Renting a Motorhome, Rv, Campervan in Finland
How to rent a motorhome in Helsinki Finland
Motorhome, Rv, Campervan, rental in Helsinki, Vantaa international airport, Helsingfors, Rovaniemi Finland
Motorhome, Rv, Camper van, rentals search in Finland. How to rent a motorhome in Finland. Finland is fragmented, that means that there are no motorhome rental companies covering all of Finland. A consequence of this is that there are very few RV companies that offer a one way service within Finland. The main supplier McRent offers rentals from Helsinki, Helsingfors, Rovaniemi and a few other cities. Find the best prices for your motorhome holiday in Sweden.
Finland is the land of lakes and forests. When arriving in Finland, chances are you’ll be landing in Helsinki. You can have a motorhome waiting for you at Vantaa international airport or have one deliverded to your Hotel.It`s easy. Motorhome hire and camper van rental in beautiful Finland, with online availability, and a large range of motorhome and camper van rental models.Traveling through Finland by motorhome is one of the best ways to see Finland with new fantastic sights around almost every turn.
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You can rent a motorhome and have it delivered to the airport in Helsinki, Helsingfors, Rovaniemi or if you prefer to combine a hotel holiday with a motorhome trip have the motorhome delivered to your hotel when you are ready for your road trip.
Helsinki, the capital of Finland, is a vibrant seaside city of beautiful islands and great green parks. The city’s rhythm is laid back yet at the same time refreshingly active in terms of both the number and quality of restaurants and nightclubs. Helsinki is a compact city easily explored on foot. Design, architecture, culture and shopping are all great exploration angles and large park areas, forests, lakes, and the coastline with numerous islands sprinkled off it make certain there’s no shortage of natural presence. Needless to say, there’s something going on in Helsinki every day of the year.
Geography in Finland
Finland is three times the size of Ohio. It is heavily forested and contains thousands of lakes, numerous rivers, and extensive areas of marshland. Except for a small highland region in the extreme northwest, the country is a lowland less than 600 ft (180 m) above sea level. Off the southwest coast are the Swedish-populated Åland Islands (581 sq mi; 1,505 sq km), which have had an autonomous status since 1921.
Flora in Finland
Finland is situated entirely within the northern zone of coniferous forests. Forests cover about 65% of the total area (53% pines, 28% spruces, 19% birches) and make Finland one of the most densely forested countries of Europe. Pines and spruces grow so well because of the arid and poor soil. In the northern parts, Finnish Lapland, small birches grow. The soil is also covered with reindeer moss and there are some arctic flowers. Finland has 42,000 km2 protected woods. In the woods, south of the arctic circle, many kinds of berries grow, like raspberries. The lakes of Finland are covered with water lilies. Lapland has a tundra- and mountain vegetation. The many rocky islands don’t have many flowers, but very colourful ones. Marguerites, buttercups and bluets flower throughout the country. Remarkable are also the many kinds of mushrooms which are collected and eaten by the Finnish.
Fauna in Finland
Because of the northerly location of Finland there are not much variety in the animal world. There are still wild bear, wolves, lynxes, foxes, elk and wolverines, but not many. The reindeer herds have also diminished. A characteristic animal in Lapland is the lemming, which lives on the high and flat mountains above the tree line. The protected elk lives mostly in the south of Lapland in the woods and swampy areas. Furbearer animals like mink, marten and ermine live throughout the country. There are eleven species of frogs and reptiles in Finland. The adder is the only poisonous snake. There are about 350 kinds of birds of which 230 kinds are migratory birds. Eagles and owls are protected. Many birds live in the woods and in the swampy and mossy areas, like gallinaceous birds. In the Finnish seas and lakes 77 species of fish thrive, half of them freshwater fish. Pike, perch, bass, salmon and trout are the most common.
Languages in Finland
Not only Finnish, but also Swedish is an official language in Finland. The majority of the people (93.5 percent) speaks Finnish as first language; 6.3 percent spreaks Swedish. The Sami in the north speak Sami or Lapps. In a few places Russian can be heard. Most people in Finland speak some english.
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