Finland GuideFinland is in Northern Europe and has borders with Russia to the east, Norway to the north, and Sweden to the west. The country is a thoroughly modern welfare state with well-planned and comfortable small towns and cities, but still offers vast areas of unspoiled nature. HotelsFind hotels in Helsinki, Tampere, Turku, Vaasa, Rauma and more.
Popular in FinlandHelsinkiHelsinki or Helsingfors is the capital of Finland. Founded in 1550, the "Daughter of the Baltic" has been the Finnish capital since 1812, when it was rebuilt by the tsars of Russia along the lines of a miniature St. TampereTampere is the third largest city in Finland with around 215,000 inhabitants. Being located 170 km north of the Finnish coastal capital Helsinki, it is also the biggest inland town in the whole Nordic region. TurkuTurku is a city on the Southwest coast of Finland at the mouth of Aura River in the region of Finland Proper.
In FinlandWestern FinlandWestern Finland is a region of Finland. In 2010, it was administratively split into Western and Inner Finland, for Tampere, Jyväskylä, Central Finland, and the coast near Vaasa, and Southwestern Finland, for the area near Turku. Southern FinlandSouthern Finland is a province of Finland. Relatively small in area, the province is dominated by the urban sprawl around Helsinki and is the most populous in Finland. Finnish LaplandFinnish Lapland is the Arctic far north of Finland, strictly defined as the province of the same name, but in practice starting near the Arctic Circle. Eastern FinlandEastern Finland is a province of Finland. Eastern Finland is divided into three provinces. OuluOulu is a province in Finland, covering much of the historical lands of Ostrobothnia and Kajanaland. ÅlandÅland is an autonomous area in the Baltic Sea, consisting of one main island and a surrounding archipelago. KajaaniKajaani is a town and municipality in Finland. It is located in the province of Oulu and is the capital of the Kainuu region.
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