty, wholesome foods. There are many recipes which make use of rich meats and a great variety of fish along with preserves using the forest berries.

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