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Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia & Finland in 12 days

Adventure Through the Baltics & Helsinki

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Get to know the very best of the Baltic capitals and Helsinki in this semi-guided magical adventure through Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Finland; dive into their fascinating history and fairytale-like attractions.

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Extraordinary Finland Vacation Packages & Tours


Get ready for the ultimate winter wonderland adventure with an unforgettable Finland vacation. A trip to this country allows you to explore the stunning Lapland region, known for its spectacular northern lights and majestic reindeer. 

Enjoy adventurous winter activities like skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing. Try your hand at water sports like sailing, fishing, kayaking, and hiking in the lush forests during the warmer months.

Let Exoticca take you on a journey to discover Finland’s natural beauty and unique culture. Our all-inclusive Finland vacations from the US offer flights, hotels, tours, and transfers, ensuring a memorable and stress-free trip.

Trips to Finland from the USA


Embark on a Finland vacation to experience pristine lakes, lush forests, authentic culture, sauna visits, and the ethereal northern lights. It’s the perfect destination for adventurous travelers, nature enthusiasts, and those seeking relaxation.

Exoticca facilitates authentic and immersive experiences, from Helsinki’s vibrant city to Lapland’s arctic wilderness. Experience Finland like never before with vacation packages that offer a perfect blend of iconic destinations and local culture.


Top points of interest in Finland


Finland is packed with exciting attractions and experiences. Discover the magic of Lapland, the vibrant city of Helsinki, and hidden gems like Turku and the Åland Islands.


Visiting Levi is a must for any ski enthusiast looking for a unique vacation in Finland. The resort offers various activities beyond skiing, including snowmobiling and snowshoeing. 

The breathtaking landscapes feature snow-covered forests, frozen lakes, and the exquisite northern lights. Enjoy numerous restaurants, cafes, bars, and luxurious spa experiences. 

Summer in Levi is also an unforgettable experience, with hiking, mountain biking, and golfing opportunities.


The capital of Finland is a coastal city that seamlessly fuses urban life with nature. Helsinki is surrounded by an archipelago, with more than 300 mesmerizing islands easily accessible by a well-connected ferry system. 

There are countless things to see and do in Helsinki on Finland tours. Walk through the historic streets and view awe-inspiring modern architecture. It’s a great jumping-off point for adventures in the immense Finnish wilderness. 

Helsinki is a perfect city-break destination, with a small center that can be walked from one side to the other in around 40 minutes. The city’s known for its year-round calendar of free cultural events, a thriving gastronomic scene, and cafe culture

Notable attractions include the Helsinki Cathedral, Market Square, Uspenski Cathedral, Oodi Central Library, Temppeliaukio Church, and authentic Finnish saunas.


Lapland is a destination like no other. Its pristine natural beauty, with forests, lakes, and mountains, is perfect for outdoor activities

In winter, you can enjoy activities like skiing and snowmobiling. In summer, activities like hiking, fishing, and canoeing are popular. 

The region’s unique culture and history are also worth exploring. Meet the Sami people and learn about their way of life. You can also visit Santa Claus Village in Rovaniemi, where Christmas is celebrated all year round. 

The cuisine includes delicious dishes like reindeer stew, smoked salmon, and cloudberries. Visit Lapland for an unforgettable destination combining nature, culture, and adventure.


Kuusamo is the perfect Finland vacation destination for winter and summer sports enthusiasts. The Finnish Lapland region boasts the country’s most extensive winter sports facilities. Millions of visitors flock yearly to indulge in skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling. 

The area is also home to the largest winter resort in Finland, where international ski jumping competitions occur. In the summer, Kuusamo is a popular spot for water sports, as the region is dotted with beautiful lakes that offer sailing, fishing, kayaking, and hiking opportunities. 

Kuusamo is an outdoor adventurer’s paradise with breathtaking natural scenery, including rugged forests and picturesque lakeshores. Whether you’re seeking a thrilling winter adventure or a peaceful summer retreat, Kuusamo has something for everyone.

Finland: Off the beaten track

Want to go beyond the usual tourist spots? Salla is a quiet village in the eastern part of Lapland. It’s the perfect spot in Finland for a northern lights tour. Enjoy scenic views, taste traditional Finnish cuisine, and witness the aurora borealis.


Book your Finland vacation with Exoticca


Book your Finland vacation with Exoticca and experience the best of this nordic region. Our expertly crafted packages perfectly balance top tourist spots and hidden gems, ensuring an unforgettable trip.

All-inclusive Finland vacation packages: Flights, hotels, tours & transfers 

Exoticca strives to make your Finland vacation as stress-free as possible by taking care of all the logistics. Our all-inclusive travel packages encompass flights, hotels, tours, transfers, and even some meals.

We ensure all the nitty-gritty details are handled, allowing you to relax and enjoy your well-deserved holiday.

