Four seasons, UNESCO-listed archipelago and almost 200,000 lakes, modern urban cities and wilderness of Lapland. Finland is the prime destination in Europe for unforgettable events for your employees, customers or other stakeholders. Finland has been ranked as the happiest country in the world for several times and we believe that the country’s smart cities and the vast, green nature areas are the key elements to the happiness.
Finland is the perfect location for first-class international conferences. Helsinki, the capital, is an international flight hub and a central link between Asia, Europe and North America. In addition, there are several other cities suitable for events and congresses. Finland boasts a variety of widely recognized conference venues that cater for all kinds of needs. Our expertise and experience in corporate events guarantee that even the most demanding congresses are executed flawlessly.
More than 70% of Finland is covered by the forests. This combined with thousands of lakes and the Baltic Sea surrounding the country, makes Finland the destination for unique incentives. The stunning nature provides great activity options for those looking for adrenaline-filled adventures, or for those searching for peace and quietness. The cities in Finland boast of design, architecture and vivid culture, but still give space for the guests to breathe.
Helsinki, the white capital of Finland, surrounded by the Baltic Sea, is the perfect destination to experience something new. The city provides both nature and urban life. Helsinki offers plenty of things to do and visit: museums, galleries, boutiques, cafés and restaurants… not to forget all the activity possibilities in the nearby regions.
One of the safest and cleanest cities in the world is also compact and easy to navigate. The city center has most of the services within walking distance. Suggested programs and venues are often right in the heart of the city and thanks to this, transfers in the city are often not needed.
Finnish Lapland is as close as reality gets to those who dream of a winter wonderland. Contrasts are a key factor in the allure of Lapland where 24-hour sunlight in the summer replaces the dark winter days.
The hustle and bustle of towns and ski resorts is just minutes away from the peace and quiet of the wild wilderness. Fans of Northern Lights, sauna and Santa Claus won’t be surprised to hear Finland has been named the happiest place to live.
Finland has over 188,000 lakes
and around 180,000 islands
The Lakeland area covers hundreds of kilometres of stunning landscapes formed by blue lakes and green forests. In Finland, we have more than 180,000 lakes and many of them are located in the area. Experience the traditional Finnish sauna, forest yoga or some water activities while staying in a cozy cottage or luxurious villa with a view to the lake. Let the Lakeland take your stress away.
Finland has more than 80.000 islands on the Baltic Sea and thousands of kilometres of maritime coastline. We do have the world’s largest and the most beautiful archipelago. Out of the seven Unesco World Heritage sites in Finland, three can be experienced in the coastal area. The coastal towns like Turku – the former capital of Finland, and Kotka – the city between Helsinki and St. Petersburg, enchant the visitors all year round, but are especially charming in the summer months. The coastal area covers many old towns and spreads up to the Northern Finland hub city Oulu. If you wish to see historical manors, experience old lighthouses as well national parks, coast and archipelago is your destination to visit.