Friendly, functional, compact, easy to reach destination – Finland is all these and much more!

Finland is a leading congress, meeting and incentive destination with its first-class congress facilities and hotels. Finland is an intriguing mix of modern and historic, a place where East meets West, creating contrasts that add colour to any meeting and social programme.

All in One Destination

Small in size, big in things to discover
The cleanest air the world, diverse landscapes, safe destination
Finnish design
Country of thousands of lakes, Northern Lights, Midnight Sun, Santa Claus, Moomins

The Great Four

Finland has been divided into four distinctive regions to make it easier to understand what the country is all about.

Lapland is the home of the one and only Santa Claus, around the clock sunlight in the summer and almost guaranteed Northern Lights every night of the winter.

Lakeland region is the central Finland were glittering lakes cover the most of the area. The lakes are synonymous to peaceful summer days spent relaxing by the water.

Coast & Archipelago
Finnish coastline is long and the archipelago off it one of the world’s largest. The area is best explored by bike, foot or boat.

The capital of Finland is situated by the Baltic Sea. The compact, vibrant city is both highly cultural and incredibly relaxing with beautiful contrast of nature and world-class conference and meeting facilities

Friendly Locals

Helsinki’s open and friendly residents wish visitors, along with new events and trends, a very warm welcome to this dynamic and lively city.

Restaurant Day, flea markets, We Love Helsinki happenings and block parties are all examples of the flourishing urban culture. Indeed, Helsinki is alive throughout the year. Events, conferences, meetings, festivals and a wide range of smaller happenings are organised regularly in Helsinki, and in the summertime, the streets and parks are also packed with fun-loving people. And it’s worth remembering that the midnight sun hardly sets at all, allowing the active nightlife to continue uninterrupted into the morning.


Most of the locals speak the English language fluent and are happy to assist visitors. Helsinki’s personable, multilingual and friendly residents are among the city’s greatest ambassadors, also for visitors.