It might seem a long way away, but Christmas just isn't Christmas without Santa, snowflakes and sleigh bells!
Baltic herring enthusiasts will get a special treat in Helsinki restaurants during the Baltic Herring Market week from 3rd-10th October.
Polar dive experts Waterproof Expeditions and award-winning professional underwater photographer Franco Banfi have joined forces to offer a unique nine-day ice diving expedition to the White Sea, 11-19 March 2011.
Those looking for an inspiring and fulfilling holiday break should consider the Yoga Art Magic breaks at The Midnight Sun Ashtanga Yoga Retreat in Finland.
With the trend for vintage fashion still on the rise and celebrities including Mischa Barton and Kate Moss working the vintage vibe, style seekers are always on the lookout for the best places to hunt down a bargain. For those in the know, Helsinki has plenty to offer along the lines of vintage and second-hand shopping.
Through the winter season, Latvian national airline airBaltic will start flights from Riga and Tampere to Kittila, Finland – one of the best cities for winter holidays with Finland's most favourite winter resort Levi.
Visitors can now combine sightseeing in Finland’s compact capital, with one of two special gastro tours which transport guests on a journey around the stylish city of Helsinki to learn all about Finnish flavours and local dishes as well visiting the main tourist attractions and gaining an interesting insight into the history and culture of this quirky Nordic capital.
For summer 2010, Visit Finland is launching a new initiative to showcase some of their many National Parks.
A labyrinth of 120 clear blue lakes dotted with 14,000 green islands, Saimaa Lakeland forms the largest continuous lake district in all of Europe.
Global hotel group WorldHotels will gain its first property in Helsinki city centre with the opening of Hotel Fabian in August.
After David Beckham’s visit to the city’s finest clinic, all eyes have been on the Finnish city of Turku.
Escaping to your very own private island is usually something reserved for celebrities and the über rich, however this is not necessarily the case in Finland.
You will be guaranteed snow in Finland this February half term when you go skiing 200 kilometres above the Arctic Circle with Small Families, the UK’s leading operator for single parent holidays.
Take your child to see Santa in the run up to Christmas with Esprit holidays, who are offering three night trips for a family of Four from £1399 on the 23rd December, to include three nights’ accommodation, return flights, transfers, a husky dog sled ride, reindeer sleigh ride and a private meeting with the man himself, travelling by sleigh.
The white Christmas is traditional to British culture, but it is a rare occurrence in the UK. The last official Christmas snowfall was in 2004 and this year reports predict that the likes of London have just a 10% chance of seeing a single snowflake on the 25th December. However, if you are dreaming of waking up on Christmas morn to a blanket of the white stuff you could head to Lapland to enjoy the ultimate magical family break.
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