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Finland

With Santa Claus calling Finland home, this snowy destination is predictably famed for its Christmas hospitality. However, this stunningly scenic area is not just for Christmas and is open for exploration throughout the year. With the Northern Lights on show for 200 nights of the year and 188,000 lakes to discover, adventurers can never get bored of Europe's seventh-largest country. 

Visitors are invited to look around as well as up when travelling to this amazing country as it plays home to brown bears, wolves, elk, moose and reindeer. For an all encompassing Arctic experience, travellers would do well to beat Finland as a destination.

Please contact your Destination Specialist for more information on +44 (0) 1993 824198.

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Finland's Arctic location means that the country experiences very cold winters with minimal daylight hours and then warm summers with up to 20 hours of daylight. Read More

Finland's Arctic location means that the country experiences very cold winters with minimal daylight hours and then warm summers with up to 20 hours of daylight.
The Northern lights can be seen most of the year, with the exception of June and July, so the best time to go depends on whether you want snow or sun. However, prospective travellers should be warned that Finland can get quite busy during the Christmas period.

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