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The Happiest Country in The World
Sustainable Finland Tours with Lomatka
Your Trusted DMC in Finland
All our tours and services are based on the Sustainable Finland Travel Program, because we care about Finland’s nature and culture. Therefore, we try our best to keep the country resources for everyone in the future.
Top Travel Tips
Under the current instructions of the Finnish Border Guard, the following requirements apply to foreigners entering Finland from outside of the EU and Schengen area:
- a certificate of a full approved COVID-19 vaccination series, OR
- a certificate of having had the COVID-19 disease and one approved COVID-19 vaccine, OR
- an EU Digital COVID Certificate for a COVID-19 disease had less than six months ago.
You need a valid passport that satisfactorily establishes your identity and nationality. If you aren’t a citizen of Finland or another European Economic Area (EEA) country, you may also need a visa. Please check with your local Finnish Embassy, and they’ll be happy to help you.
Finland is a year-round destination: Winters are great for outdoor activities like downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, skating and ice-swimming. Spring and autumn are the best seasons to see the Northern Lights in Finnish Lapland. Late summer and autumn are ideal for foraging and enjoying colourful autumn foliage. The spring months (until early May) offer the best skiing in Lapland – in the south, the snow will be gone by then. The summer months across Finland are known for their white nights, and in Lapland, as a time when the sun never sets. Big cities have interesting things to see and do all year, and across Finland, it’s always sauna season. With our Finland tours you can have different experiences throughout a year! For more information you can check the official website of Visit Finland.
Finland is the eighth most expensive country in Europe according to a Eurostat study of 2017. Followed by Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, Denmark, Sweden, Ireland, and Luxembourg, the Nordic country has shown to be an expensive country based on the following informatin
If you would like travel around Finland and get the best of each region, 10 to 14 days should suffice. However, if you intend to just stay in one region such as just within the Arctic Circle or just Helsinki, you would just need 4 to 6 days to do so.
You can fly, cruise or drive.
Arriving by plane: Helsinki-Vantaa (HEL) airport is the country’s biggest airport that connects you easily to other parts of the country, as well as other countries. Besides Helsinki, there are many other airports, such as Rovaniemi in Lapland, that offer direct international flights.
Arriving by boat: Helsinki has ferry connections with Germany, Poland, Sweden, Latvia and Estonia. You can also arrive by ferry in Vaasa, Turku, or Hanko from Sweden.Arriving by car: You can drive in Finland from Sweden or Norway. You can also drive your own car to a ferry and then cross the Baltic to Finland.
My one week experience with my husband in Lapland was just breathtaking. Thanks to Lomatka Travel Company, we had great services with no interruption.
My girlfriend and I booked a biking tour with Lomatka in Åland archipelago and it was very well organized and arranged. We would definitely come back to Finland to visit the magical north and the northern lights.
I booked a 3-day trip for my company staff memebers in Helsinki area, and every service was really good and well-planned. We had a one-day city tour to Porvoo village and also a sauna experience in the city which were both really fun. Great thanks to Mehdi from the travel agency and all his kindness.
The whole trip, from the Finnair flights to the glazed igloos and the husley rides were perfectly organized. We also had a wonderful tour guide in Lapland who taught us a lot about the Finnish and the Sami culture. Thanks to Hanna our lovely tour guide.