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How to Get to Rovaniemi, Finland

Although the capital of Lapland is located almost on the very Arctic Circle, getting there is not so difficult, long-distance and international transport is well developed – there is an airport, a railway station and a bus station. Finnair, Aeroflot, Air France and KL-M fly from Moscow, all routes with a change in Helsinki. The… Read More »

Resorts and Attractions in Finland

First of all, Finland is famous for its rivers and lakes – the Mecca of European water tourism, ski resorts: Himos, Vuokatti, Ruka, Tahko, Ylläs, Levi, Saariselga. In the summer, magnificent nature, labyrinths of lakes, a charming coastline, hiking or cycling trips will not leave anyone indifferent. Helsinki – Empire style buildings on the Senate… Read More »

Economy of Finland

According to cheeroutdoor, Finland entered the 21st century, occupying positions at the beginning of the second ten of the most developed and prosperous countries in the world (GDP – 140 billion euros, 25 thousand euros per capita). GDP growth in 2002 was 1.6% (on average since the end of the 1990s, 1.7%). Skillful use of… Read More »

5 Heights to See in Finland

Although neighboring Finland is very close and has a very interconnected history with Sweden , many have not been there. Finland is therefore a good destination, you do not have to travel far to be able to enjoy good food and an exciting history. If you are planning to visit Finland and do not really… Read More »

Republic of Finland

Finland, rich in lakes and forests, is part of Northern Europe. The many lakes, especially in the area of ​​the Finnish Lake District in the south of the country, are a relic of the ice ages. The capital Helsinki is by far the largest and most important city in Finland. Alongside Finnish, Swedish is the… Read More »

Finland Old History

Nothing is known of the populations that inhabited Finland in antiquity. The first sure news dates back to the 10th century after Christ. At that time there were three major tribes in the country: the Luaini, the Kirioli and the Iemi. While full agreement reigned between those tribes, it came to the mid-twelfth century without… Read More »