Finland national and regional recommendations to prevent spread of COVID-19 epidemic National recommendation to work remotely Due to the widespread increase in COVID-19 cases nationwide, the Government recommends that employees in the Read More
Corona virus quarantine period cut to 10 days The quarantine and isolation time linked with the corona virus is being reduced in Finland. The changes to the instructions take effect on Monday, Read More
Visit Lapland wants to support local entrepreneurs and small businesses in Lapland to try to get through this difficult time. Visit Lapland offers local entrepreneurs and small businesses in Lapland visibility and potential Read More
Rovaniemi, the capital of Lapland, has been ranked as the No.1 winter destination in Europe for 2020-2021 by one of the most respected travel sites in the world, Lonely Planet. The ‘official’ Read More
On 8 October, the Government adopted a decision on restrictions on entry into the country, which will enter into force on 12 October. Restrictions on entry will be reintroduced for traffic between Read More
Travellers from the risky countries can come to visit Finland with a negative corona test and stay maximum one week without quarantine. Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) suggests that government’s Read More
As a place that lives off seasonal tourism, Lapland is in trouble. The current global situation has raised important questions about the future of tourism and tourism education and new innovations are Read More
Can’t travel to Lapland this year? Missing the peace and quiet of the beautiful Lappish nature? Travel bug itching so bad it’s nearly impossible to stay still? Due to stationary travel restrictions, you may not have dared to book your holiday to Lapland this year (yet!). But fear not, there are also ways to experience Lapland from home. Visit Lapland has gathered 10 tips that provide to all your five senses and help you get in the spirit of Lapland!