The coastal waters off Helsinki are dotted with islands of all shapes and sizes. It is not without reason that Helsinki is often dubbed “the Daughter of the Baltic”.
THE BEST AND most traditional way to arrive in Finland’s capital is by sea.
Helsinki is a surprising city that enchants visitors with its diverse urban culture, the proximity of nature and its friendliness.
The laid-back rhythm of relaxed and compact Helsinki will take you away.
Helsinki is one of Europe’s fastest growing and developing cities.
You could start your adventure into the other side of Finland by visiting a sauna.
It is something you have perhaps heard about, as sauna is the only Finnish word to have entered the world vocabulary.
2017 is a big year for Finland as the country marks its 100 years of independence and this year is celebrated through an extensive and varied programme
FINLAND BECAME INDEPENDENT on 6 December 1917
Congratulations! You have chosen to visit Finland, the safest and most eco-friendly country in the world.
Finland is a nation that loves silence but has some quirky festivals and curious habits.