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Finland, the land of thousand lakes, a modern welfare state in Northern Europe borders with Sweden, Rusia and Norway. Actually Suomi, as the Finns call their country has more than 180 thousand lakes and islands.

Helsinki, the capital city of Suomi, has a lot of Scandinavian architecture and features, although technically Finland is not located on the Scandinavian peninsula.

The country is divided in several regions, the most well known being Lapland where the mythical mountain of Korvatunturi, the home of Santa Claus, can be found. Above the artic circle the Northern Lights can be seen in the winter and midnight sun during the short summer period. The most important cities of the country are Helsinki, Turku, Kuopio, Jyväskylä, Oulu, Tampere, Rovaniemi, Savonlinna, Vaasa, Seinäjoki, Lappeenranta.

Car rental in Finland is generally not cheap, but online price comparison websites may be of help if you want to rent a car in Finland. Helsinki-Vantaa, where Finnair Flybe Nordic and Blue are based, is the most important airport of the country. At Helsink airport international car hire companies like Avis, Hertz, Budget, Sixt or Europcar can be found. Other airports used as hub by airlines like Ryanair or Whizz Air are Tampere, Lappeenranta or Turku.

The roads in Finland are well maintained. If you are not used to cold weather conditions and your rent a vehicle in Finland winter driving can be hazardous. Make sure that your rental vehicle is equipped with the right equipment and winter tyres. The vehicle lights must be kept on at all times and drivers must stay very alert, as collisions with moose or deer are common accidents, especially in Lapland.