Northern Light Finland

Finland Tours

The hometown of Santa Claus, a country full of intoxication and nostalgia.
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Finland is known as the northernmost Republic in the world. One quarter of its territory is located in the Arctic Circle.
It is a country of lakes as there are nearly 190,000 lakes, also a forest kingdom with a forest coverage rate of 68%. Santa Claus Village, the aurora borealis and a wealth of outdoor activities, all these add luster to Finland tours.
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Private and Group Finland Tours 2024/2025

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What to See in Finland?

Finland is known as one of the countries with the highest Better-Life index in the world, therefore it attracts large numbers of visitors every year. But what to see depends on the season you will visit, different seasons make all of the differences, which are the polar day and the polar night, each of them shows you the extreme beauty. The capital Helsinki with its surroundings, the breathtaking Lakeland, blissful Archipelago and fairytale Lapland with lively activities and the phenomenon of northern lights, these four main regions will never disappoint you in every aspect.

To make your travel smooth and relaxing, we list some ready-made Finland tour packages for you to choose from, and certainly, we can tailor make all of them to meet your individual interests.

Santa Claus Village
Glass Log

When is the Best Time to Visit Finland?

Most of Finland has a marine climate. Due to the influence of the North Atlantic warm current, the climate of Finland is much milder than other regions of the same latitude, such as Siberia and Greenland. The travel high season is from June to August with an average temperature of 18℃(64℉). During this period, the illumination time is very long, even in the southern coastal areas, the sky will never be completely dark in summer. In the northern Lapland area, the sun will stay high for nearly two months. That’s the reason why people choose this destination for a Finland vacation.

Winter is long and cold. The snowfall season in the North lasts more than 6 months from October to the mid May, so Finland attracts many winter sports fans. In northern Lapland, there will be polar nights in December and January, which is the perfect time to enjoy the magnificent aurora borealis.

Do I Need a Visa to Finland?

Yes. A Schengen visa is required to Finland.
Schengen countries are: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvian, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Maltese, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland.

Schengen Visa refers to a permit in the Schengen countries within 180 days and for a stay of no more than 90 days. A Schengen visa allows the applicant to travel in any Schengen country. If you are going to multiple Schengen countries, you can apply for the visa of which country you travel the longest. If your destinations have a balanced stay, then apply for a Schengen visa from the first country of entry.

Some countries enjoy visa free policy, please contact the local embassy for details. When you are planning your Finland tours, please apply for the visa at the earliest time within three months.

How to Get to and Travel Around Finland?

Finland has very convenient transportation. There are 24 airports in Finland, which is the most developed and dense domestic aviation network in Europe. Train is another important means of transportation, shuttling between the domestic cities and the European countries, sometimes it is more convenient than flight. Long distance and the airport shuttle bus are also available. If you take one of our Finland tour packages, we will suggest the best transfer options to you.

Do I need to Tip for a Finland vacation?

No. It is not necessary to tip in Finland. Wish you enjoy your time in this charming country.