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Ice skating in Southern Finland

Finland is a true winter wonderland and the place where ice skating dreams come true. Here are our top picks for the best places to go skating in Finland.

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A Canine Case – a ride with the huskies in Lapland

They’re cute and they’re fast; a husky tour is an exquisite way to see the Arctic wilderness in Finland.

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Doze off under the Northern Lights

In Finland, nature’s most spectacular light show, the Aurora Borealis, can be viewed in a range of purpose-built spaces from glass igloos to luxury suites.

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Daredevil winter sports in Finland

Finland is perhaps best known for the Aurora Borealis, but the country has a lot more to offer than this celestial light show, especially for sporting daredevils. With its frozen waters and deep snow, you need look no further than this beautiful country to fulfil your winter sports’ needs.

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A refreshing dip in icy water?

It may be hard to believe but ice swimming is healthy! It is said to improve one's immune system, reduce stress and relieve inconveniences such as rheumatism.

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Countryside magic in a Finnish winter cottage

To truly experience Finland, you have to get out of the city. That is why Finns head to their cottages both winter and summer, and so should you! The winter brings its own unique activities to cottage life such as skiing, ice-swimming, sledding - all in the beautiful background of a blanket of snow and ice as far as the eye can see.

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