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Finland, the country of Santa Claus, reindeer and husky, white nights of Lordi's Eurovision and the Rasmus (two fairly successful rock bands) of -20 degrees Celsius in winter and 30 in the summer, of natural beauty, the 188,000 lakes cover more than 10% of its total area and the perfect model of care-perhaps in Europe, the very high standard of living, technology and the deadpan monokomaton and residents, is certainly a challenge for every traveler. Different absolute, rugged yet warm and cozy in the cold nights of white magic.

Finland is not only white landscape, snow and cold. The country to the south by a very mild climate compared to its position on the map and this is mainly due to the fact that considerably influenced by the warm currents of the Atlantic Ocean. In Lapland (North Section) snow almost all year round. The average winter temperatures are -15 ° to -4 ° C in Lapland and -7 ° to -4 ° C in the south. The summers are cool with temperatures ranging between 15 ° and 22 ° C but in July is hot and what months you may see the index touching and 30 ° C. The best time for you to visit so the country is probably in the summer but winter definitely has its own charm. 

Cities should not be missed are listed below. 

Helsinki, known as "Daughter of the Baltic, Finland's capital and largest city in the country. Our winter starts in October and ends in April and is dark and cold. There are many sites and many interesting festivals. 

The Jyväskylä is located in central Finland, has its own university and is one of the most popular summer destinations since the Finns are coming here for summer bathrooms.Here you will find numerous lakes with sandy beaches. 

In Kuopio, the city also own university in central Finland, stinperiochi of Lakeland. Very picturesque town, surrounded on three sides by lakes, which gives a unique feeling to the landscape. 

Oulu is a technology and concepts that go together. In this city of 142,000 residents have established several Finnish technology companies such as Nokia and Internet access is free for all in every part of town. 

The Pori is an industrial city on the west coast, known for its annual jazz festival Poritou. 

The Rovaniemi is the gateway for visitors who want to go to Lapland. The city is the University of Lapland (University of Lapland). It has 58,500 inhabitants. Located near the Arctic Circle. 

The Savonlinna - a small town beside a lake with a big castle and a famous opera festival. 

The Tampere. This is an industrial city, where he hosted the Lenin Museum and the Spy Museum. 

ToTurku-the former capital of the west coast. Here you can visit the medieval castle and the magnificent cathedral. 

The Vaasa-a city with obvious influences Swedish, located on the west coast near the Kvarken area designated as outstanding natural beauty by UNESCO. 

Note: The above information was updated at the time of issue of the article but can change without notice. Please confirm the accuracy of these before your trip.


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