The Rustic Wilderness of Finland

It’s true that one can thoroughly see Finland from top to bottom in just under a month. In this beautiful Land of Lakes, birch trees line the water’s edge up and down the country. During our visit to Finland we found that Helsinki and the quaint town of nearby Porvoo were must-sees in the south.

Suomenlinna Beach Helsinki

Sunbathing in FinlandHelsinki Outdoor Cafe in Market

Docked Boats in Finland

Evening Dining in FinlandBright Red Building in Finland

If you can brave the relentless mosquitoes of Lapland in the north, you’ll most certainly be able to see reindeer, and if you are lucky, moose

Lapland

Reindeer in Lapland

In Finland, the sauna is central to the culture and it’s not unlikely to see a kota (Finland’s version of a tipi) close to the sauna with sausage cooking hot on the grill.

Lakeside Birch Trees in FinlandKota in Finland

Clothesline in Finland

Family in the Hot Tub in FinlandDrinking Tea in Finland

Unless you love the dark and the cold, summer is the best time to visit Finland when the sun goes down for only a few hours!

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Marianna Jamadi is currently traveling the world, connecting the dots between her international families across the globe. She left NYC with her globetrotting boyfriend in May of 2013 and together they plan to spend the next year traveling abroad. Follow their adventures on their blog, Nomadic Habit.

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