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Finland Timeshares

Imagine your next vacation in a country that is home to Santa Claus, the Northern Lights, the midnight sun and a million saunas. A Finland timeshare offers you all these incredible experiences and more. From historic villages and lively modern cities to Arctic wonderlands, Finland offers exciting things to do no matter what time of year you visit.

Helsinki

The country’s capital city is a great place to get an appreciation of Finland’s history, culture and friendly spirit. The vibrant sea city is known for its ample seafood restaurants and main attractions that include the Suomenlinna Fortress, Helsinki Cathedral and underground Temppeliaukio Church.

Trace Finland’s vast history at the National Museum. Browse the bustling Market Square for handicrafts and souvenirs. From your Finland timeshare you can enjoy coffee in the market cafe while watching fishing boats and cruise ships in the harbor.

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city’s lively nightlife with its array of vodka bars, dance clubs, karaoke bars and live performance venues.

Lapland

The country’s northernmost region, the Lapland is known for its awe-inspiring Arctic wilderness, ski resorts and the indigenous Sami tribe. If you love snow sports, this is where you want to visit for downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing, dog-sledding and ice fishing.

Check out the Kemi Snow Castle, built completely from ice. Visit your Finland timeshare between November and May for the best chance to see the magical Northern Lights here.

Rovaniemi

The doorway to the Lapland, this modern city is also considered the official home of Santa Claus. Bring the kids here any day of the year to see Father Christmas and his elves at the Santa Claus Village and enjoy reindeer rides, a toy factory and much more.

Savonlinna

The starting point for exploring Finland’s beautiful Lakeland region in the southeast, Savonlinna is an enchanting town where you can enjoy water activities, birdwatching and camping. Tour the medieval St. Olaf’s Castle and attend the annual Opera Festival here during the summer.

Old Rauma

Old Rauma is one of the oldest towns in Finland. Explore this World Heritage Site to see more than 600 well-preserved wooden buildings, including a 15th-century Franciscan monastery.

Turku

Another of Finland’s oldest towns is Turku. Be sure to see the impressive cathedral, medieval castle and captivating museums. Hang around to experience the unique nightlife among the floating boat bars docked along the Aurajoki River.

Finnish Saunas

Any Finland timeshare vacation must include a dip in one of the country’s saunas. While most Finnish homes feature these steamy, wooden baths, one of the most popular public venues is the wood-fired sauna found in the Kallio district of Helsinki.

Outdoor Recreation

Nearly 80 percent of Finland is covered by forests, water and national parks, making it the perfect playground for nature and outdoor lovers who want to go trekking, mountain biking and wildlife viewing.

One of the best places for outdoor fun is Lemmenjoki National Park, where you can hike, pan for gold and see birds, elks, reindeer and bears. Hike the Arctic Trail to see amazing scenery.

Home to more than 1,000 lakes, the Lakeland region offers fishing, canoeing, sailing, swimming, water skiing, jet-skiing and more.

If you love beaches, check out Helsinki’s popular beach, Hietaniemi, or head out to the sunny island of Seurasaari, just outside the capital city.

When to Visit

The best time to visit your Finland timeshare depends on your interests. If you enjoy snow sports or want to see the Northern Lights, the best time is between November and March. December in the Lapland is extremely busy with Christmas festivities. Summer (June to September) is the peak season, offering long, warm days. For mild weather and lower prices, you might try the low shoulder of May.

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