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Finland´s location in the crossroads of west and east provides a great opportunity for travellers to experience Finland en route to Europe. Our StopOver provides passengers time to explore Finland from 5 hours to 5 days.

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Cruisin' the Finnish seas

How do you get a holiday within a holiday? Hop on a cruise ship leaving Finland for a round trip to Sweden, Estonia, Russia, or sail the beautiful Finnish coastline. Eat, dine, be entertained and get a taste of what the Finnish cruise lines and neighbouring countries have to offer.

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24 hours in Helsinki 48 hours in Finland 72 hours in Finland Helsinki Weekend with Friends Meet the Moomins Cruisin' the Finnish seas What to do? Explore StopOver products at My Stay Shopping   Explore products at My Stay Families   Explore products at My Stay Culture   Explore products at My Stay Activities   Explore products at My Stay Accommodation   Explore products at My Stay Wellbeing   Explore products at My Stay Experiences near Helsinki Airport   Explore experiences at Stopoverguide.fi StopOver Santa Claus StopOver Northern Lights StopOver Cottage and Lake Retreat StopOver Finnish Archipelago StopOver Land of the Midnight Sun With stark differences between seasons, Finns are used to contrasts. Dark Arctic winters have their counterpart in one of the most iconic of Finnish natural phenomena, the Midnight Sun. Read more The Northern Lights One of the most remarkable features of Finland is light. When the endless sunshine of summer gives way to dark winter, the Northern Lights appear like magic and lighten up the sky. Read more Helsinki The capital of Finland is a compact city easily explored on foot. Design, architecture, culture and shopping are all great exploration angles and large park areas, forests, lakes, and the coastline with numerous islands sprinkled off it make certain there’s no shortage of natural presence. Read more National Parks Finnish national parks are protected areas with unique natural features. Accessing them is encouraged, and they present a number of recreational possibilities. Read more Sauna If you want to understand Finland and its people, getting familiar with sauna is a good starting point. Read more Åland The Åland archipelago consists of around 6 500 islands, but only more than 60 are inhabited. Åland has its own taxation system, its own postage stamps, its own flag and Swedish as its only official language. Read more