Category Archives: Finland

22 Things to Do in Rovaniemi in Winter (+ Lapland Tips)

Best things to do in Rovaniemi in winter

Are you looking for the best things to do in Rovaniemi in winter? This guide has you covered! I have spent winter in Lapland and various parts of Finland and have had the pleasure of visiting Rovaniemi twice – and I am always planning another escape to the Arctic! This guide covers the best winter […]

15 Cozy Things to Do in Helsinki in Winter (+ Seasonal Tips!)

Best things to do in Helsinki in winter

One place I always find myself during winter is Finland. And these are some of my favorite things to do in Helsinki in winter! There is genuinely never a bad time to visit Finland. Sure, a Finn might tell you to refrain from the harsh winter temperatures but give me a pair of snowshoes, a […]

9 Reasons Why You Should Visit Lapland in Autumn (Not Winter!)

9 Reasons Why You Should Visit Lapland in Autumn (Not Winter!)

Most people tend to visit Lapland during the same time of the year—the cold and snowy months. This is a post that details why you should travel to Lapland in autumn, a time that is actually the best for the northern lights, prices, and fall foliage.  Why You Should Visit Lapland in Autumn I have […]

11 Best Rovaniemi Tours: Northern Lights, Huskies, and More!

Dog sledding in Rovaniemi Finland Lapland

Many people travel to Rovaniemi from afar, therefore planning your trip to Lapland and northern Finland can be a challenge and visitors will be grateful for the many Rovaniemi tours that are available. This guide lists the best and most popular Lapland tours in Rovaniemi – from a BBQ under the northern lights to eating […]

Käringsund, Åland Islands: An Unspoiled Fishing Harbor on Eckerö

KÄRINGSUND, ÅLAND ISLANDS: AN UNSPOILED FISHING HARBOR ON ECKERÖ

The Åland Islands have been on my list for several years and for no specific reason why except that they look peaceful and like the ideal refuge from city life. There was also this uniqueness about them that left me fascinated and I would often take to Google to randomly research the islands and their history.  […]