Finland

Stylish, innovative and effortlessly chic, Scandinavian cities have long been lauded as Europe’s capitals of cool. Natasha Dragun discovers Helsinki can easily hold its own.  
The Arctic Circle

Mark Daffey braves sub-zero temperatures in Finland and Norway to catch a glimpse of …

 
 

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Destination // Helsinki

Grace Smith speaks with Sami Ruotsalainen, Senior Designer for Finnish design brand …

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Destination // Helsinki

Stylish, innovative and effortlessly chic, Scandinavian cities have long been lauded …

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The Arctic Circle
Arctic Circle

Mark Daffey braves sub-zero temperatures in Finland and Norway to catch a glimpse of …

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Weather to go

Finland latitude gives it four distinct seasons, marked not only by changes in weather but also by how many hours of sun they have a day.  In summer daylight can last as long as 20 hours, while even in southern Finland winter days sometime only last six hours.  Winters are also cold and snowy, lasting from November to April in the northern regions of the country, while further south snow begins to appear in December.  Depending on what a traveller wants to experience in Finland different times of year may appeal, but summer gives the best chance to see more of Finland in the daylight.
 
 
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