Western Finland GuideWestern 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. HotelsFind hotels in Ruovesi, including Haapasaaren Lomakyla and Vehkaniemen Lomatila. AttractionsDiscover attractions around Western Finland including Ruoveden kirkko, Runebergin lähde, Prosilva Oyj, Ruoveden Sorajaloste Oy, Popo Oy, Rengaspalvelut Lamminen Oy and Alko Oy.
Popular in Western FinlandTampereTampere 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. VaasaVaasa is in Ostrobothnia, Western Finland. Vaasa was an important place of governance when Finland was part of Sweden.
In Western FinlandPirkanmaaPirkanmaa is a province in Western Finland. Lempäälä - 20km from Tampere lies Finland's biggest shopping centre, Ideapark. Finland ProperFinland Proper is a region with population 460 000 in Western Finland. The southern coast and archipelago is mainly Swedish speaking, while the inland, the western coast and the northern parts of the archipelago are Finnish. Southern OstrobothniaSouthern Ostrobothnia is a region of Western Finland. The region is made up of 18 municipalities. OstrobothniaOstrobothnia is in Finland, Western Finland. Ostrobothnia is a region centered around Vaasa on the west coast of Finland consisting of 17 municipalities. SatakuntaSatakunta is a region of Western Finland. Central FinlandCentral Finland is a region of Western Finland. NokiaNokia is a small city on the banks of the Nokianvirta River in Western Finland, some 15 kilometers to the west of Tampere. KangasalaKangasala is a town in Western Finland. Enshrined in Zacharias Topelius' 1853 poem Kesäpäivä Kangasalla, the ridges and lakes of Kangasala are known throughout Finland. UusikaupunkiUusikaupunki is a city in Western Finland. The nearest major city is Turku, which has hourly buses to Uusikaupunki.