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Best Things To Do In Finland

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Finland is just a small country but definitely a beautiful one. It is full of interesting contrasts such as the Midnight Sun and winter darkness, the diversity between the urban and rural areas, and the picturesque alpines. So if you need a little convincing, here are some reasons why you need to visit this country.

  1. Finland has a total of 39 national parks that you can visit.  Here you can enjoy camping near the lake or simply have a thrilling adventure through its green forest. Your experience will be a mix of fun, adventure, and definitely away from the hustle-bustle of the city.
  2.   You can visit Helsinski, the beautiful city of Finland. Here you can tour around the neighborhood, immerse in their rich culture, and take pictures of awe-inspiring architecture.
  3.   Enjoy the Northern lights and witness how romantic and magical they are. Also known as Aurora Borealis, the Northern Lights are visible 200 nights a year or whenever the night is clear. This means that you can see it throughout the duration of your stay.
  4.   Come to Finland on Christmas and you will see the real Santa Claus. A lot of countries celebrate Christmas around the world and we often see Santa Claus in every city we visit. But what you probably don’t know is that the real Santa Claus actually comes from Finland. Every year the city of Rovaniemi in Finland opens for one day, allowing kids and parents to visit Santa’s Office and enjoy a private chat with him.
  5.   Book a tour that offers stop over to Finland’s most wonderful sceneries. Some stops over options provide passengers the luxury of time to explore Finland from 5 hours to 5 days. This is the safest and cheapest way to discover Finland independently.
  6.   Enjoy a lot of fun activities during the winter. You can head to Lapland, which is vigorously covered with snow during winter. Here you can ski, snow board, or build a snowman for real. So long as you wear your thick jacket you will be totally enjoying your day.
  7. Sauna is a big part of the Finnish culture, which is why you can see a lot of establishments offering luxurious saunas. When you get to Finland, don’t forget to go drop by Loyly Design Sauna, a new sauna hot spot which is just a short distance from the city centre on the southern of Helsinski Peninsula.

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