Experience Finland with partially or fully guided tours

Exoticca offers a range of small group tours to Finland, including:

  • Our guided Finland tours are perfect for those who prefer a professional local guide with them throughout the trip.
  • Our escorted trips are ideal for those who want to explore at their own pace with the support of a guide.
  • Our semi-escorted tours allow you to enjoy a mix of group and individual excursions.
  • Our independent tours are designed for travelers who prefer to explore by themselves.


We also give you the option to book a private tour. Reach out for assistance from our travel agents. No matter what type of tour you choose, we guarantee an unforgettable experience in Finland.

Our app contains the digital itinerary of your trip to Finland, both online and offline. Passengers can also access 24/7 in-trip assistance with an internet connection.

Crafted by our own travel experts

We craft a range of packages that cater to every traveler’s wishes. Enjoy everything from authentic cultural experiences in Lapland to vibrant city getaways in Helsinki.

Our Finland trip packages are designed by experienced travel experts with in-depth knowledge of the country’s history, culture, and landscape. They’ve curated over 300 itineraries for more than 60 locations.

Our team partners with local guides and experienced partners to give you a unique and unforgettable experience in Finland. They know how to balance hidden gems with tourist spots, all while keeping you safe and comfortable.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best month to visit Finland?


Each month offers something spectacular. Witness the transcendental northern lights and enjoy snow-related activities like skiing and snowmobiling from November to March. Experience the midnight sun and enjoy outdoor adventures like fishing and kayaking during the warmer months.

Is Finland expensive for a vacation?


The cost depends on various factors, like the duration of your trip, luxury amenities, and chosen activities. Naturally, the peak season is more expensive, but off-season deals and proper planning can make your vacation more affordable.

How many days in Finland are enough?


A short city break in Helsinki can be done in 2–3 days, while exploring Lapland requires a week or more. Spend at least 5–7 days on your Finland vacation to experience the country’s unique culture, natural beauty, and outdoor activities.

What is the most affordable month to go to Finland?


The most affordable month to visit Finland is during the off-season, which runs from around November to May. During this time, prices for accommodation and activities are generally lower, and there are fewer tourists.

Is Finland foreigner-friendly?


Finland is generally foreigner-friendly. The country has a high level of English proficiency, and most locals are helpful and respectful toward visitors.

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Finland holidays are to be transported to the winter since even in the warmer months of the summer you will need to take your coat and gloves with you, as when the afternoon comes you can feel the chill in the air. It is a friendly country where lovers of winter activities and sports will find a wide range of possibilities, especially the farther north you travel.

Located in northern Europe, and with coastlines on the Baltic Sea, the nation of Finland is the most sparsely populated country in the European Union and is known around the world for its unique natural phenomena, such as the Northern Lights and the midnight sun, and for being the home of Santa Claus, who lives in Rovaniemi, in the northernmost region of Finnish Lapland. Year-round, visitors flock to this region to meet the man himself, who is often accompanied by his famous reindeer. 

A Nordic country sandwiched between Norway, Russia, and Sweden, a Finland vacation package is the perfect winter escape. The capital, Helsinki, located on the south coast, is bursting with cultural institutions, museums, churches, and home to the impressive Helsinki Cathedral, the symbol of the city. 

Other large cities include Espoo and Tampere, although a lot of Finland tour packages tend to focus on its amazing countryside or the numerous ski resorts, of which there are at least 75, the largest of which are located in Lapland with unspoiled blankets of snow from December to April. Composed of 19 regions, each with their own regional councils, Finland stands out from other European countries for its unique culture and landscape.


History of Finland

Inhabited since approximately 9000 BC, around the end of the last Ice-Age, hunter-gatherer communities were the first settlers on the territory and ancient artifacts and stone tools show that these communities shared a lot in common with other Baltic and Russian civilizations at the time. 

From the 8th century onwards, Finland was considered a trading power of the Baltics, exporting wares such as fur to the courts of Europe. In the 12th century, the influence of neighboring nations, particular Sweden, began to grow, as the Swedish colonized coastal Finland during the Northern Crusades, introducing Christianity and imparting elements of culture which are still seen today, for example in the prevalence of the Swedish language. 

Visitors on a Finland holiday package will also notice the distinct Russian influence, evident in some of the architecture found in the capital, such as the imposing Senate Square and Orthodox churches like the Upenskin Cathedral. The main period of Russian influence in Finland began in 1809, when the country was incorporated into the Russian Empire, during the Golden Years of the Tsars. The country managed to shake off Russian control following the Russian Revolution in 1917, which sparked a period of intense civil war in Finland, although the Finnish Republic was declared at the end of 1918. 

The Second World War also had repercussions for Finland as it was during this time that Russian forces again occupied a number of islands and regions under Finnish territory and later demanded war reparations. In order to afford the demands of the Russians, the country quickly industrialized, leading to prompt development and the adoption of a number of Nordic models to suit the revitalized economy, in particular, the Nordic welfare state model. 

