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Western Finland

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Western Finland (Länsi-Suomi) is a region of Finland. In 2010, it was administratively split into Western and Inner Finland (Länsi- ja Sisä-Suomi), for Tampere, Jyväskylä, Central Finland, and the coast near Vaasa, and Southwestern Finland (Lounais-Suomi), for the area near Turku.

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Western Finland is divided into seven regions.

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Other destinations[edit]

  • Isojoki, Lauhanvuori National Park
  • Jalasjärvi, Pirunpesä, deepest earth erotion in Europe
  • Kangasala, home to famously beautiful lakes and ridges
  • Lappajärvi, unique crater lake.
  • Alavus is located in the province of Western Finland and is part of the Southern Ostrobothnia region
  • Närpes (Närpiö), tomato capital of Finland with their own special Swedish dialect
  • Nokia, the former home of a certain rubber boot company that went high-tech
  • Rauma (Raumo), beautifully preserved old town which is on the UNESCO world heritage list
  • Rautalampi
  • Salamajärvi National Park

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Western Finland has Finland's best connectivity after Helsinki.

By plane[edit]

In addition to a smattering of regional flights, Tampere is the Finnish hub for low-cost airline Ryanair, while Turku also flights some cheap flights on competitor Wizzair.

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Trains between the three major cities of Turku, Tampere and Helsinki are very frequent.

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There is a frequent ferry service from Stockholm, Sweden to Turku.

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