Nuuksio National Park is one of Finland’s many national parks. Famous for it’s typical Finland scenery of green forestry and lakes. The park is suitable for all members of, even those with the littlest of legs. The park has worked hard to make it accessible to all, despite the challenges of the rugged landscapes. The areas around Haukkalampi and Kattila it is possible to use wheelchair to access the site. With hiking trails, biking trails and camping, there is lots to see and do at Nuuksio National Park.

The EMMA or Espoo Museum of Modern Art is Finland’s largest art museum. The EMMA is an art museum that believes in the power of art to inspire. It wants to evoke a unique visual and spatial experience. It hosts 8-10 exhibitions annually, accompanied by an extensive and varied line-up of other events. A must see for any modern art lover.

If you fancy a little something more unique and adventurous. Why not take a dip in the ice cold waters of one of Finland’s many swimming holes. While once thought of as something for the older generation today it is growing in popularity with younger generations. Many people opting to do this alongside conventional spa treatments. If you are brave enough to take the plunge this experience will leave you feeling fantastic and refreshed.

Serena Waterpark & Ski Resort is the largest indoor waterpark in Scandinavia. It is the most well-known Street Ski Track close to Helsinki. With activities open in all seasons its the perfect place to visit any time of the year. With water slides and rides both inside and outside, its a great place to spend the day.

Travelling to Espoo by Ferry

Unfortunately there are no direct ferries from the UK to Finland. There are no direct ferries operating between Britain and Scandinavia in general.

However, you can still reach Finland by ferry using either our Newcastle to Amsterdam or Hull to Rotterdam routes and continue to enjoy safe and relaxing ferry travel to mainland Europe, then into Scandinavia.