Finland Tourist Information

Along your journey you can explore the culturally and historically rich King’s Road. This scenic southern region of Finland stretches west of Helsinki to the 770-year-old former capital of Turku and east to the spectacular Lakeland region.

You’ll fall in love with the vibrant capital of Helsinki, whose stunning architecture, picturesque harbor, cosmopolitan cafes, and world-class museums earned it a coveted place on the European Union’s list of European Cities of Culture 2000.

With hundreds of internationally acclaimed festivals each year, Finland is one of Europe’s liveliest centers for the performing arts. You’ll also discover a countryside rich in natural wonders, including 29 national parks, 170,000 archipelago islands, 187,888 lakes, and exotic Lapland in the north. And, with daily flights from North America, Finland is as convenient to reach as it is multifaceted.

So, tervetuloa-welcome-to friendly Finland!