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From current events to congress inspiration, here is what’s happening in Finland.
Helsinki is Finland’s capital and one of Europe's fastest growing cities. Explore the region and its efforts to become the world’s most functional city.
Learn why Espoo, Finland’s second largest city and the home of Aalto University, is an ideal place to host your meeting or conference.
Discover Joensuu, the lively capital of Lakeland’s North Karelia region and a centre of Finnish trade, culture, education and technology.
Jyväskylä, a city in central Finland, is known for its achievements in science and technology and promotes itself as the Human Technology City.
Explore Kajaani’s many attractions and stunning natural beauty and find out why events there are on the rise.
Discover the Sea Lapland area and learn why the Kemi Culture Centre is an iconic congress destination.
Discover Kuopio, a centre of industry and the capital of Lakeland, which also hosts a wide variety of cultural events.
Set by beautiful Lake Vesijärvi, Lahti was 2021’s European Green Capital. View its many attractions and plan your meeting or conference in Finnish Lakeland.
Lappeenranta, in southeastern Finland, is a centre of tourism and higher education that's renowned for its natural beauty.
Levi, a micro-city 180 miles north of the Arctic Circle, has plenty of things to do and is Finland's most popular ski location.
Read about Mariehamn and the Åland Islands, an archipelago in the middle of the Baltic Sea that's easily accessible via boat or plane.
Learn about Oulu, the fastest growing city in Arctic Europe, and discover why it hosts more than 700 events per year.
Read about Pyhä-Luosto National Park and the nearby amethyst mine and find out why this area of Finnish Lapland is a unique spot for meetings.
Explore Rovaniemi, the capital of Finnish Lapland, and unique venues including Arktikum, Korundi, and the Alvar Aalto-designed Lappia Hall.
From the Northern Lights to reindeer farms, Ruka-Kuusamo offers plenty of exciting activities. Learn more and plan your event in Finnish Lapland.
Plan your meeting or conference in Saariselkä, the northernmost holiday resort in the world, and enjoy Lapland’s many unique activities.
Read about Seinäjoki, one of Finland’s fastest growing urban centres, and explore its long history of event and conference hosting.
Discover research- and innovation-focused Tampere and plan your meeting in the city known as “Northern Europe’s best kept secret.”
Turku is Finland’s oldest city and former capital. Learn more about its long history as a technology and education hub.
Read about Vaasa, Finland’s sunniest city, and find out why it’s international flair makes it a great place for congresses and events.
Explore the villages of Ylläs in Lapland, located north of the Arctic Circle, and the natural beauty of its seven fells.
Have questions? Need inspiration? Check out these helpful guides and practical tips as you plan your event in Finland.
Encounter the true winter wonderland and experience the invigorating snow activities, organise your next event on a private island and have a sneak peek to some of the coolest new hotel concepts.
Explore some special venues that stand out from the crowd, discover inspiring success stories and read about a new brand in Finland’s hotel scene.
Explore unforgettable nature experiences and visit a brand new premium lodge in Lapland
Inspiring stories from the land of the midnight sun: Turku wins bid for ISCRE28, Tampere has a new Congress Ambassador, Helsinki hosts a successful ECTS Congress and Solo Sokos Hotel Helsinki reopens after a renovation.
Did you know that Finland’s archipelago is the largest in the world? Discover where to meet us, the latest news around water fun, UNESCO Global Geopark, and more.
Finland has been named the happiest country in the world by the UN World Happiness Report five times in a row. Discover inspiring success stories and read about the reopening of one of the most legendary hotels in Finland.