From current events to travel products, here’s what’s happening in the travel trade in Finland.
Puumala and Tahko resorts have been awarded the Sustainable Travel Finland (STF) label for destinations
Check out the Sustainable Travel Finland webinar recording from 16.2.2023 here
See more information about Finland, Winter Wonderland webinar recording on this page.
Read how Finnair wants to return to profitability and which new regional it will operate as of autumn 2022.
Read more what has been achieved during first half of 2022
Almost 100 Finnish suppliers were offering their products from all around the country
We brought together Food from Finland, Visit Rovaniemi, Santa Claus Village and Finnair in the unique platform of Metsä Pavilion located at the Embassy of Finland in Tokyo.
The route offers experiences and adventures to families and nature enthusiasts, both to those driving themselves as well as those using public transportation.
Read about new and exciting hotel projects in the Lakeland region of Finland, where tourism continues to recover from the pandemic.
Visit Finland's upcoming live and virtual events for those in the travel and tourism industry.
Two high-quality restaurants were established in Hämeenlinna over the summer, and more are planned.
3 out of 4 different category winners are offering their services in Finland. Read from this article more about these companies.
Michelin Guide has given Turku the opportunity to host the world’s most famous culinary event in the summer of 2023: the annual Michelin Star Revelation for the Nordic Countries. The organizers of the event will present their plans to Turku City Council on 16 January 2023.
New tool developed by Visit Finland helps companies to understand their own current location on their sustainability path and figure out next steps where to move forward.
Rovaniemi will receive a record number of regular flights for winter season 2022-2023. Check all the destinations from this article!
Sometimes, reconnecting with your inner self and finding balance calls for an adventure to someplace new. Find yourself in Finland.
Meet five interesting sustainable companies with their activities ranging from reindeer herding over arts to food.
French pianist Sofiane Pamart played classical music live online under the northern lights showing the scenery of Ylläs, Finland.
The platform aims to support selling and promoting travel to Finland and provides tools and materials to support marketing.
Read about new and exciting hotel projects in the Coast & Archipelago region of Finland, where tourism continues to recover from the pandemic.
On bi-monthly basis, we share with you interesting information that will give you talking points when speaking with your customers about this Nordic destination – news, facts and some curiosities us Finns are famous for.
Lahti, the European Green Capital 2021, offers remote workplaces in nature.
Here's a look at interesting sports events around Finland for true sport enthusiasts.
Learn how three Finnish destinations have taken sustainability into their everyday actions
Cozy wooden town located at Finnish West Coast has received Sustainable Travel Finland label for destinations
Emissions from Viking Line’s vessels have decreased by a third in 15 years. Read from this article how this turned out on practice.
Visit Finland and 60 other Finnish tourism companies and regions, have signed the Glasgow Declaration for Climate Action in Tourism in June 2022.
35 Finnish travel companies participated in recent the Sales Run events in Central Europe - to be continued in the autumn.
Japan's cross-industry media event celebrating the creator of the Moomins organized by Visit Finland
Read about new and exciting hotel projects in the Lapland region of Finland, where tourism continues to recover from the pandemic.
Read about new and exciting hotel projects in the Helsinki region of Finland, where tourism continues to recover from the pandemic.
Learn how Adventure Apes creates custom adventures for individuals, families, and school classes, as well as for visually impaired and blind people.