Christmas takes on new meaning when it’s spent behind a reindeer-drawn sleigh in Finnish Lapland.
Finland is a country in Northern Europe. Finland has a population of around 5.5 million and is a Scandinavian country with a long history. Helsinki is the capital and largest city. The official languages are Finnish and Swedish. There is a small Sámi language-speaking population.
Finland has been ranked highly in press freedom and stability. It has also been ranked highly in happiness.
The Northern Lights have been fueling imaginations for millennia. Here are the best places in the world to see the incredible Northern Lights.
Lake Saimaa is the largest lake in Finland — and it’s a huge draw for travelers. With 14,000 islands, Lake Saimaa is a huge natural playground.
Veer off the beaten cruise path to discover the often-missed treasures of the Baltic Sea — including St. Petersburg, Russia.
During summer in Finland, the sun never really sets. This means there are more hours in the day to play!
Quiet streets prove deceptive in this city where sunset unleashes a bustle of dancing, drinking and nightlife.