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MotoGP™ Race 12 – Grand Prix of Finland

Finland has over 188,000 lakes and around 180,000 islands. There is no scenery more Finnish than a summer cottage by the lake surrounded by emerald green forest. Over 90% of Finland is covered in either forest or water, with nature being a huge part of their identity, and a significant source of wellbeing for millions of Finns.

The Scandanavian country is the home to the cleanest water in the world, something which is a source of national pride for many Finns. Lakeland Finland is the largest of four regions into which the geography of Finland is divided. It is a blue labyrinth of lakes, islands, rivers and canals, interspersed with forests and ridges, stretching hundreds of kilometres in a placid and staggeringly beautiful expanse.

The best way of experiencing the Lakeland is to slow down and try the iconic Finnish triad of cottages, saunas and water. Peace of mind is guaranteed.