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Finland Destinations Travel Guide




Language: Finnish, Swedish

Currency: Euro (EUR)

Calling Code: 358




Travel Destinations in Finland



Helsinki is the largest city Finland and also the capital of the country. It was found in Uusimaa province 1550 by a Swedish king Gustav I of Sweden





Häme Castle

Medieval Häme Castle was constructed shortly after Second Swedish Crusade that was intended to bring Christianity to the region.

Kajaani Castle

Kajaani Castle is a medieval stronghold constructed on a Ämmäkoski island of the Kajaani river.

Koli National Park

Koli National Park protects beatiful hills on the western shore of lake Pielinen in Finland.


Lemmenjoki National Park

Lemmenjoki National Park is a large protected area in the Lapland tundra and taiga.


Mannerheim Line

Mannerheim Line was a massive Finish defenses on the border with USSR that was tested during the Winter War.


Nuuksio National Park

Nuuksio National Park protected are in the south Finish regions of Espoo, Kirkkonummi and Vihti.


Olavinlinna Castle

Olavinlinna Castle besides holding an honorable title of the northernmost stone fortress still standing it is has impressive and unusual appearance.


Oulanka National Park

Oulanka National Park is a natural reserve in the Finnish regions of Lapland and Northern Ostrobothnia.


Pallas-Yllästunturi National Park

Pallas-Yllästunturi National Park is a natural reserve in Lapland region of Finland.


Patvinsuo National Park

Patvinsuo National Park is a natural preserve in picturesque North Karelia region of Finland.


Raseborg Castle

Well preserved walls and towers of medieval Raseborg Castle kept their original condition despite years of neglect.

Urho Kekkonen National Park

Urho Kekkonen is one of Finland's largest protected areas and situated in Lapland region.










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