Finland holidays

Find and compare the best Finland holiday deals

Finland
Helsinki Lapland
22 November 2021 | 3 nights | 2 people
...
Magical Baltic Capitals & Helsinki
£1099pp

Breakfast • Flights inc

10-nights

...
Magical Lapland Retreat
£1599pp

Breakfast • Flights inc

7-nights

...
...

Holiday competitions

Win yourself a holiday to Finland

...
Love entering competitions?

Join our group Travel Competitions UK. It's the largest dedicated travel comps group on Facebook!

Books inspired by Finland

Our hand-picked selection of books to get you in the mood for your Finland holiday

The Almost Nearly Perfect People

Michael Booth

A well-written and humorous book giving an insight into Scandinavia, its people and the enviably simpler Nordic ways and culture. It covers five countries including Iceland and will have you wanting to move to one of them!

Finland Blog posts

From the UK's most popular travel bloggers

...

17th March 2021 by TravelDave

Things to do in Mariehamn, Aland Islands, Finland

Wanting to discover more of Finland, I decided to try something new and unique and visited the city of Mariehamn on the Åland Islands. With over 6,700 islands to explore that make up the Åland Islands, you will have plenty to see and do. Mariehamn is the central capital city of the Åland Islands and has a domestic airport and ferry connections to both Stockholm and Helsinki. The Åland Islands are part of the Finnish archipelago located between Sweden and Finland....

...

21st April 2021 by Hand Luggage Only

Sleeping in The ICE Hotel In Lapland, Sweden

We've wanted to stay in the Ice Hotel (and sleep in a room made entirely of ice) for ages and we finally go to do it at the ICEHOTEL in Lapland, Sweden. Here's what it's like...

...

15th February 2021 by PommieTravels

Six fun things to do in Finland

Whether you want to explore Finland’s wild and beautiful natural landscapes or enjoy a night out on the town, you will not be short of exciting and fun things to do in the Nordic country. Here are six things you will not want to miss....

...

12th February 2021 by Andy

Cheapest places to holiday in July

July welcomes one of the busiest holiday seasons of the year and for good reason! Scorching temperatures and summer school breaks make the Mediterranean’s beaches a frontrunner and cities explode with festivals, events and fun-filled vibes.Despite the peak season, if you travel towards the beginning of the month, you’ll still find great-value travel deals on flights, hotels and attractions. Plus, you’ll escape the school holiday rush. It’s also a great time to head north, with long...

...

27th April 2021 by Inside the Travel Lab

The best Helsinki souvenirs to make you think, smile and love

Looking for the best Helsinki souvenirs and wondering what should be on your shopping list for a trip to Finland? I love the place and love the Finn's flair for tradition and design. Here's a list of the best things to buy in Helsinki. Finland knows how to make the most of small, dark red berries. Lingonberries, sea buckthorns and bilberries also make into the world of lakkahillo (preserves) but in all honesty, the name just isn't as poetic. Cloudberries simply have the best name. ...

...

28th January 2020 by PommieTravels

Why you should visit Lapland

Lapland is a very special corner of the planet. With a strong and peculiar personality, it is the home to Santa Claus, reindeers, Siberian huskies, moose, polar bears, salmon and the Saami people. Their scenarios change completely according to the seasons. It has northern lights in autumn and spring, blue twilight in the winter fort and in summer it is the land of the midnight sun. This region, north of the Arctic Circle, is inhabited by the Lappers and encompasses part of the territories of...

...

28th January 2020 by Twins that Travel

5 Days in Lapland with Inghams

Fly just three hours north – over the lights of Stockholm and Helsinki – and you’ll find yourself passing over a frontier. Far beneath you, surrounded by snow-burdened boreal forests and icy blue waters, lies Finland’s Arctic Circle: the roof of the world. A precise 66°33′46.3″ north of the equator, this imaginary circle marks our planet’s most northerly point. However, far more than just a geographical boundary – crossing here means passing into another world entirely....