Finland may be in the most northerly corner of Europe. Still reaching it is easy - and less expensive with each passing year.
Finnish airlines and many other
airlines have non-stop, usually
daily connections from cities right across Europe, as well as an extensive network of Asian destinations. Usually the airlines fly to the efficient and modern Helsinki-Vantaa International Airport. Airports in Tampere and Oulu also have international connections.
|Beijing||7h 40min ||Brussels||2h 40min|
|New York||8h 40min||Paris||3h 05min|
|Tallinn||35min ||Tokyo||9h 25min|
Motorists can drive on to one of the many ferries crossing the Baltic from Sweden, Germany and Estonia. The main harbour towns are Helsinki, Turku and Maarianhamina (Åland islands).
If you want to take a train to Finland, there are international train links to Helsinki from Moscow and St. Petersburg.