Finn and dandy

Booth, Joanna
September 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);9/25/2009, p60
Trade Publication
The article profiles Finland from tourism point of view. It is reported that, Finland is a country of 180,000 islands. It is reported that, major share of Finland's tourists arrive in the country in winter, flocking to the northern area known as Lapland, which technically spans areas of Norway, Sweden, and Russia too, but Finland has become synonymous with these winter breaks. However, as stated, beyond Lapland winter product, Finland is not really known at all.


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