Visit Lahti - Lakeland Finland
Lakeland Finland starts here
Have you noticed that when seen from the south, Lahti is the first real lakeside city and Lake Vesijärvi is the most southern body of water in Lakeland Finland? The heart of Lakeland opens up from Vesijärvi through the Vääksy canal: Lake Päijänne, which provides drinking water for one million Finns.
Visit Lahti welcomes you to discover our region! However, during the Covid19 pandemic travelling to Finland is restricted. Practical information about travelling to our country can be found in the site of Visit Finland. The official updated information about the boarder crossing can be found in the site of The Finnish Boarder Guard. The latest updates about the Covid19 situation in Finland can be found in the site of the Finnish institute for health and welfare. More information about the travelling to Finland by plane is available in the site of the national carrier Finnair.
Lahti is very walkable city (also with kids) but there are also rental e-scooters and citybikes and biketaxis for summer season available. Or how about fatbiking, kayaking, cycling, fishing or a lake cruise with lunch onboard?
Lahti is also a traditional sports city whose iconic landmarks are two radio towers and three ski jumps. Lahti region offers lakeviews and urban nature where ever you go – welcome to discover great Finnish architecture, relax on the terraces of local artisan breweries, visit farmers markets or enjoy a wide range of activities in the surrounding of Salpausselkä Geopark area. Within 20 minutes drive from Lahti there are 2 Olympic training centres – Vierumäki and Pajulahti open for active holiday makers.
Travel Sustainably in the Lahti Region
In the Lahti region, you can experience pure and diverse nature sustainably. Taking care of nature and lakes is a goal shared by everyone in our region. Lahti is Finland’s leading city when it comes to environmental issues, a frontrunner in climate work, a pioneer in sustainable and smart solutions and the European Green Capital 2021.Read more