Discover Finland on two wheels and you’ll be doing it like the locals in one of the cycling capitals of the world!
You begin in the capital of Helsinki before heading to Turku, the country’s oldest city, which was founded in the 13th century.
Spend three days exploring some of the Turku Archipelago’s 20,000 Baltic Sea islands, spanning the waters by ferry and the land by bike. You will wander through the long northern European days discovering picturesque villages and untouched shorelines, and sampling fresh Finnish food and delectable local liqueurs as you go.
• Exploring Helsinki, Finland's capital, including wonderful harbours, Mannerheim Street, the country's parliament and Kiasma contemporary art museum
• Touring the Turku Archipelago, home to quaint villages, pristine nature and welcoming hospitality
• Island-hopping across the archipelago by bike and ferry, stopping at Naantali, an attractive seaside village with cobbled streets and old wooden houses
• Cycling through Turku, the oldest city in Finland and home to a stately castle and numerous handicraft markets