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Fly & Drive De ronde van Finland
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Fly & Drive De ronde van Finland

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Created: Sunday, August 21, 2022 - Departure: Saturday, May 6, 2023
Total price From 4.942 €

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Created: Sunday, August 21, 2022 - Departure: Saturday, May 6, 2023
Destinations: Helsinki, Rauma, Vaasa, Oulu, Rovaniemi, Rukatunturi, Kajaani, Joensuu, Savonlinna, Helsinki
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06 May

Transport from Amsterdam to Helsinki

Departure
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines KLM Royal Dutch Airlines - KL1167
09:50 - Amsterdam, Schiphol (AMS)
13:10 - Helsinki, Helsinki Vantaa (HEL)
2h 20m 0 PC Nonstop
Flight: KL1167
Cabin Class: Economy
06 May

Car rental

Opel Crossland X /AC/A/4dr
A/C 4 doors 4 people
Opel Crossland X /AC/A/4dr or similar
Includes:
Fuel Policy: Pickup full return full
Automatic transmission
Unlimited mileage
Driver age

Minimum 18, Maximum 80

Fuel Policy
General payment terms

2000 EUR charged in CreditCard

Theft protection
Inbegrepen, controleer de voorwaarden
Collision damage waiver
Inbegrepen, controleer de voorwaarden
Pickup

Helsinki Vantaa International luchthaven (Desk at Airport) - Telephone:

Helsinki Vantaa Airport , Helsinki , 1530, Finland

Dropoff

Helsinki Vantaa International luchthaven (Desk at Airport) - Telephone

Helsinki Vantaa Airport , Helsinki , 1530, Finland

06 May
1.

Helsinki

Stop
About the city:Helsinki is situated on a little peninsula on the southern tip of Finland. Approach Helsinki from the sea and you’ll see neoclassical buildings of elegant lines and pastel colours, and a marketplace overflowing with strawberries and salmon. The city has grown with attention to harmony. In summer many residents abandon urban tranquillity for their country cottages, but in winter the capital comes alive with theatre, political institutes and over 20,000 university students. Architecture buffs will love Helsinki. The handsome neoclassical buildings surrounding Senate Square were designed almost singlehandedly by German architect Carl Ludwig Engel in the early 19th century, just after Helsinki replaced Turku as Finland’s capital. The crowning piece is the Lutheran Cathedral, which has recently been refurbished and looks better than ever, with the 12 apostles on the roof once again looking down at the world below. Elsewhere in the city, the bold, simple creations of the city’s great 20th century architects, notably Aalto and Saarinen, blend with the clean neoclassical lines. The stunning Jean Sibelius Monument, dedicated to Finland’s most famous composer, consists of hundreds of steel pipes sculpted by Elia Hiltunen. The monument is in Sibelius Park. The Kansallimuseo, National Museum, has wonderful displays of Finnish culture. The exhibits of the City Museum illustrates the history of the city. The islands surrounding Helsinki make excellent daytrips. The sandy beaches and smooth rocks of Pihlajasaari make it a popular summer spot for tanning Finns. Every summer there are many free outdoor concerts in one of the city’s numerous parks. Afternoons, all kinds of music resound on the leafy Esplanadi. Helsinki is a small city if you compare it to those gigantic cities around the world but the spirit is still quite cosmopolitan. Helsinki is a beautiful city, especially in the summer. The streets are clean and you can always find a peaceful spot, in case you need one. Some say that Helsinki is "the biggest village in the world" and it is a great place for tourism, history, museums, galleries, theatre, music, shopping, restaurants, clubs, etc. all environmentally friendly, free of pollution and traffic congestion.
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06 May

