Eastern Finland GuideEastern Finland is a province of Finland. Eastern Finland is divided into three provinces. Eastern Finland is a land of lakes: seen from above, the region consists of an endless patchwork of lakes and low rolling hills, originally gouged out by sheets of ice during the Ice Age. HotelsFind hotels in Leppavirta, Varkaus and more, including Sokos Hotel Vesileppis, Mansikkaharju Holiday Camp, Holiday Club Vesileppis, Spa Hotel Kuntoranta, Liukonpellon Luomutila Guest House Leppavirta, Scandic Oscar Varkaus and Hotel Joutsenkulma. Places and AttractionsExplore popular places and attractions around Eastern Finland including Orinoron rotko, European Graphic Services Oy, Tmi Ympäristöpalvelu S. Kauhanen, Puutarha Nyyssönen, Soisalon Monipalvelu a & P Avoin Yhtiö, Kolari Kati Annukka and Laitinen Ilkka Olavi Ym.
Popular in Eastern FinlandJoensuuJoensuu, the second largest city in Eastern Finland and the capital of North Karelia is located at the outfall of the river Pielisjoki in the Saimaa lake system. KuopioKuopio is in Eastern Finland. Kuopio is one of the many Finnish towns founded under Swedish rule.
In Eastern FinlandSavonlinnaSavonlinna is a small city in South Savonia province, Eastern Finland, close to the Russian border. MikkeliMikkeli is a cozy town in South Savonia province, Eastern Finland with a population of 49,000. North SavoniaNorth Savonia is a province in Finland. In general cities in North Savonia are small - population of region's largest city, Kuopio, is around 92 000 inhabitants and the second largest city Varkaus has only 23 000 inhabitants. North KareliaNorth Karelia is in Finland. The Koli National Park lies in the municipalities of Eno, Lieksa and Kontiolahti in North Karelia, on the western shore of Lake Pielinen and covers 3000 hectares. South SavoniaSouth Savonia is a province of Eastern Finland. The only airport in the region is at Savonlinna, which has service to Helsinki. RautalampiRautalampi is the west-most village in Eastern Finland. It is located in the district of Northern Savo and has about 4000 inhabitants. KontiolahtiKontiolahti is a municipality that was founded in 1873 and is situated in the heart of North Karelia in Eastern Finland. KerimäkiKerimäki is a small village in Eastern Finland. The village is a short bus ride away from Savonlinna. SonkajärviSonkajärvi is a municipality in the North Savonia region of Eastern Finland. Iisalmi is the nearest town of any size, while Kuopio has the closest airport.
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