Finland is the land of nature – characterized by vast green forests and blue lakes. The wilderness can still be experienced here, in the peace and unspoiled nature of the far north. Even the capital is green and only a short walk away from idyllic national parks, and the vast archipelago. Finland is the happiest country in the world, a land of contrasts and land of interaction between man and nature.
Finland is a very special country, which stands out above all others for its breathtaking, almost untouched natural landscape. It is very diverse – but always characterized by forests and water. Divided into four large regions, Finland presents itself from different perspectives, which are full of contrasts and complement each other. Endless expanses in the north, islands, skerries, and rocks off the coast, lakes in the east, a green capital in the south, and forests everywhere – in the restful tranquility of the Nordic nature you can switch off and relax, be active, and explore. You can even find nature in Finnish design because for the Finns, nature and the sustainable use of resources are a way of living. Everyman's Right makes it easy for us to explore Finland's nature and to move freely everywhere. At seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, you can experience Finnish culture particularly well.
The land of contrasts is friendly in spring and summer especially. When the days get brighter and warmer, the Finns are drawn outside. In the south, you can watch nature grow, green, and blossom while skiing is still possible in the north. To welcome the sun properly, there are numerous parties and events, and if you want to relax, it is best to rent a lake house with its own sauna, Finnish style. When summer arrives, Finns are compensated for the long winter and celebrate the season of sunshine at festivals and concerts – the highlight is, of course, the Midsummer Festival, one of Finland's most important national holidays.