Finland

From Lapland to the vibrant capital city of Helsinki, from the lakelands to the coastal areas and the archipelagos, the three EuroVelo routes crossing Finland invite cyclists to discover an amazing country. The beauty of the natural Finnish landscapes, the cultural heritage of its different regions as well as the charm of the little villages and towns along the routes definitively make cycling the ideal way to visit Finland. You have the choice between following the coastline on EuroVelo 10 - Baltic Sea Cycle Route, exploring the wild areas of the Finnish-Russian border on EuroVelo 13 - Iron Curtain Trail or crossing the country in the middle on EuroVelo 11 - East Europe Route!

We do not have an official National EuroVelo Coordination Centre or Coordinator in this country at the moment. To assist people wanting to cycle the EuroVelo routes we have collected the information displayed on this page but please be aware that the ECF is not responsible for this content.

Landelijke Informatie

Outdoors Finland

The website of Outdoors Finland provides useful information about hiking, cycling and canoeing routes and packages in Southern Finland. For every cycle route, the website provides a route description and route facts such as the length, the difficulty and the estimated duration. The website is available in Finnish, English and Swedish.

EuroVelo 13 Finland

Iron Curtain Trail runs largely in sparsely populated areas in Finland. This poses special challenges because cyclists, like any other activity travelers, are in need of the basic services of accommodation and food. The EuroVelo 13 Finland blog provides useful information to the travelers.

Bed & Bike

Find information about cycle friendly accommodation in Finland along EuroVelo 10 - Baltic Sea Cycle Route and EuroVelo 13 - Iron Curtain Trail in Kotka-Hamina Region.