Heading to Finland for your next holiday? Have you considered booking a campervan hire in Helsinki? Think of the advantages of a mobile home and make the most of your stay in Finland. With a home on wheels you are free to plan your own holiday. Travel through the country and visit other cities like Turku, Tampere, or Rovaniemi in the north. Begin with a search for a suitable campervan model on our website. Auto Europe offers you a large selection of different motorhomes for all your needs. Book the perfect vehicle for you and your travel companions on our website with a few easy steps. If you have any queries, we are here for you on the telephone number +498941207298. Our specialist team will be happy to assist you and help you choose and book just the right motorhome.
In order to provide you with an overview of camping facilities in the region, we have selected some campsite examples. Take a look at the list we have prepared to have an idea of what you can expect to find in Finland, or book your stay in advance. Prepare your adventure with a campervan hire in Helsinki so that you can make the most of your visit to Finland.
|Rastila Camping||This place is only 8 miles north-east of Helsinki. 133 mobile pitches are available for mobile homes, all supplied with power and most of them have wireless Internet access. There is an indoor pool and a beautiful sandy beach near the premises. Additionally, there is a sauna, two restaurants, a bicycle rental service and a children's playground. Sanitary facilities are supplied with hot water.|
|Espoo Oittaa Campsite||Espoo Oittaa Campsite is located near the town of Espoo, about 16 miles from Helsinki. There are plenty of parking spaces for mobile homes on the site, a total of 64 have power connection. The nearby lake Bodomjärvi is popular for a swim.|
|Porvoo Camping Kokonniemi||This complex is located some 34 miles from Helsinki. It offers 40 motorhome parking spaces with available power connection. Additional facilities include a sauna, mini golf, and bike rental. The lively centre of Porvoo can be reached on foot or by bike.|
|Matkailukeskus Lempivaara||This campsite can be reached along the E12 in about an hour drive from Helsinki. The site is surrounded by forests and lakes making it an idyllic spot for camping. Apart from 200 motorhome spaces with power supply, there are also wooden bungalows for rent.|
|Santalahti Resort||With a 83-mile drive, the resort is the furthest one away from Helsinki. It has 120 motorhome spaces with power supply, 70 of which have TV. There are also fishing spots and hiking trails available.|
Auto Euro provides you with a variety of motorhome models available in Helsinki. Take a look at these four sample models. The Compact Plus is an ideal vehicle for two passengers. It is equipped with a WC, shower, kitchen and a comfortable double bed. Although the Luxury model is similar in length, it offers seating and sleeping places for up to four people in the form of two double beds. The vehicle is also equipped with a toilet, shower and kitchen. The Family Standard model provides more place and can accommodate up to four passengers. The motorhome has four sleeping places: one double bed and two single beds. If you are planning a holiday with a larger group of people, you might consider the Family Plus camper. Thanks to two single beds and two double beds, the vehicle can accommodate up to six people. It is also equipped with a shower, kitchen and WC. All models have fresh and waste water tanks.
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There is much to see in the capital of Finland, where over 600,000 people live today. The architecture of the city shows its diversity in buildings in various styles: classicism, functionalism and art nouveau. The city's landmark is the magnificent Helsinki Cathedral at the Senat Square. Other points of interest such as the Senate Building, the university main building, and the oldest stone building in Helsinki, Sederholm House, are all located in the city centre. The Finnish National Library is well worth a visit, likewise is the Finnish Architecture Museum. A significant collection of art works is on display at the Finnish National Gallery. It is divided into different art styles: the Ateneum (mainly works by Finnish artists), the Kiasma (contemporary art) and the Sinebrychoff art museum (European art).
Aleksanterinkatu, a street connecting the Senat Square with the Boulevard Mannerheimintie, is perfect for a leisurely stroll through the city. Another recommendation for a walk is Esplanadi Park, which has regular concerts at the open-air stage. Helsinki boasts a number of city parks, with 30% of its urban area being occupied by forests and parks. An absolute must is Kaivopuisto Park by the sea. Surrounded by villas and embassies, the park is very popular with local people. Pay a visit to the Ursa Observatory, located at the highest point of the park, and head for a coffee or dinner at one of the many eateries and cafés dotted around the park. The Finnish capital city celebrates Helsinki Day on the 12th of June with a free open-air concert in Kaivopuisto Park. Various excursions and ferry trips are available from the port, including the Korkeasaaru Zoo or the Soumenlinna fortress. There are also direct ferry connections to St Petersburg in Russia, Travemünde in Germany, Stockholm in Sweden and Tallinn in Estonia.
You should not limit yourself to the Finnish capital only, especially if you opt for a motorhome hire in Helsinki. With many campsites situated throughout Finland, exploring the country in a motorhome is the ultimate way to see the most of this beautiful country. Experiencing nature, northern lights and fresh air will revitalise your body and soul. Stock up on groceries, book your campsites in advance and begin your adventure in Finland.