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Vantaa Tourism

Terve! (Hello in Finnish)

The gateway of Finland, Vantaa’s roots go back to the ancient times of the 14th century, when this modest agricultural town then named Helsinge, was given away as an award by the King of Sweden, Magnus II, to the Estonian Padise Monastery monks. Vantaa, from being an insignificant market district bordering Helsinki, Espoo and Kauniainen, grew into an innovative city with a historical twist since 1970s, after the Helsinki Metropolitan Area started its development. The Finnish and Swedish speaking people of Vantaa are traditional and warm, and are welcoming towards foreigners. With a gamut of recreational activities and annual festivals, the fourth largest city in Finland, Vantaa, is a tourists’ paradise.

Terve! (Hello in Finnish)

The gateway of Finland, Vantaa’s roots go back to the ancient times of the 14th century, when this modest agricultural town then named Helsin...

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