What’s going on in Finland?

Summer is here!

The time of the midnight sun is about to end in Lapland.

Summer in Finland is not as cold as you might think. But it’s not too hot either: in Finland summer starts when temperature is consistently above 10°C. In Southern Finland summer often starts in May and in Lapland a month later. The warmest month in Finland is usually July.

In northernmost parts of Finland the time of the midnight sun lasts for over 70 days: during this time the Sun does not set at all. In Southern Finland summer days are long, but the Sun does set for a few hours each night.



Did you know that you can visit Santa’s childood home in Kittilä, Lapland? Or that you can find amazingly beautiful wild forests in Helsinki, the Finnish capital? These places you absolutely must see when visiting Finland!



and we want you to experience them all

In Finland there are 4 beautiful seasons, each of them having their own distinctive characters. Summer is the time of the midnight sun, when nights are very bright or even sunny. In winter however, daytime is very short and in Lapland the sun does not rise at all for weeks.



that you’ll never forget

In Finland it’s all about the nature – nature is everywhere and we are crazy about it! Wanna see some wild brown bears or amazing northern lights? No problem! Care for a swim in an icy lake? Sure, why not! We also recommend that in summer you travel to North to witness the sun shining bright all night round.



you never thought of

Check out our newest national park Hossa – according to Lonely Planet it is one of the best travel destinations in the world! In Helsinki you’ll find both urban and natural places that will take your breath away. We know you’ll fall in love with our exotic arcipelago, big forests and legendary Lapland.