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Home » Articles » Destinations » Europe » Finland Travelogue
Finland Travelogue
Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-02-17 06:37:15 (via
Usually when it comes to Finland, the only place you get to read about in travelogue is Helsinki. However this northern piece of heaven has pretty much beautiful and charming things to offer. You never saw Finland's face revealed? here you go!
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-02-18 04:11:49
Is Finland an expensive country? i heard it is! Is everything there expensive or just certain things?

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Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-02-18 09:03:25
hi,Finland is an expensive country,is quiet expensive,when i go to countries,like Jamaica,Spain,Italy,latine American state,or Asia,well things are cheaper,but somethings are cheaper also,nice things to buy,is great to there and see,is a pleasure
Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-02-18 10:22:04
unfortunately Finland is a very expensive country at the moment.
the food is very expensive.
Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-02-18 10:45:23
It is pretty expensive in Finland, in general..
Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-03-01 15:46:21
Yes it is expensive, and thats compared to the UK, it is a great place to visit but be prepared not to buy much to take home and eating out or in is expensive. I went in Feb 09 with my young family, although they are great with kids wherever you go (play areas, parks, coloring and crayons) it is expensive. We took our girls to pizza hut (29 Euros for a large veggie pizza + a child's pizza and 3 soft drinks it cost 51 Euros). Clothing food and alcohol are expensive, and that's just your average places. If you go with kids lots of things are free if they are under 7.
Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-02-18 04:36:40
When would it bets to travel to Finland?
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-02-18 08:06:19
Now a days It's not so snowy (?) like it used to be. so if you like to see snow you would be better travel on January - May, and also somewhere north, but like I live 50 km from Helsinki to south and now it's like 10 cm snow all over the place, but you can't count on it every year.
And if you want to see Finland's beauty you must come June - August, so you can see that beautiful pic in this page ^ alive :D
But after August is all raining and grey until late December. :/

me again Sanna
Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-02-18 09:07:53
wow summer is one of the great time to be in Finland,and winter for snow games,is great to be there,summer Helsinki by night,and other places and cities,go and check it up
Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-02-18 10:20:53
well i live in Finland so for me i would say,in the winter (January-February)
or in the summer (June-August)
Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-02-18 10:48:59
It depends on what you want to see.. If it's the snow and ice, you should be here right about this time of year (January, February) but otherwise July and August is the warmest time. It's pretty beautiful here around the summer.
Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-02-18 11:49:12
Finland is an expensive country, believe me, I'm finnish.
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-02-19 11:31:14
Finland is nice place if u don't live here because its really expensive!best time to come i said is February-mars,its quite sunny but still snow and June-august in summer time.. warmest is July-august.There are in Helsinki much of night clubs, some restaurants and few shopping centers, and countryside have a lot of forest and lakes. and summer time is midnight sun!
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