Car journey

256 Kilometers - 2h 58m
Helsinki
Rauma
08 May

Car journey

244 Kilometers - 3h 8m
Rauma
Vaasa
08 May
3.

Vaasa

Stay
About the city:Vaasa is in Ostrobothnia, Western Finland. With almost 20 museums, numerous art galleries and a city orchestra, Vaasa can lay claim to being the cultural heart of Ostrobothnia. A visit to Vaasa is always a rewarding experience, especially when you arrive during the Vaasa Choir Festival, the Korsholm Music Festival, the prestigious Jorma Panula Conducting Competition, or on Vaasa's popular Night of the Arts. Nature lovers know Vaasa for Terranova, which introduces the wonderful Kvarken Archipelago, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and will delight in the Nature Trail at Öjberget which takes in the Öjbergsmossen bog, a giant's pot hole, a 'devil's field' and a dwarf pine-covered meteorite crater.
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09 May

Car journey

323 Kilometers - 4h 6m
Vaasa
Oulu
09 May
4.

Oulu

Stay
About the city:Oulu is a city in Oulu province, northern Finland. One of largest northerly cities in the world, Oulu has grown from an ancient trading centre to a modern city, packed with museums and galleries, and host to numerous cultural and music festivals every year. These include the Oulu Music Video Festival, the International Children's Film Festival and the Musixine Music Film competition, the rock festival Qstock, Jalometalli Metal Music Festival and Jalometalli Winterfest, the Festival of Irish Music, the Oulu Music Festival in winter, the Oulunsalo Music Festival in summer.
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10 May

Car journey

221 Kilometers - 2h 49m
Oulu
Rovaniemi
10 May
5.

Rovaniemi

Stay
About the city:Lying just south of the Arctic Circle, Rovaniemi is the Finnish capital of Lapland. It is located at the confluence of Lapland's mighty rivers Kemijoki and Ounasjoki. Beautiful colours all year round, relatively warm summers, real snowy winters, Santa Claus, many sport resorts, great hotels and services, for all this and more Rovaniemi is an obligatory northern stop. Moreover, it is a good place to explore the Lapland region and to observe the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. The Lumberjack Candle Bridge, Jätkänkynttilä, has become a symbol of Rovaniemi. The bridge has a high pylon with bright yellow light on top and a massive bronze lumberjack statue. The Arktikum museum is a one-stop cultural centre for all things Arctic, it is dedicated to exhibits relating to Lapland's geology, climate, plants, animal life and cultures. Aside from the exhibits, the Arktikum's highlight is definitely its long glass corridor with its views on the river behind the building. Outside Arktikum there's a garden of arctic plants. Rovaniemi is, of course, Santa Claus hometown. At Santa Claus Village you can meet Santa Claus, send friends and relatives greetings from the Arctic Circle at the Santa Claus Post Office and visit the Christmas Exhibition, which explains some of the Christmas traditions from around the world. Rovaniemi is the best place to make a Christmas wishlist and to experience awe-inspiring wilderness, traditional Sámi culture, and enjoy a range of different activities surrounded by a wonderful natural landscape.
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12 May

Car journey

205 Kilometers - 2h 38m
Rovaniemi
Rukatunturi
12 May
6.

Rukatunturi

Stay
About the city:Rukatunturi (Finnish: Ruka) is a 490 metres (1,610 ft) high fell and a ski resort in Kuusamo, Finland. Apart from downhill skiing, there are over 500 km of cross-country skiing tracks. Also snowmobiles can be rented to enjoy some of the area's 600 km of snowmobile routes (of which 100 km are safari organizers' private routes). Ruka is also the southern end of the Karhunkierros hiking trail. The total of trails in Ruka and Kuusamo area is: 160 km of hiking trails, 605 km of biking routes, 350 km of classified paddling routes (including class 1–4 whitewater paddling) and 100 km of boating routes. In winter 1954, the first slope, now called "Eturinne" ("Front Slope"), was opened. The current number of slopes is 29, operated with 20 ski lifts (one high-speed detachable chair with bubble). There's effective snowmaking on all runs by almost 90 snowguns and 5 groomers. Ruka has turned into a diverse tourist centre whose year-round usage is growing. In winter there are for example Nordic skiing World Cup competitions. FIS Nordic Combined season starts yearly in Ruka (Nordic Opening). There are also annual national competitions in alpine and freestyle skiing, and there have been international competitions in these sports, too. Ruka has one of the longest ski seasons in Europe, starting usually in October and ending in June. During the main season ski lifts are open daily from 9.30 am until 7 pm. There's also night skiing on Fridays 7–11 pm (usually from December until mid-April). In November 2010 the Ruka Pedestrian Village became ready. Ruka now has an underground car park for 320 vehicles. The car park is heated in winters. Now it is possible to walk from the hotels to the slopes without crossing any roads.
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15 May

