From winter paradise in Lapland to resplendent architecture in Helsinki
Rustic Beauty and Untamed Wilderness

The Finnish landscape is a labyrinth of lakes, inlets, and pristine national parks, including the gorgeous high fells of Lapland. Enchanting in its own right, Finland is the icy backbone of Scandinavia. From cozy seaside villages to cutting-edge cities to its medieval heart, Finland is a treasure to behold. The capital city of Helsinki is full of resplendent gold-gilded and whitewashed architecture, reflecting its Tsarist rebuilding from two centuries ago.

Inland is where you’ll find Finland’s rustic beauty and untamed wilderness. If you like to island hop, then look no further than Seurasaari, home to the Open-Air Museum where you can experience life in rural Finland between the 18th-20th centuries. Journey north and experience the vast expanse of Lapland, a region famous for its natural beauty. Home to Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort, you’ll find world-famous glass igloos here where you can sleep under the Arctic sky amidst a winter wonderland and experience the magical Northern Lights! Wake up to adventure and enjoy dog sledding, snowmobiling, ice fishing, and skiing.

Capital: Helsinki
Fun Fact: The UNESCO World Heritage-listed old town of Rauma features more than 600 wooden houses, making it the largest and one of the best-preserved Nordic wooden coastal towns.
Famous Landmarks: Suomenlinna Fortress, Santa Claus Village, The Åland Islands, Lapland, Archipelago National Park, Seurasaari Open-Air Museum, Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort
Official Languages: Finnish and Swedish