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Costa Mayor’s message to Finnish tourists: “We are returning to normal...

Spain has opened its borders to EU and Schengen visitors this week, and authorities are hoping enough tourists come to help boost the economy...

Petrol station networks opening up restaurants and cafes 

Hundreds of petrol stations around the country are getting ready to open up their restaurants and cafes from the beginning of June as coronavirus...

Tourism revenues forecast to slump up to 70% this year

The amount of money spent by domestic and foreign tourists in Finland is forecast to fall by as much as 70% during 2020 due...

Coronavirus quarantine keeps Finns in Tenerife hotel lockdown

Almost two dozen Finns are among a thousand people quarantined at a hotel in the Canary Islands, after three guests were diagnosed with Coronavirus. The...

Estonia visits down, but alcohol imports increase

The number of trips made by Finns to Estonia decline last year by 3%, but the amount of alcohol imported to Finland by travelers...

Museum visitor numbers set new record

The number of people visiting museums in Finland continues to grow, and in 2019 reached a new high. According to new figures from the National...

Confirmed: Finland’s first Wuhan coronavirus patient

A Chinese tourist has been confirmed as the first person in Finland to test positive for the Wuhan coronavirus. The woman is from Wuhan, and...

Capital hotel construction: Experts warn there may be too many rooms

Dozens of new hotel projects underway or planned in the capital city region, potentially adding thousands of new hotel rooms; but experts say it's...

Ciao, hej! Italians and Swedes swell Finland’s tourist numbers

The number of tourists staying overnight in Finland is growing, with Swedes still the biggest group. According to the latest figures from Statistics Finland released...

Finnish backpackers could get Australia tax refund

Finns who have gone on working holidays to Australia could be in line for a tax refund, after a court ruled taxes had been...