Lakes, forests and blue skies – Natural beauty is what Finland is recognised for, but it is much more than that. Look out for some of its most famous residents; the Moomins and Santa Claus himself.

Helsinki is the melting pot of two worlds, with traces of Russian influence. And beholding sights such as Senate square, Suomenlinna maritime fortress and Temppeliaukio church (Church in the rock).

Finland is a beautiful lake district spaced out over a vast portion of the southern region; explore this picturesque area on the journey north to Lapland and the endless night of the Midnight sun. And let’s not forget, it is also the home of Santa Claus, where you can visit his village.

Scattered around the Finnish countryside are numerous historic castles, take a boat trip on the lake Kallavesi, and admire famous Finnish designers like Alvar Aalto, Iittala Glass, Marimekko and many more.

Rovaniemi lies in the North where you can cross the Arctic Circle, and visit Santa and his village with working post office. Other interesting areas to visit are Saariselka, Tankavaara, Sirkka and Inari.

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Photo Jiang Ping/Finnish Tourist Board
Photo Finnish Tourist Board
Photo: Helsinki Cathedral/Finnish Tourst Board