When travelling to Finland, a holidaymaker is often looking for an authentic experience in the Nordic wilderness with a backdrop of unblemished nature. One such distinctive destination is Syöte, Finland’s southernmost fell region, which offers access to two ski centres, Syöte National Park, and an abundance of other activities that will bring you closer to nature.
Choosing the right location for a convention can be essential to the outcome for both host and participants. Of course, one wants the experience to be out of the ordinary, but it is also necessary to ensure that the quality of facilities and equipment allows for top efficient arrangements. One place that can provide both long lasting impressions and highly professional arrangements is Finland. Scan Magazine has looked into some of the country’s many different possibilities.
Many visitors are taken aback by Finland’s astonishing nature and, just like Finnish expats, feel downhearted to leave after what they often experience as way too short a visit. But while getting their very own haven in the middle of it may seem like utopia to most, it is actually exactly what the Island of Strömsö offers.
With Scandinavia’s largest congress and concert centre and numerous smaller facilities surrounded by Finland’s beautiful nature, Tampere is the perfect place to hold any international convention. The town’s own airport has low-price connections to many major European cities, including London and Stockholm. Besides Tampere is located just a 25 minute flight or under two hours’ drive from Helsinki airport, which has connections to virtually all parts of the world.