Tampere region

The region on Tampere is between the lakes of Näsijärvi and Pyhäjärvi. Around the lakes the region has developed stunning national landscapes, history of infrastructure, important destinations of culture and highlights of sports. The region of Tampere has many destinations for culture enthusiasts and families. Not to forget, Tampere has been named the capital of sauna.
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Destinations: Tampere region

Evo
The Evo Hiking Area is a home of lynxes, beavers and flying squirrels. One of the largest continuous forest areas in Southern Finland invites you to enjoy hiking and fishing. The area has 70 kilometres of marked trails in ridge landscapes between rugged forests and clear forest lakes and ponds. In summer, you can hike, fish, swim, bike or paddle in the area, and in winter, Evo trails invite you to enjoy skiing.

Evo

Forssa
Forssa is a cozy and lively town of approximately 17,000 people with high-quality services just around the corner, always nearby. Forssa has an excellent location in the heart of Southern Finland and the biggest cities are within 150 kilometres from Forssa. Enjoy the fine mixture of good services, fun events, culture, captivating history of Finnish textile industry, present day urban living and a beautiful nature in National Urban Park of Forssa.

Forssa

Hämeenlinna
In Hämeenlinna, you will experience both the city and nature right next to you! Constructed around the medieval Häme Castle, the city offers culture, history, beautiful lakeshore landscapes and interesting activities for all ages. Finland's first national urban park urges people to visit the shores of Vanajavesi and the green Aulanko Nature Reserve.

Hämeenlinna

Jokioinen
The Jokioinen story starts with the land and its farming. In the centre of Jokioinen, the stately manor estate setting with its parklands and plush gardens emanate the atmosphere of a bygone era. During the summer months you can hop on the steam train or give your muscles a workout by taking on of the handcars for a run – in that case it is a good idea to 'tank up' in one of the many restaurants and cafes in Jokioinen.

Jokioinen

Kuhmoinen
Kuhmoinen is knownfor it’s clear lakes and lush nature. Kuhmoinen is located on the west bank of Lake Päijänne. The beautiful Sahanranta harbor with its wide range of services is right next to the idyllic city center. In Isojärvi National Park, you can enjoy pure nature and unique terrain. The nature of Kuhmoinen invites visitors to hike on foot, paddle and mountain bike.

Kuhmoinen

Mänttä-Vilppula
In Mänttä-Vilppula you will find art, history and culinary experiences. Serlachius museums offer exhibitions of high-quality. There are two museums: Art Museum Gösta and Museum Gustaf, which tells stories of history.

Nature trails of Mäntänvuori outdoor area, Vilppulankoski fishing area, Parkkivuori golf course and several other sport centers of the city offer services for nature and sport lovers.

Mänttä-Vilppula

Parkano
Parkano is a city in Finland, located in the province of Pirkanmaa. Parkano is located on the borders of Pirkanmaa, Satakunta and Southern Ostrobothnia, at the intersection of Highways 3 and 23 and along the Tampere-Seinäjoki line. Parkano Train Station is 7 km from the city center.

Parkano

Riihimäki
Riihimäki is a hometown of culture, robotics and encounters. The railway, garrison and glass industry are the cornerstones of Riihimäki's history. The city is known for its glass, theater and the Wilderness Fair. We have a unique museum concentration, the gem of which is the Finnish Museum of Glass. It takes about half an hour to reach Helsinki-Vantaa Airport. Riihimäki is the capital of robotics education, where all children participate in robotics education from preschool.

Riihimäki