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Located at Europe’s northern peak, Finland can be divided into four main regions, Southern Finland home to the capital Helsinki, the historic West Coast, the Lakeland’s and Finnish Lapland; an incredible wilderness.

It has a fine blend of rural and urban tourist sites with rich cultural and historical background along with a modern lifestyle.

Finland is home to some truly enormous areas of untouched countryside and beautiful natural parks, along with almost 200,000 lakes and many small islands, there are many natural wonders to see but the towns and cities in the south of the country also have a lot to offer

The weather in finland is quite diverse and can make a big difference in which month you choose to travel there. The Finnish weather is the warmest in July and the coldest in February.This country's location partly influences the weather. Being located in the Eurasian continent's coastal zone, Finland is both in a maritime and a continental climate.

 

Finland tourist attractions include national parks, monuments, cities, festivals, lakes, outdoor activities, museums, and amusement parks.

 

Attractions:

 

The Fortress of Suomenlinna

 

Suomenlinna Island, which translates as ‘Castle of Finland’, is a former military sea fortress on a picturesque cluster of islands located at the entrance of Helsinki's harbour. A popular tourist attraction for its spectacular views, A UNESCO World Heritage site, Suomenlinna could be the perfect spot for a relaxing study break – or a seriously scenic backdrop to make your revision seem that little bit more bearable.

 

Finnish Lapland

 

much further north and into the arctic circle you can experience the midnight-sun, Santa's post office or you can even experience dog or reindeer sledding safaris (expensive and only in winter).

 

Old Rauma

 

Old Rauma which is a big Harbour along with a lively and colorful market is a very popular place to see in Finland. The area consists of over 220 shops. Places to see in Rauma include - The Church of holy cross, Lonnstrom Art Museum, Rauma Museum, Marela Museum and Kirsti which is a old Rauma house.

 

Helsinki

 

Helsinki is a major part in Finland tourism and the visitors love this city with a cosmopolitan and urban ambience. Holidays in Finland cannot be complete without a visit to the city and its National Opera.

 

St. Olafs Castle, Savonlinna

 

St. Olaf’s Castle is a famous castle built in the 15th century. It is situated in Savonlinna, a municipality and town in Finland. The castle has a history of 500 years and features three beautiful towers. St. Olaf’s Castle is one of the most favorite tourist destinations in the nation.

 

Petajavesi Old Church

 

Petäjävesi Old Church, in Central Finland, was built of logs between 1763 and 1765. This Lutheran country church is a typical example of an architectural tradition that is unique to eastern Scandinavia. Petäjävesi Old Church is a remarkable monument of wood architecture. It represents a long nordic tradition of constructing of timbers

 

Seurasaari Island

 

Seurasaari is one of the most popular open air sites. It’s especially favored by people wishing to get away from it all. A long wooden bridge leads onto the island, where you will find an extensive”open air museum”: a collection of vernacular styles of Finnish wooden architecture.

 

The Market Square, Helsinki

 

The bustling Market Square in Helsinki is not only where traders set up shop selling food and various other goods, but it is also the central meeting point of the city, sandwiched between the sea and a row of impressive historic buildings which include the City Hall, the Swedish Embassy and the Presidential Palace.

 

Helsinki Cathedral

 

The major Cathedral that seems to sit on the roof of Helsinki. A classical building, with light green cupolas, the main cupolas and four smaller ones that are adorned with golden stars on the roof, white columns, four equal sides, statues on the roof, golden crosses on the cupolas, the Cathedral is easily among the most imposing sights in Helsinki.

 

Koli National Park

 

Koli is one of Finland’s best known national landscapes. Though the area is small it is a treasure chest when it comes to natural features: rare geological features, a versatile array of animal species and an abundance of plant species.

 

Temppeliaukio Church, Helsinki

 

Temppeliaukio Church aka ‘the Rock Church’ is an incredible building in Helsinki, Finland. It was designed by brothers Timo and Tuomo Suomalainen and was consecrated in 1969. The Lutheran Church is one of Helsinki’s most popular tourist attractions with over 500,000 annual visitors.

 

Turku

 

This is the oldest town in Finland. It existed even during the medieval times. It was once the capital of Finland.

 

 

 

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