If you're into snow sports or just want to experience a magical Nordic Winterland, there's no better place to be than Finland in January. Yes, the temperatures are cold and the days short, but a blanket of snow transforms the countryside. Read on to learn more about traveling to Finland in January.
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If you've always dreamed of seeing the colorful northern lights or riding a reindeer sleigh through silent Arctic forests, travel to Finland in February to turn these dreams into reality. The temperatures are cold and the nights long, but you might find it's worth it. Read on to learn more about traveling to Finland in February.
Wintery conditions linger in Finland in March, but with the days getting longer, many travelers find this month the best time to enjoy snow sports in the Nordic country. Read on to find out more about traveling to Finland in March.
In the middle of Finland's short spring, April in Finland ranges from pleasantly warm to still frozen, depending on where you go. Much of the country is grinding back to life after a long hibernation, so cultural events start appearing on this calendar during this month. Read on to learn more about traveling to Finland in April.
May is properly the spring season in Finland and is a delightful month to travel to the northern European country. While temperatures won't be very high, the days are long, and the general mood is celebratory. Read on to learn more about traveling to Finland in May.
After such long, dark winters, Finns really know how to celebrate the arrival of summer in June. The days are long, and the countryside is green, so June is a good time to get out and experience both. Read on to learn more about traveling to Finland this month.
If you like warm weather and long days, July is the perfect month to visit Finland. It's the middle of summer, and the locals take much of the month off to celebrate and enjoy nature. Read on to learn more about traveling to Finland in July.
While summer is in full swing in more southern parts of Europe, it's winding down in Finland. Temperatures get cooler, and locals go back to school and work. This means it could be a great time to visit Finland. Read on to learn more about traveling to Finland in August.
September is an underrated month to travel to Finland, but if you love fall colors, this month should be on your radar. There are also some great cultural festivals to retreat indoors to this month. Read on to find out more about traveling to Finland in September.
October is right in the middle of fall in Finland, and it's a good month to visit if you enjoy the vibrant colors of nature. Temperatures drop, especially in the north, but there's the chance to spot the Aurora borealis. Read on to learn more about traveling to Finland in October.
November is the tail end of fall and the start of winter in Finland. This means dark and gloomy conditions in most of the country, with the possibility of snow sports in the north. Read on to find out more about where to go and what to do in Finland in November.
December is the dead of winter in Finland, which means cold temperatures and minimal hours of daylight. However, Lapland is the mythical home of Santa Claus, and where better to celebrate Christmas? Read on to find out more about visiting Finland in December.