Discussion in 'Finland' started by ladiesdown, Oct 21, 2009.
This is true, in fact, Finland, and all of Scandinavia are a relatively expensive travel destination.
Cheap holidays in Finland are possible and some of the things you can do to save money include:
- Stay at the Finland hostels and pensions, campsites, cottage or cabin rental as they're way cheaper than hotels.
- Avoid peak season, which is summer and travel in winter if possible.
- A holiday package that include things like your flight, your accommodations, and your ground transportation are often the best way to secure cheap holidays in Finland.
I agree with Travadvice360, it's a lot cheaper to rent a cabin than to stay in a hotel. That way you can buy your food at the supermarket and cook yourself. If you're staying in cities, a hostel is always a good way to go. Camping is also quite common in Finland.
Actually best way save money is not avoid peak season.. In peak season (summer) go camping areas with own tent, and it's legal in Finland camping out of camping areas. So you can go camping free in nature, where ever you can find nice camping place. Just remember use brains choosing camping ground, don't disturb land owners & people living nearby etc..
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