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Finland sounds like Utopia with its natural wonders, clean air and water. It’s also known for its low crime rate, ranked as the world’s safest country in 2019 by the World Economic Forum. Here’s what you need to know to get the best out of your time in Finland.
present a certificate showing COVID-19 vaccines given 14 days prior to arriving in Finland. Please refer to the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare for the approved vaccines.
have a certificate of having had the COVID-19 disease less than 6 months prior to arriving in Finland. You must have fully recovered and present no symptoms. Children born in 2006 or thereafter are not required to take part in a health examination or a COVID-19 test. More information on entry requirements is available on the Finnish Government’s COVID-19 pages.
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Sleep in a glass igloo, meet the nomadic Sámi people, go dog-sledding, and see the northern lights in Finland this winter.
Driving in Finland can be a great way to see the country but there are things to consider before you hop behind the wheel and hit the open road.
Listen to this episode of The World Nomads Podcast Finland, and find out about nudity and sauna etiquette, plus how to shoot the northern lights.
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