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Finland: First Love of countryside travellers

Updated on April 5, 2016

Located in the northern part of Europe, Finland is one of the greenest, most charming countries on Earth. Highly civilized and full of breathtaking views, Finland is not only a symbol of Western democracy, but also a unique and mesmerizing travel destination.

Although occupying quite a large amount of land, the beautiful Suomi, as the natives call it, has just around five million inhabitants. They demonstrate an incredible respect for nature, which has led to the nearly perfect conservation of the country’s natural beauty.

While flying might be the fastest and wheels may be the most straining, traveling to Finland by boat is definitely the most spectacular way to go. The country is famous for its five-star luxury cruise ships, which are literally floating cities—full of all the amenities, shopping and entertainment one might imagine.

The journey through and from Helsinki takes these huge ships into a very tight gulf, offering passengers an amazing experience and a great overview of the craftsmanship and abilities of the commanding captain.

Northern Finland is one of the best places on Earth to spot nature’s greatest light show: the Northern Lights. Tourists have the opportunity to see them about 200 nights every year. The ingenious Finns have built glass igloos which allow you to watch and sleep under this mesmerizing phenomenon.

Located in the northern part of Europe, Finland is one of the greenest, most charming countries on Earth. Highly civilized and full of breathtaking views, Finland is not only a symbol of Western democracy, but also a unique and mesmerizing travel destination.


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