Please be aware that Daylight Saving Time
(DST) changes in Finland do not necessarily occur on the same date every year.
In Finland, DST starts on the last Sunday in March and ends on the last Sunday in October.
Facts About Finland
Information for Travelers
Finland is a northern European country bordering Sweden
The capital, Helsinki, stretches across a peninsula and the neighboring islands of the Baltic Sea.
From the vibrant art-filled cities of Helsinki and Turku to the depths of the boreal forests and sparsely populated outer archipelago, Finland remains a relatively undiscovered corner of Europe.
Probably because it is so far from the main tourist routes, the country's many cultural and historical attractions add to the unspoiled natural environment to make it an ideal destination.
The northern lights can be seen in the vast wilderness of national parks and ski areas in the arctic province of Lapland.
Its lakes, hills, rivers and vast wilderness, together with the certainty of winter snow, make it a Nordic playground for winter and summer activities.
In addition to the 18th-century island fortress Suomenlinna, Helsinki is also home to the modern Design District and numerous museums.
You'll find the architecture of some of the greatest Finnish architects, especially Eliel Saarinen, who designed the Helsinki Railway Station, a landmark in early modern architecture.
Within easy reach of Helsinki are the charming smaller towns of Turku and Porvoo.
Read about Finland in Wikipedia