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Tampere Helsinki Stockholm Riga 1 h Bremen 2 h Budapest


3 h Malaga


Destination Tampere Region – Full of culture, next to nature Lovely lakeland


Tampere is a vibrant lakeland city. There are 200 beautiful lakes, where you can paddle, fish, cruise or swim. Nature is an essential part of the cityscape in Tampere: the lakeside starts from the city centre, and so do the forests. Nature is close every- where you turn, and it effects the residents – happy outdoor people live here!


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Tampere offers globally interesting settings for conferences and corporate events, as well as for large-scale sports and cultural events. 4 million event-goers visit Tampere each year and that number is set to rise in 2021, with the completion of Finland’s largest multipurpose arena. Tampere is also applying to become the European Capital of Culture 2026.


www.visittampere.fi @FlyTampere


Calming countryside


Half an hour’s drive from Tampere and you are in the beautiful and peaceful Finnish countryside. Enjoy the tranquil woods, glistening waters and fresh forest berries of Hämeen- kyrö, go on an active adventure on Sastamala’s Devil’s Mountain, or wonder at the unique exhibitions in the award- winning Serlachius Museums in Mänttä-Vilppula.


Photo: Magomed Shapiev


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