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EXPLORE MUSLIM-FRIENDLY PACKAGES IN FINLAND
Russia to the East, Norway to the North, and Sweden to the west make up Finland’s boundaries. The nation has all the benefits of a modern welfare state, from its pleasant little towns to its vast natural regions. Lakes cover nearly 10% of Finland, and there are about as many islands as lakes in Finland.
This is the northernmost area of the nation, where you may view the Northern Lights in the winter and the midnight sun in the summer. Finland is also known as the “home” of Santa Claus, and there is a sizable tourism business in Lapland that caters to children and adults interested in the legend of Santa Claus.
Although sometimes grouped with Scandinavia, Finland is not a part of the region. Many Finns don’t even realize that “Nordic nations” is the more accurate word since it includes Finland. The nation has two official languages, although Swedish is one of them. It is state policy that Finnish and Swedish are both spoken in the nation, and the Swedish-speaking population makes up 5.5% of the total.
Northern Finland enjoys the Midnight Sun at the summer solstice when the sun does not set (if above the Arctic Circle), and it does not become dark anywhere in Finland. Contrast this with the Arctic Night, when the sun never rises in the North throughout the winter.