Nowadays, Finland is considered one of the world’s most prosperous countries, with a fantastic education system, a high equality ranking and a strong sense of stability. Like a number of Nordic countries, Finland is admired by much of the world for its way of life, and a trip to Finland is a perfect insight into its culture, history and the daily lives of its citizens.


Nature in Finland

As one of the world’s most northernmost countries, Finland boasts a rich array of diverse landscapes and brilliant natural attractions and National Parks. Magical seasonal changes are characteristic of Finland, with long summer days, the revival of nature in the spring, leafy autumn months and snowy winters. 

A large amount of the country is barely developed, promising an abundance of wildlife and unimaginably beautiful countryside. A quarter of the country is located within the Arctic Circle, and in the northernmost regions, the Midnight Sun endures for around 70 consecutive days in the summer, with the sun remaining above the horizon for over two months.

To experience this natural phenomenon is an extremely attractive prospect for travelers on a Finland holiday package; there are very few places on earth where the sun shines eternally for such a long period of time. Another rare natural phenomenon is the iconic Northern Lights, most visible during autumn and spring in Lapland, where the dazzling, dancing colors of solar flares can be seen as frequently as every other night if the sky is clear. With around 60 native mammals, a trip to Finland is ideal for animal lovers who want to catch sight of some of the country’s most iconic wild animals such as the grey wolf, wolverines and the majestic brown bear, of which there are approximately 1,500. 

A real icon of the country, brown bears can be found in the ‘Wild East’ where, during the summer, sightings are almost guaranteed. Finland’s national bird, the whooper swan is another wildlife highlight, whilst the country’s marine life is characterized by populations of whales, seals, and seabirds.

Known as the Land of a Thousand Lakes, although there are actually as many as 188,000 lakes, covering 10% of the country’s territory, Finn’s traditionally head to lakeside cottages in the summer to soak up the abundance of nature and swim in the glistening water. Two of the most prominent lakes in the country are Lake Inari and Lake Saimaa, the latter of which is home to the endangered Ringed Seal, and the only place in the world where these unique freshwater seals can be found. 

Despite balmy summers, those preparing for a holiday to Finland during the winter must be prepared to face its frigid temperatures. Although the capital city and south of the country are no match for the weather experienced in the more northern regions, the mean daily temperature can still sit below zero for the entire winter period, whilst up in Lapland, home of Sami people, the harshest winter nights can see temperatures fall as low as minus 45 degrees Celsius! The great outdoors is truly respected and celebrated in Finland.


Culture in Finland

Finland is often heralded for its positive community spirit and open-minded culture, making it a pleasant country to holiday in and to a great place to get to know the locals. Not only was it the first European country to grant universal suffrage in 1906, allowing everyone to vote, it is also known for its progressive laws and policies and enshrines many unique freedoms for the benefit of its citizens. 

One example of this is the Finnish concept of ‘Everyman’s Rights’ which ensures that everyone, including visitors, has the right to roam freely around the countryside and natural areas such as forests, lakes, and rivers without the permission of landowners, proof of the significance of the great outdoors to the Finnish. Even Finnish Design, world-renowned for its practicality and pleasing aesthetics, integrate natural shapes, materials, and designs in order to bring nature into everyday life.

The role of religion is also at the heart of Finnish culture; as much as 70% of the population are members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, and the capital of Helsinki is home to a wonderful array of religious institutions, cathedrals, and churches, many of which are unmissable sightseeing destinations on a tour of Finland. 

The sauna is perhaps the most iconic element of the country’s cultural landscape; there are so many saunas in Finland that the number equates to one per household and there is even a sauna inside the parliament buildings! With the purpose of relaxation and rejuvenation, a visit to a sauna is a must-do activity on a Finland holiday package, if only because it is the best way to interact with the locals. 

Finally, it is true that the country is considered one of the safest in the world, the good nature of its people ensure that it might be one of the few places on earth where lost items such as wallets are almost always returned to their rightful owners!

The land of the midnight sun, Finland captivates visitors with its imaginative approach to nature. Despite the intense nature of its winters, the country embraces the snow, ice, frozen lakes and darkness to become one of Europe’s best-kept secrets. Experience the dazzle of the Northern Lights, go skiing under the midnight sun and refresh yourself in a glistening lake on a warm summers evening on a trip to Finland.


What to know before traveling to Finland

  • Entry requirements

    Passport with a minimum of 6 months validity required.

  • Visa

    A Visa is not required to enter the country for stays up to 90 days.

  • Time zone

    UTC + 02:00.

  • Currency


  • Language

    Finnish and Swedish

  • Tourist Office website

  • Electricity

    220 V. European style plug.

  • Other useful information

    Finland is a country of interesting contrasts like the four seasons, the midnight sun and the winter darkness, the urban and the rural, the east and the west...

  • Health

    There are no mandatory vaccinations for travellers from the US.

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