Travel Tips for Finland

Although Finland is the most sparsely populated country in the European Union, it regularly comes out near the top of various international polls regarding education, healthcare and overall quality of life.
You can also try your hand at adrenaline pumping activities such as dog sledding and snowmobiling, while the less energetic might enjoy a spot of ice fishing.
Many visitors choose to combine their trip to see this phenomenon with a stay in the famous ice hotel that is rebuilt from scratch every year.
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For visitors and locals alike, winter pursuits are a must during the colder months, with plenty of great locations for skiing and snowboarding.
Another must-see attraction during the winter is the extraordinary northern lights which can be seen in the north of the country.

SOURCE: foursquare . com/v/helsinki-airport-hel/4adcdb27f964a520dd6121e3

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