Finland It is not a very popular country in Europe but it has so much forest wealth that it is an ideal destination to pass the Summer Vacation .
How to get
For get to Finland we will find a wide tour package offer since this destination receives more than thirty flights from international airlines and an average of twenty daily connections to other countries.
How to mobilize in Finland
He air Transport we can also use them to mobilize within Finland since it has more than twenty airports that receive local flights and more than a dozen heliports between public and private.
In addition, if we decide to know the country and its main cities without worrying about time, we can travel by bus, train, taxi, or renting a car and so we can travel the territory since Finland It has more than eighty thousand kilometers of paved roads that connect to its main cities.
This destination has extreme temperatures reaching winter temperatures in some northern areas below -40 ° C. It is recommended to visit in summer in the month of July when its average temperature is 25 ° C.
In Finland the official currency is the euro and we will find ATMs throughout the city in case we need to withdraw money. To make changes we will find the houses in charge in the areas of the railways and the airports.
Although this destination has European customs it is important to know that we must take off our shoes before entering things and that you can only start eating and drinking after the host makes the respective toast.
Although in Finland we will find hotels of every budget, if we want to live an unforgettable adventure the best thing will be to stay in a rural house, camping areas and everything related to living ecotourism.
What to see
In Finland we can take many panoramic photos of Natural spaces since much of the tourist attractions of the country are made up of islands, lagoons, forests and parks (it has more than 180 thousand lakes), in addition, we can opt for experiential tourism.
In their typical dishes can not miss seafood, potatoes, fish and flour. It is also traditional to eat venison and drink the traditional Finnish vodka.