All inclusive holidays in Finland

No Expedia cancellation fee to change or cancel almost any hotel reservation
Collect both Expedia+ and Nectar points
24/7 Support
  • Finland All inclusive holidays

    Enclosed by the wooded landscape of the Boreal Forest and often shrouded in snow, Finland holidays are ideal if you want an all-inclusive package break, as you can spend most of your time enjoying the amenities of your resort at no extra cost, before trekking out into the snow or to explore the forest itself. Many all-inclusive trips to Finland are themed around Lapland and its links with Christmas, making this a particularly perfect place for a break if you have small children in tow.

    Finland - an awe-inspiring landscape

    It's impossible to go on holidays to Finland and not be struck by its intense natural beauty, especially in the north. As you head north through Finland, you reach important borders like the beginning of Finnish Lapland - the part of the country where you will probably stay if you take a Santa tour. There's the beginning of the Boreal Forest, a band of woodland that passes not only across the breadth of Northern Europe but can be found in North America too, like a green collar running around the whole world.

    Finally you pass north of the Arctic Circle, and into the land of the midnight sun. The Finnish summer lasts for 73 days, and during this time the sun never sets, while in winter it never rises above the horizon for 51 days. This makes for an experience which, while it is not 'unique' to Finland, is still a once-in-a-lifetime sensation for many visitors.

    What does all-inclusive cover in Finland?

    Finland is a special destination for all-inclusive holidays, and there are certain things that might be part of your ticket price, on top of just the flights, accommodation, and food and drink that you would ordinarily expect. For instance, you might find yourself booking an all-inclusive Santa tour in Finland or Finnish Lapland, and this should also cover the cost of entertainment and probably meeting Santa himself in person.

    What else should I see in Finland?

    The name of the Boreal Forest might bring to mind the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, and these are worth looking skyward for once darkness sets in. The further north you stay on your holidays in Finland, the brighter this eerie natural light show is likely to be, especially if you book your stay in a hotel away from the main towns and cities, so there is less light pollution to block your view.

    Why should I choose an all-inclusive holiday to Finland?

    Choosing a cheap all-inclusive holiday to Finland means you can put aside budgeting worries and get on with enjoying this extraordinary place. Your northern adventure will be a time of great discovery, you may be lucky enough to glimpse the Aurora Borealis as well as magical landscapes and perhaps even Santa. Booking an all-inclusive holiday to Finland means you can concentrate on the wonderful things to see rather than worry about your everyday costs. When your accommodation, meals and drinks are all taken care of you can concentrate on enjoying your holiday to the full.

Holiday Types