Car journey

272 Kilometers - 3h 17m
Rukatunturi
Kajaani
16 May

Car journey

230 Kilometers - 2h 44m
Kajaani
Joensuu
17 May

Car journey

141 Kilometers - 1h 55m
Joensuu
Savonlinna
17 May
9.

Savonlinna

Stay
About the city:Savonlinna, Swedish Nyslott, is a small city in South Savonia province, Eastern Finland, close to the Russian border. The region offers a wealth of cultural attractions from the world-renowned Opera Festival to high-class concerts and intriguing museums and galleries. Active holidaymakers will find plenty to do on the sunny shores of Saimaa as there is a wide variety of activities and pursuits available. Various distinctive boutiques, idyllic cafes and high-class restaurants, offering a friendly service and warm hospitality, add to the unrivalled charming atmosphere of the Savonlinna region.
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19 May

Car journey

334 Kilometers - 3h 52m
Savonlinna
Helsinki
19 May
10.

Helsinki

Stay
About the city:Helsinki is situated on a little peninsula on the southern tip of Finland. Approach Helsinki from the sea and you’ll see neoclassical buildings of elegant lines and pastel colours, and a marketplace overflowing with strawberries and salmon. The city has grown with attention to harmony. In summer many residents abandon urban tranquillity for their country cottages, but in winter the capital comes alive with theatre, political institutes and over 20,000 university students. Architecture buffs will love Helsinki. The handsome neoclassical buildings surrounding Senate Square were designed almost singlehandedly by German architect Carl Ludwig Engel in the early 19th century, just after Helsinki replaced Turku as Finland’s capital. The crowning piece is the Lutheran Cathedral, which has recently been refurbished and looks better than ever, with the 12 apostles on the roof once again looking down at the world below. Elsewhere in the city, the bold, simple creations of the city’s great 20th century architects, notably Aalto and Saarinen, blend with the clean neoclassical lines. The stunning Jean Sibelius Monument, dedicated to Finland’s most famous composer, consists of hundreds of steel pipes sculpted by Elia Hiltunen. The monument is in Sibelius Park. The Kansallimuseo, National Museum, has wonderful displays of Finnish culture. The exhibits of the City Museum illustrates the history of the city. The islands surrounding Helsinki make excellent daytrips. The sandy beaches and smooth rocks of Pihlajasaari make it a popular summer spot for tanning Finns. Every summer there are many free outdoor concerts in one of the city’s numerous parks. Afternoons, all kinds of music resound on the leafy Esplanadi. Helsinki is a small city if you compare it to those gigantic cities around the world but the spirit is still quite cosmopolitan. Helsinki is a beautiful city, especially in the summer. The streets are clean and you can always find a peaceful spot, in case you need one. Some say that Helsinki is "the biggest village in the world" and it is a great place for tourism, history, museums, galleries, theatre, music, shopping, restaurants, clubs, etc. all environmentally friendly, free of pollution and traffic congestion.
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21 May

Transport from Helsinki to Amsterdam

Return
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines KLM Royal Dutch Airlines - KL1170
18:15 - Helsinki, Helsinki Vantaa (HEL)
19:50 - Amsterdam, Schiphol (AMS)
2h 35m 0 PC Nonstop
Flight: KL1170
Cabin Class: Economy
Total price From 4.942 €
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